Browse through our video collection to find out more about the development and implementation of the QEP. Make sure to check out the first set of Evidence at Emory videos, part of first-year student orientation!
Dr. Tracy Scott, Director of the QEP, shares the origins of her personal interest in evidence and the importance of evidence in school and in life in general.
Sally Radell and members of the Emory Dance Company demonstrate the importance of recognizing the evidence in your body, especially through the breath.
Dr. Daniel LaChance discusses the role of evidence in the legal system compared to academia.
Dr. Marjorie Pak discusses how evidence helps us solve problems and answer questions about how we understand language.
Dr. Scott Lilienfeld talks about confirmation bias, tunnel vision, and using evidence to evaluate the world around us.
Dr. Anthony Martin and Dorothy Stearns (16C) discuss how to interpret behavior you did not see through observations of evidence in Lullwater Park.
Dr. Carol Anderson and Matt Zhang (17B) explore some newly uncovered evidence regarding the role of the World Bank in the 1950's.
Dr. Sarah McPhee discusses the use of a special set of evidence in Art History (a map made by Giovanni Battista Falda in 1676 ) to recreate Ancient Rome in a virtual gaming platform.
Dr. Eric Weeks and Janna Lowensohn (15C) talk about the role of evidence in physics research at Emory
Dr. Tracy Scott, Director of Emory's QEP in the Implementation Phase, discusses the importance of primary evidence in the structure of the new Quality Enhancement Plan for Undergraduates.
Dr. Pamela Scully, Director of Emory's QEP in the Development Phase, introduces The Nature of Evidence as Emory's QEP Topic. Our goal is to make an encounter with evidence—whether an original manuscript, a pottery shard, or a genetic chain—a part of every Emory student's education.
Video of our first Evidence Town Hall on October 14th, 2015. The topic was "Evidence, Authority, and the Flat Earth Hoax."