Other Research Opportunities
Emory Undergraduate Research Journal (EURJ)
EURJ chronicles the research achievements of Emory University undergraduates. In addition, the Journal provides insight on research opportunities, events, and issues affecting research at Emory and beyond. EURJ is a multi-discipline journal and accepts material from any area of interest as long as it meets the standards set forth by the Journal.advice on research, as well as subject guides for researching in different course areas.
This office helps students connect and sequence service activities, internships, federal work-study, course work, and research grants and experiences in ways that make the most of their skills and the most sense for their career aspirations—all while meeting the needs of the Atlanta community. The OUCP also offers research grants for faculty. For more information about these programs, visit the website or call 404.712.9893.
The Center for International Programs Abroad (CIPA) sponsors a variety of education and service-learning programs of varying lengths from summer study, one semester, or year-long programs.
The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory, advances peace and health worldwide. Under the leadership of former President Jimmy Carter, a University Distinguished Professor, and Rosalynn Carter, the center brings to campus a wide range of international scholars and world leaders. The Jimmy Carter Library and Museum contains more than twenty-seven million documents, photographs, films, and mementos of the Carter Presidency.
In recent years the study of Tibetan civilization has gained strength at Emory.
During a visit to Emory in 1998, His Holiness the Dalai Lama signed an agreement with then-Emory President William M. Chace to work toward furthering educational links between the University and institutions of higher learning operated by the Tibetan government in exile in India.
The developing program includes study abroad in Dharamsala, a student exchange, ongoing courses and research in Tibetan culture and philosophy, and an exchange between students and faculty.
October is Tibetan Awareness Month featuring events on various aspects of Tibetan culture.
Students interested in the study of Tibet and activities related to Tibet should contact the Asian Studies Program at 404.727.6280.