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Spring 2018 events

From Counterculture to Fragmented Utopia in Authoritarian BrazilTuesday, March 20, 2018 | 4:00 p.m.Modern Languages Building 201Reception to follo...

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Global Engagement Map documents faculty activity abroad

The Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives (GSI) has launched a new global engagement map documenting the breadth of faculty expertise and engageme...

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2017 Call for Proposals: FAPESP-SPRINT Projects

Emory’s Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives and the Halle Institute for Global Learning, through the Brazil Initiative, encourage Emory faculty with current or potential faculty connections with Brazilian universities in the state of São Paulo to apply for the next round of funding.

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Sociology announces Culture and China hire

Dr. Bin Xu will be joining Emory’s Department of Sociology in August as an assistant professor in a position made possible by the Confucius Inst...

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China-focused events throughout October

Throughout October, Emory's Halle Institute for Global Learning and Confucius Institute in Atlanta will co-host a series of China-focused events with ...

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India

Emory has a unique program connected to India through the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative that brings together Eastern and Western scientific approache...

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Nomination criteria for the International Awards

Nominations for the 2018 international awards are due June 22, 2018....

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Brazil

Emory's engagement with Brazil

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China

the number of Chinese students at Emory has more than tripled over five years

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South Korea

Emory’s engagement with South Korea dates back to 1893 when Korean educator and activist Yun Chi-ho attended the university as Emory’s fir...

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China at a glance

Language, calendar, culture, and more

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Ethiopia

Thirty two Emory faculty work on issues relating to Ethiopia, making it a top destination (fifth) for Emory faculty, with over 100 faculty trips each ...

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Brazil at a glance

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Korea at a glance

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India at a glance

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Ethiopia at a glance

Ethiopia is investing in national programs to improve food security and expand access to education and health care. With more than 50 faculty members ...

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April 2016 events at The Halle Institute

lectures, funding opportunities, and more

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Strengthening the ties between Emory and India

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Afghan ambassador visits Emory, speaks to students

His Excellency Dr. Hamdullah Mohib, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and his wife, Mrs. Lael Mohib, visited Emory University on Wedn...

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Summer 2016 events at The Halle Insitute

Virtual Possibilities: Integrating Technology in Language Learning and Teaching American Association of Teachers of Korean, 21st Annual Conferenc...

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High hopes for 2016 international graduates

On Friday, May 6, 2016, the Office of International Student Life and the Emory Alumni Association presented the 2nd Annual International Graduation Re...

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Fall 2016 events

Previous events U.S. China Relations: After the 2016 Presidential Election Thursday, August 25, 2016 | 4:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. The Carter Cent...

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Emory announces inaugural Brazil Week

This coming September 19 – 23 will mark Emory University’s first annual Brazil Week, a celebration of Emory’s engagement with Brazil...

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Fulbright Emory Distinguished Chair in Brazilian Studies

“Brazil in Transnational Perspective” January-May, 2019 Fulbright Emory Distinguished Chair in Brazilian Studies...

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Call for Proposals: FAPESP-SPRINT 2016

Emory’s Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives and the Halle Institute for Global Learning, through the Brazil Initiative, encourage Emory faculty with current or potential faculty connections with Brazilian universities in the state of São Paulo to apply for the next round of funding.

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International Education Week 2016

Join us for a university-wide celebration of Emory's commitment to international education, November 14 - 18, 2016....

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Emory announces international award winners

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Global internship program takes liberal arts into the workplace

In fall of 2015, the Office of International and Summer Programs (OISP) in Emory College of Arts and Sciences began recruiting applicants for a new global internship program placing students with companies in Toronto, Hong Kong, and Singapore for a summer of intense work and learning.

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Understanding Emory's country initiatives

A message from Vice Provost Philip Wainwright...

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Nonresident tax update

Emory University continues to expand its reputation as a globally engaged institution and benefits from interactions with visitors from all over the world. Oftentimes it is appropriate to provide travel reimbursements, honoraria, and other payments to them.

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International Education Week 2015

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Spring 2017 events

"Uncertain Correspondence: What Vladimir Putin Can Teach Us About Donald Trump", a lecture by Masha Gessen Wednesday, April 26 | Time TBA White ...

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From immigrant health to disability law, faculty exchanges broaden perspectives

By Erin Crews...

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Information session for Emory community members impacted by Jan 27 executive order

For the latest updates on the January 27 executive order on immigration, please visit International Student and Scholar Services....

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Chance connections foster research collaborations

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Diplomat and journalist headline India Week

Ambassador Arun Singh, 2017 Halle Distinguished Fellow, returns to Emory for India Week 2017. Ambassador Singh served in India's foreign service for o...

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Border Crossing with Pamela Scully, the historian who wandered into the present

Pamela Scully, professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies and African Studies, assistant vice provost for academic innovation, and dire...

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Border Crossing with Venkat Narayan, the doctor interested in everything

K.M. Venkat Narayan, MD, MSc, and MBA, moves across disciplinary borders with the same fluidity with which he has traveled the world. Former chief of ...

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Emory-Yonsei partnership strengthens faculty collaboration, provides funding opportunities

Emory University School of Medicine investigators for "Molecular Characterization and Treatment of Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma (HNSCC) Patie...

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Fall 2017 events

Resistance and Memory: A Film Series about the Civil-Military Dictatorship in Brazil The Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Lati...

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Everyday vigilance in support of Emory's international travelers

If you've just returned from a trip and start noticing you have a cough, going straight to Emory Healthcare's TravelWell Center at Emory University Ho...

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Dr. Abebe Gebremariam named In-Country Coordinator for Ethiopia

GSI welcomes Dr. Abebe Gebremariam, project director and co-principal investigator for the Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia Partnership (MaNHEP...

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Ethiopian visitors observe latest LINAC techniques

This October, the Department of Radiation Oncology at the Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, with the support of Winship and the Office of ...

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2017 International Awards honor epidemiologist, humanitarian, and law school dean

Epidemiologist Dr. K.M. Venkat Narayan, humanitarian and medical student Kwadwo Sarpong, and law school administrator Jessica Dworkin are the 2017 rec...

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Celebrating Brazil: Brazil Week and 2017-2018 Brazilian Film Series

The Halle Institute for Global Research and Learning sponsored Emory's second annual Brazil Week, September 25-29, 2017, with exciting events held acr...

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VIDEO: The 2017 Sheth Lecture in Indian Studies

On September 24th, the Halle Institute convened the 17th annual Sheth Lecture in Indian Studies. This year's speaker was trendsetting journalist T.N. ...

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Border Crossing with Dabney Evans, integrating health and human rights

Dabney P. Evans, assistant professor in the Hubert Department of Global Health in the Rollins School of Public Health, director of the Center for Huma...

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Border Crossing with Peter Little, bringing politics and ecology to anthropology

Peter Little, Samuel Candler Dobbs professor of anthropology and director of the Emory Program in Global Development Studies, was one of the first ant...

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International collaborations: Best practices and common pitfalls

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