Just over a century ago, O. Wayne Rollins was born in a simple two-bedroom house in rural Northwest Georgia. His mother, Claudia Nance Rollins, impressed upon him and his younger brother, John, that they could achieve anything through honesty, integrity, and hard work. Long after the brothers founded several companies and became Emory benefactors, they continued to heed their mother’s advice. Read More >
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A model mentor
Room to Grow
The commitment of the Rollins family and many others gives rise to a new era in public health at Emory.
The Hubert family believes that improving health worldwide begins at Rollins.
The Center for Global Safe Water is helping make aid sustainable.
Preparing Engaged Leaders
Scholarships help students follow diverse paths to improve health.
Connections Do Matter
Alumni put their public health skills to work for Campaign Emory.
One Professor's Legacy
Michael Kutner's gift recognizes top talent in biostatistics.
Generosity at Home
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