Two international researchers have each been awarded a Novo Nordisk Foundation Laureate Research Grant of DKK 40 million (€ 5.36 million). The two professors will now move their research to University of Copenhagen.
Emory University Student Government Association
The Student Government Association Executive Board condemns the reprehensible act of bigotry carried out against the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, the Jewish community, and the entire Emory community. The individuals responsible have sickened us. Emory students engage in conversations about…
SBA Awards Grants to 20 Universities and Organizations
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Small Business Administration has granted $100,000 awards for FY 2015 to 20 state and local economic development agencies, business development centers, and colleges and universities to support programs for innovative, technology-driven small businesses under SBA’s Federal and State Technology (FAST) Partnership Program. FAST is designed to stimulate economic development with …
These Jimmy Carter Speeches Show Why He Was a Radical President
Carter's forgotten legacy: his radical speeches while in office. We've shifted so far to the right that it's astounding to recall that a sitting president talked like this.
Carter Mario Law Firm Pledges $10,000 in Grants
Milford Patch (Milford, CT) January 4, 2012 "In an effort to help alleviate the cost of college tuition and better educate young people o...
How Emory University Is Getting Students To Ask The Big Questions
"We want to help students better understand themselves and the world that they are in."
Why Grant Became President
Dr. Joan Waugh from the Historical Presidency Series
Carter Makes Final 10 for Senior CLASS Award
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Twenty NCAA® men's and women's basketball student-athletes who excel both on and off the court were selected as finalists today for the 2017-18 Senior CLASS Award® in collegiate basketball. To be eligible for the award, student-athletes must be classified as NCAA Division I seniors and have notable achievements in four areas of excellence: community, classroom, character and competition. The complete list of finalists follows this release.
How To Reduce College Costs with Grants
Scholarships are financial awards given to students who meet various criteria, while grants are disbursed to help cover costs related to a specific purpose.
Former President Jimmy Carter on service and how the presidency has changed
At 93 years old, Jimmy Carter is still actively finding ways to serve his country by building homes with Habitat for Humanity
Tenure is disappearing. But it’s what made American universities the best in the world.
Lots of people are attacking tenure these days. A professor at Tufts argue it has been essential to academic freedom.
20 photos of US presidents at the beginning and end of their White House tenure
The Angle: How President Jimmy Carter Diversified America’s Court Benches
His reshaping of who gets to interpret the Constitution is one of the greatest, longest-lasting, and most unheralded achievements in presidential history.
Report: Only 10 Vaquita Remain, May Not Survive President Obrador’s Tenure
Jimmy Carter Says There Should Be Age Limit For Presidents
Carter: Should Maryland Governor Larry Hogan run for President?
The rumors are running rampant. Is Larry Hogan, Maryland’s first two-term Republican governor since the 1950s considering mounting a primary to challenge to President Donald Trump in 2020?
President Jimmy Carter's amazing last wish
President Jimmy Carter has spent the last 30 years waging a war to eradicate guinea worm — a battle he wants to finish.
Emory University to Pay for '100 Percent' of Undocumented Students' Financial Aid
Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, has announced that they will fund '100 percent' of financial aid for students that are in the country illegally.
Why Obama — and every president since Carter — failed to transform the Middle East
"We are not a people to whom and nation to which limits don’t apply." —Andrew Bacevich
How President Jimmy Carter Wants to Be Remembered
What will historians say about former President Jimmy Carter 100 years from now? According to the 39th president, he hopes when people think of him, the words “peace and human rights” come to mind. That’s what he told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos when asked what he’d want to be remembered for...