Support Our Scholars

The majority of our faculty are part of the School of Medicine, which has experienced incredible growth in the past two decades. Trends in NIH funding rank us among the fastest growing medical centers in the United States. Nationally, over the past ten years Emory typically has ranked 16th or 17th among medical schools that receive NIH research dollars. Emory has also ranked at or near the top of institutions for students with NIH predoctoral fellowships. Emory continues its rapid growth in research funding and the Graduate Division continues to grow as well. The Graduate Division provides unique opportunities for students who may choose to work with researchers from the American Cancer Society, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Rollins School of Public Health, Yerkes National Primate Research Center, and Winship Cancer Institute. We are committed to providing superior doctoral training to the best and brightest students in science. An important part of this effort is ensuring that the Division has adequate funds to meet the goals of enhanced student support, academic priorities, and innovative programs. In order to continue to attract the best graduate students to Emory University the Graduate Division needs to identify additional funding sources for student support.

Several opportunities exist for those who would like to make a contribution toward graduate education. These include:

  • Endowed Honor Graduate Fellowship
  • Endowed Graduate Fellowship
  • Graduate Teaching Fellowship
  • Career Development Program
  • Graduate Division Travel Award
  • Graduate Division Targeted Research Award
  • Lectureship

For more information on these exciting new initiatives please contact Katie Busch, Assistant Dean of Development and Alumni Relations, at 404-727-1521 / or Robin Harpak, Director of Development and Alumni Relations, at 404-712-9341 /