Development at Emory

Visit the following sites for more information about how Emory University and related partners are advancing the study of international development.

The Carter CenterThe Carter Center in partnership with Emory University, is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering; it seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.
Center for Safe WaterThe Center for Global Safe Water conducts applied research, evaluation, and training to promote global health equity through universal access to safe water.
Halle Institute for Global LearningThe Claus M. Halle Institute for Global Learning is committed to strengthening faculty distinction and engaging local and global communities.
Emory Center for AIDS ResearchThe Emory Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) facilitates the conduct of scientifically rigorous basic, clinical, translational, and behavioral research in HIV/AIDS and connects HIV/AIDS researchers within and across scientific fields. 
Emory Institute for Drug DiscoveryThe Emory Institute for Drug Discovery carries out pre-clinical drug research aimed at developing small-molecule therapeutics. The Center focuses on commercially neglected diseases, global health partnerships, mentored research, and multidisciplinary interactions both within and outside Emory.
Global Health InstituteThe Global Health Institute is committed to advancing Emory University’s efforts to improve health around the world.
Emory Program in Development StudiesThe Emory Program in Development Studies fosters an interdisciplinary and integrative approach to rights-based development by giving students and faculty the opportunity to engage in development study and practice outside of the university, in the larger Atlanta community and abroad.
Emory Institute of Human RightsThe Institute of African Studies offers a community of scholars and a lively focus of activity to persons interested in Africa. It has core faculty members drawn from the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Law and the School of Public Health and the Institute of Developing Nations.
Emory Institute of Human RightsThe Institute of Human Rights seeks to advance the cause of human rights through educational, research and community awareness programs.
Emory Institute of Human RightsSince its inception the Interfaith Health Program has worked to build the capacity for collaboration among faith groups and with other community assets such as religious health systems and public health entities.
ISSPThe International Student Scholar Programs promotes global education through services and support for the international community at Emory and beyond.
Sustainability Films for the Social Sciences The Lillian Carter Center for International Nursing works to improve of the health of vulnerable people worldwide through nursing education, research, practice, and policy. 
Emory Master's in Development Practice ProgramThe Master's in Development Practice program is graduate training for a new generation of development experts combing classroom study with field experiences in a range of disciplines, including agriculture, policy, health, engineering, management, environmental science, education and nutrition.
Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives (GSI)The Office of Global Strategy and Initiatives (GSI) works in partnership with deans, directors, and faculty to develop and support international initiatives and strategic planning.