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Trinity Kronk: Future physician broadens her horizons through undergraduate research
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A chance meeting on a plane led Emory College student Trinity Kronk to a research project that expanded her career path and could contribute to a better understanding of the drugs needed to treat high blood pressure.

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Trinity Kronk: Future physician broadens her horizons through undergraduate research

Trinity Kronk: Future physician broadens her horizons through undergraduate researchREAD MORE >>

Harry Rusche retires this year after 54 years of teaching, never wavering in finding new ways to link his love of language to his drive to inspire students.

Harry Rusche retires this year after 54 years of teaching, never wavering in finding new ways to link his love of language to his drive to inspire students.READ MORE >>

As James Roark (center), Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of American History, steps down after 33 years at Emory College, young alumni have endowed an award in his honor to fund student research.

As James Roark (center), Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of American History, steps down after 33 years at Emory College, young alumni have endowed an award in his honor to fund student research.READ MORE >>

Naomi Maisel wins McMullan Award for bringing people to the table

Naomi Maisel wins McMullan Award for bringing people to the tableREAD MORE >>

Nowmee Shehab is the 2016 recipient of Emory's highest student honor, the Marion Luther Brittain Award.

Nowmee Shehab is the 2016 recipient of Emory's highest student honor, the Marion Luther Brittain Award.READ MORE >>

Three Emory College faculty named to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Three Emory College faculty named to American Academy of Arts and SciencesREAD MORE >>

Research led by biology professor Steven L'Hernault establishes a connection between fertilization in nematodes and mammals. The conclusion provides new insights into the basic underpinnings of fertility that could eventually lead to oral contraceptives for men.

Research led by biology professor Steven L'Hernault establishes a connection between fertilization in nematodes and mammals. The conclusion provides new insights into the basic underpinnings of fertility that could eventually lead to oral contraceptives for men. READ MORE >>