The Darrell Stokes award recognizes a Biology major who has made significant contributions to the Department of Biology and the broader Emory Community. The winner, Amulya Marellapudi, served the Biology Department as an intro bio TA for multiple semesters, where she was recognized as an excellent TA by both students and professors. During her Emory career, she was deeply involved in both research and service related to public health and health disparities. Most notably, her research at the School of Public Health has already led to a first author publication and a co-author publication. Further, she served as President of Emory Remote Area Medical and was the Director of Finance of Emory’s American Mock World Health Organization.
- Emory’s Arts and Social Justice (ASJ) Fellows and Biology Faculty to present projects on Dec. 6
- Eladio Abreu: Mentoring and the power of presence video
- Human physiology students attended the first in-person Artistic Office Hour
- Celebration of Faculty Eminence:
- New class “Human Flourishing: Imagine a Just City,” led by Emory biology professor Micaela Martinez and comedian David Perdue uses art to teach social justice
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