As Emory University and Candler School of Theology transition to remote learning for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester, we are mindful of the importance of taking active measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 and mitigate the risk to vulnerable populations. Therefore, all public events are also being canceled or moved online. A list of events affected is below. Continue to visit to learn about any events that are being rescheduled for a later date.

  • March 17: Panel discussion, “Remembrance and Repair: Confronting Legacies of Lynching in Metro Atlanta”: Canceled
  • March 19: Anna Julia Cooper Lecture, “Colored Orneriness as Critical Companion in U.S. Democracy,” with Emilie M. Townes: Canceled. This event is being rescheduled for the fall.
  • March 19: Admitted Student Day: Moved online.
  • March 25: Dean’s Lecture, “Leaders Lead: The ABCs (and Es, Fs, and Gs),” with Margaret Grun Kibben: Canceled
  • March 31: McDonald Lecture, “Christ on the Border: Retrieving a Dangerous Memory,” with Roberto S. Goizueta: Canceled
  • April 2: Eiesland Lecture, “Learning to See: Disability, Friendship, and the Christian Life,” with Miguel J. Romero: Canceled
  • April 16: Catherine of Siena Lecture, “Seeking Wholeness in an Age of Fragments,” with Ilia Delio: Canceled
  • April 20: Candler All-Choir Concert: Canceled

Read coronavirus updates from Emory here.