Th 04/07: Indigenous Language Path Engagement – Oxford Students Session

The Emory community is invited to learn about and provide input into a university-wide project to develop physical reminders and rituals on Emory’s Oxford and Atlanta campuses to honor Muscogee language and knowledge as the indigenous language and knowledge of this land. To get started on the process toward the Path, will be a series of open engagement sessions with the Native-led consulting firm Kauffman Associates, Inc. (KAI). The second session is for Oxford students on that campus and will be accompanied with lunch.

RSVP is required. All events are in-person encouraged, but there is also a Zoom option if needed. RSVP for in-person here or zoom here.

Time: Thursday, April 7, 2022, 12:00-1:30pm

Place: Oxford Campus, Dean’s Dining Room

To learn more about the Indigenous Language Path, please visit:

Please note that additional engagement opportunities are being planned for the Fall 2022 semester.

With questions, please contact religiouslife [at] emory [dot] edu.


W 04/06: NPHW Keynote – Indigenous Teachings: Lessons for Public Health with Dr. Victoria O’Keeffe

In celebration of National Public Health Week 2022:

The Native American and Indigenous Studies Initiative, Rollins School of Public Health, and Native American Student Association welcome Dr. Victoria O’Keeffe, PhD, Mathuram Sanrosham Chair in Native American Health at Johns Hopkins University to present: Indigenous Teachings: Lessons for Public Health

Time: Wednesday, April 6th, 2022 at 4:30PM EST

Place: In-person at the Emory Student Center (ESC) in Multipurpose Rooms 5-6