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Graduate University Scholar Matthew Reale-Hatem joins panel on “Aquaculture in the Global Food System: Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Growth”

Matthew Reale-Hatem is a graduate student in the interdisciplinary University Program in Environmental Policy, focusing on environmental economics. As part of the Oceans@Duke interdisciplinary group, including faculty and students from the sciences, law, and...

USP Spring Symposium: After the Storm Passes

After the Storm Passes Saturday, February 26th, 9:30 am–1:00 pm Field Auditorium Grainger Hall   9:30 am Coffee/Tea – Welcome and Introduction 9:35 am PANEL 1 – HOW DO NATIONS/INSTITUTIONS RESPOND? 9:35-9:45 am Renata...

USP Class of 2025

Class of 2025

Zachary Berens Hometown: Salt Lake City, Utah Major: Mathematics     Idiris Egal Hometown: Dorchester, Massachusetts Major: Undeclared     Bianca Ingram Hometown: Palm Bay, Florida Major: Undeclared     Zeinab Mukhtar Hometown: Arlington,...

USP Spring Symposium: Wicked Problems/Wicked Solutions

Wicked Problems/Wicked Solutions Saturday, March 13, 9:10 am – 1:45 pm Duke Zoom 9:10 am: Introductions 9:15 am:  Panel 1 Environment 9:15-9:25 am:    Brandie Quarles “Plants, Climate Change, and a Leap of Faith” 9:25-10:10...

USP Class of 2024

Class of 2024

Colby Cheshire Hometown: Baytown, Texas Majors: Biology and French Colby is interested in genetics and evolutionary biology and in languages and literatures.  He is double majoring in Biology and French and will be studying...

Class of 2023

Nadia Bey Hometown: Huntersville, North Carolina Majors: Biology and Global Health Minor: Computational Biology & Bioinformatics Nadia’s primary interests are public health, journalism, biology and policy. On campus, she is involved with The Chronicle,...

Class of 2022

Sude Almus Hometown: Sugar Land, Texas Major: Statistical Science     Keren Amkraut Hometown: Berkeley Heights, New Jersey Majors: Neuroscience, English Minor: Chemistry Keren is a double major in Neuroscience and English and has...