January 25, 2021

Team SSRI,

Week 45.

Remember when I first started doing these weekly emails and I was saying, “Oh my gosh, it’s week 15!” Now we are on week 45. 4. 5. How did we get here so quickly?

President Vincent Price has invited faculty and staff to a series of online Leadership Conversations to address concerns about the new semester. Join the conversation today at 3:30 p.m.

A new tool is available through myRESEARCHhome to guide Duke’s research community to policy, process, and helpful resources throughout a research project lifecycle. This new tool, myRESEARCHpath, brings together information from over 35 research support offices across the institution so researchers can easily access the information they need to navigate tasks from idea generation to project closeout.

I’ve been following a new account on Instagram: @corporatenatalie (if you are really hip, you can also find her on TikTok but let’s get real, I’m not that cool). Some of her reels about work are so relatable. Watch her latest clip and remember to take time off and unplug—you’ve earned it!


Put yourself in Cameron Indoor Stadium. Let’s fill our Cameron Indoor Stadium mosaic throughout the season. Start off by sending us your favorite Duke Basketball photos from past years. Then each game day, send us up to 10 gameday photos of you cheering on the Blue Devils.

These strategies can help you get the most out of your home workouts.

Brian Southwell on misinformation vs. disinformation: What to know about each form of false information, and how to spot them online.

Forty-nine students and 27 faculty/staff tested positive out of 21,542 tests administered.

Please encourage students to apply now for a 2021-2022 Bass Connections Project Team: Duke students from all levels and schools are invited to check out the new Bass Connections project teams for 2021-2022.

DUCIGS is hosting an event: Rethinking Diplomacy Program. Be sure to register if you are interested in the 75th anniversary of the United Nations.

Duke adds two 40-foot electric buses to its campus fleet; the buses are expected to go into service this week.

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