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Decisions, Decisions

Emory researchers convene at the intersection of neurobiology, psychology, and economics to learn about human decision making. Read more

Winter 2009 Online Exclusives

David Tafuri in Iraq
Of Note Umberto Eco at Emory
Desk of Atticus Haygood

Please— Keep the Cow

The current economic downturn is hardly the first time Emory has faced the need for creativity and courage, persevering through lean times.

‛Really Hard Times’ Jake Ward remembers Depression-era Emory

Making Emory Possible Emory Advantage reaches middle-income students

More Features


The Business Man

For more than two decades, Rick Rieder 83B has proven his worth on Wall Street.

Also: His take on the economy


Your Questions, Answered

We asked readers to submit their most pressing questions about the economy. A panel of financial experts from Goizueta Business School answered the challenge.

Campaign Emory Update


Major gifts push Emory closer to goal

Campaign Emory’s commitment to raise $1.6 billion to promote positive transformation in the world remains strong even in these economic times.

Donor support bolsters research, scholarships, and patient care

Donor profile: Robert and Miriam Lovett


Girl with a dollar bill on her mind -- literally

The Case against Money Laundering

This morning I found a dollar in the dryer.

A stowaway tossed from a blue jean pocket, it was huddled in the bottom of the machine along with the mismatched socks, a couple of rocks, and a lonely paper clip. More



From our readers

“What a cover! They both look like angels.”—John Ingersoll, Former senior associate vice president, Emory University, Atlanta

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At the Inauguration

Taharee Jackson standing on the Mall in Washington holding an American flag

High Hopes

Taharee Jackson 10PhD traveled to Washington, D.C., to see President Barack Obama’s inauguration. “I couldn’t help but feel overjoyed,” she says. Photo by Keisha Green 11PhD.

Register Los Angeles alumni clean up the beach during Emory Cares

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