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Ten Students Named 2019-2020 Graduate Fellows in Religions and Public Life

Ten Students Named 2019-2020 Graduate Fellows in Religions and Public Life

This year’s Religions and Public Life Graduate Student Working Group focuses on the theme of “Church and State.” Ten master’s and doctoral students were selected out of a competitive application pool, representing nine different departments and degree programs, three schools, and two universities (Duke and UNC). Graduate Fellows will develop their research interests and discuss […]

Want to Do DukeEngage Again? Now You Can

Want to Do DukeEngage Again? Now You Can

Deadline: October 18, 2019 (Re)Engage Program Overview We are excited to announce a brand-new opportunity for DukeEngage alumni to participate in a second summer of immersive work. Open to all current undergraduates who successfully completed a DukeEngage project, select students will receive funding to do one of the following: Return to their DukeEngage site to […]

Meet the 2019-2020 Graduate Fellows at the Kenan Institute for Ethics

Meet the 2019-2020 Graduate Fellows at the Kenan Institute for Ethics

As Fellows at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, they share a common interest in understanding how the world works, and will explore ways in which it can be reformed and improved. The aim of the ongoing discussions throughout the year, among the Fellows and Kenan faculty members, is to enhance everyone’s ability to contribute to debates involving […]

Kenan Institute for Ethics Invites Applications for Graduate Fellowships

Kenan Institute for Ethics Invites Applications for Graduate Fellowships

Deadline: July 31, 2019 Students from any Duke graduate program may apply. What each cohort of Graduate Fellows will have in common is that their dissertation research engages in interesting ways with significant normative issues. Some students, for example – from disciplines such as philosophy, political theory, or theology – focus directly on fundamental ethical or political concepts and theories. […]

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 […]

Four Undergraduates Named Pathways of Change Fellows

Four Undergraduates Named Pathways of Change Fellows

The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics offers summer internships with organizations looking to make business work for communities, not just bottom lines. These students, named as the 2019 Pathways of Change Fellows, will explore the compromises, contradictions and trade-offs between business needs and human rights within and outside of the […]