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Emory University is a welcoming, diverse and inclusive campus. "We want students to explore their identities," says Michael Shutt, director of the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Life that's now marking its 20th anniversary. The university recently received a five-star rating in the latest LGBT Friendly Campus Climate Index -- the highest possible ranking and the only school in the Southeast to achieve that rank.

And LGBT life is just one aspect of the diversity that is welcomed and celebrated by our community. We invite you to explore the many avenues for individual expression on our inclusive campus.

Undergraduate admission: Diversity | Diversity at Emory | Office of Community and Diversity | Presidential Commissions

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Emory University researchers received $539.7 million from external funding agencies in fiscal year 2011 for projects ranging from AIDS vaccine potential to math and science education improvements. Emory's research funding has increased by more than 52 percent over the past five years.

"We are extremely proud of our excellent faculty researchers," says Emory President James Wagner. "Their pursuit of discoveries that will benefit all of society, and their dedication to training and educating the next generation of scientists and scholars, continues to make Emory a national leader among research universities."

Points of Pride: Breakthrough research | Dissertations: Academics in action | Faculty books | News releases

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Emory's Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library has a new collecting focus, African Americans in sports. The collection brings to light the effect athletes and others in the sports world had on the civil rights movement and their struggle to be recognized for their achievements. This new focus was inspired by a gift from the family of the late W. Clyde "Doc" Partin Sr., an alumnus and a beloved Emory figure for more than a half-century. His family donated his collection of essays about baseball Hall of Famers Earle Combs, Frank Robinson, Babe Ruth and others, as well as posters, documents, signed baseballs, and a large collection of books about African American athletes.

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