Posts Tagged: undergraduate research

Guest Contributor: Archival Adventures in Leipzig

Currey Seminar Awardee Mallory Carnes traveled to Leipzig, Germany in May 2016 to study the German Protestant hymn “Herzliebster Jesu.” Thursday, May 12, 2016 Today was my sixth day in Leipzig, Germany and my second-to-last day working in the Leipziger Stadtbibliothek (Leipzig Municipal Library). I’ve had an amazing trip so far and am so glad that…

Apply now for undergraduate research prizes

Applications are now being accepted for the Rackoff and Schuchard undergraduate research prizes! Prizes will be awarded through the generosity of the Betsy and Wayne Rackoff Fund. Dr. Wayne Rackoff (75C), vice president of clinical oncology at Janssen Research & Development (a Johnson & Johnson company), was among the first generation of Emory students in…

Guest Contributor: Currey Seminar student reflects on his travels in Bali

Ryan Sutherland is a senior majoring in music performance (ethnomusicology) and biology and a participant in the 2015 Bradley Currey, Jr., Seminar, a Rose Library program which supports undergraduate research using primary sources. Ryan conducted ethnomusicological field research with students from Northern Illinois University in Baturiti, Bali, Indonesia, for the purpose of completing an undergraduate…