Giving Opportunities at the James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies

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Lisa A. Tedesco
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Graduate Studies
Dean, James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
Professor, Rollins School of Public Health

At the Laney Graduate School, the professional development of our students is a keystone of the graduate experience. With support from our partners and annual gifts, we are developing an integrated set of resources that prepare our students for success in a broad range of careers.

  • --The Jones Program in Ethics honors legendary golfer Bobby Jones with programming that provides students with a cross-disciplinary introduction to ethics for their research, training, and careers.

  • --The Three Minute Thesis Competition challenges students to explain their research topic and its significance to the general public in three minutes or less. The competition is judged by a diverse panel of professionals with a wide range of expertise.

  • --The Pathways Beyond the Professoriate speaker series connects Emory alumni to students for conversations about their successes in using their degrees in careers beyond the professoriate.

At the Laney Graduate School, we expect our graduate students to discover the unexpected, create knowledge, and go forth as leaders in their fields. In turn, we are committed to providing students the resources they need to succeed at Emory and beyond. We are grateful for your support.

Lisa A. Tedesco
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, Graduate Studies
Dean, James T. Laney School of Graduate Studies
Professor, Rollins School of Public Health

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