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From Rome to Rio, These Students Enhanced Their Doctoral Training with GSTEG Funding

From Rome to Rio, These Students Enhanced Their Doctoral Training with GSTEG Funding

Background Together Duke, the university’s strategic plan, includes a goal to provide a transformative educational experience for all students and sets forth increased opportunities for graduate and professional school students to prepare for a wide array of career options. Duke’s Graduate Student Training Enhancement Grants (GSTEG) program supports doctoral and master’s students to stretch beyond […]

How Six Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Groups Used Their D-SIGN Grants in 2018-19

How Six Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Groups Used Their D-SIGN Grants in 2018-19

Background Together Duke, the university’s 2017 academic strategic plan, includes a goal to provide a transformative educational experience for all students and sets forth increased opportunities for graduate and professional school students to prepare for a wide array of career options. One of these opportunities is Duke Support for Interdisciplinary Graduate Networks (D-SIGN). By enabling […]

Franklin Humanities Institute Invites Collaborators for World Arts Series

Franklin Humanities Institute Invites Collaborators for World Arts Series

For the 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 academic years, the Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI) has selected the theme of World Arts. The World Arts series explores the world-making potential of the arts and the ways in which worlds are imagined within them. Events and working groups will examine the way in which the arts and humanities have been conceptualized with an expanded world view, […]

Kenan Institute Awards Fellowships to Five Graduate Students for Anthropocene Research

Kenan Institute Awards Fellowships to Five Graduate Students for Anthropocene Research

Each summer, the Luce-funded grant Facing the Anthropocene supports five graduate and professional students as they undertake research related to the Anthropocene. The Farm Fellowship supports graduate and professional students undertaking research that relates in some way to the Duke Campus Farm. The Anthropocene Graduate Fellowship supports Ph.D. students who wish to integrate Anthropocene themes […]

Duke Welcomes Collaborators to Humanities Unbounded Initiative

Duke Welcomes Collaborators to Humanities Unbounded Initiative

Six visiting scholars representing liberal arts institutions, historically black colleges and universities (HBCU), and Durham Technical Community College will arrive at Duke this summer to collaborate with faculty as part of an innovative humanities initiative. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-funded Humanities Unbounded is designed to nurture collaboration and inventive expressions of the humanities at Duke […]

Humanities Research Comes to Life at the Story+ Symposium on June 26

Humanities Research Comes to Life at the Story+ Symposium on June 26

All are welcome at the 2019 Story+ Humanities Research Symposium, when Story+ teams will present their final products and/or research works-in-progress. Story+ is a six-week summer research experience for undergraduates and graduate mentors interested in bringing academic research to life through dynamic storytelling. This year, ten Story+ teams are unboxing curious artifacts in the Duke […]

What a Fulbright Scholar Learned about the Nicholas Institute’s Interdisciplinary Approach

What a Fulbright Scholar Learned about the Nicholas Institute’s Interdisciplinary Approach

Throughout April, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University hosted Dr. Paul Bolger, manager of the Environmental Research Institute at University College Cork in Ireland. Bolger is a 2019 Fulbright Irish Scholar who is investigating how interdisciplinary approaches are being utilized at four American universities—Duke, Arizona State, Columbia, and Cornell—to address global sustainability […]