Lisa A. Tedesco
As part of a world-class research university, graduate students are involved in nearly every area of research at Emory, from the humanities to the biomedical sciences. At the Laney Graduate School, the professional development of students is a keystone of the graduate experience. Laney Graduate School is committed to providing an integrated set of resources to prepare students for success in any career.
Annual gifts support programs that deepen the professional development of graduate students. Pathways Beyond the Professoriate helps students see how the skills honed in graduate school apply in a wide variety of settings inside and outside the academy. The Digital Scholarship Commons provides project management support to faculty and graduate students working on multidisciplinary projects. The Grant Writing Program trains students to address every stage of grant proposal writing: developing fundable projects, presenting projects in persuasive ways, and tailoring proposals to specific funders.
At the Laney Graduate School, we expect our students to discover the unexpected, create knowledge, and graduate from Emory as leaders in their fields. Your support is more important than ever. Ongoing annual gifts strengthen our ability to provide students with the foundation they need to succeed. Thank you for being a friend to the Laney Graduate School and for your dedication to graduate education.
Lisa A. Tedesco
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Graduate Studies
Dean, James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
Professor, Rollins School of Public Health
Visit www.graduateschool.emory.edu to learn more about the James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies.