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Propose a Collaboratory for Research on Immigration or Science, Technology, and Ethics

Propose a Collaboratory for Research on Immigration or Science, Technology, and Ethics

Deadline: January 24, 2020 Overview Through funds from Together Duke, the Provost has established a funding program to support groups of faculty whose engaged research targets selected societal challenges in alignment with Duke’s strategic priorities. After the first two cycles in which we supported research on the themes of Energy and Water Resources; Race, Religion, […]

Bass Connections Invites Proposals for Project Teams in 2020-2021

Bass Connections Invites Proposals for Project Teams in 2020-2021

Deadline: November 4, 2019 Bass Connections is now accepting proposals for 2020-2021 projects that engage faculty, undergraduates and graduate/professional students in the interdisciplinary exploration of complex societal challenges. Please see the project proposal guidelines. The deadline to propose a project is November 4 at 5:00 p.m. Projects may be proposed in relation to one or […]

Propose a Story+ Humanities Research Project for Summer 2020

Propose a Story+ Humanities Research Project for Summer 2020

Deadline: November 4, 2019 About the Program Story+ is a six-week summer program that immerses interdisciplinary teams of students, faculty, and staff in humanities research and public storytelling. Story+ promotes inquiry-based learning and vertically-integrated collaboration through projects that may be driven by archival research, oral history, textual analysis, visual analysis, cultural criticism, or other humanistic […]

Faculty Fellows Program Will Support Design of Collaborative Project Courses

Faculty Fellows Program Will Support Design of Collaborative Project Courses

Deadline: October 15, 2019 Duke Learning Innovation, in partnership with Bass Connections, is launching a new Faculty Fellows program to support faculty interested in designing Collaborative Project Courses (including redesigning existing courses). Participating faculty will receive $5,000; support and guidance from pedagogy experts and faculty experienced in this form of teaching; and the opportunity to […]