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Engagement at Duke

  • Opioids & Racial Disparities in Durham

    On December 7th, Duke Policy Bridge convened a small group of Durham County representatives, healthcare managers, community leaders, and Duke researchers met to discuss ways to address racial disparities. The group was convened for the purpose of offering Duke’s expertise to assist the county in identifying the causes of the racial disparities in opioid substance more

  • Helping Youth Climb Out of Poverty

    In our latest engagement story, we highlight the work of Anirudh Krishna, a professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy.  He has been studying how people escape poverty and how they come to be poor in the first place. “No one goes beyond occupations like the ones in the community. There are a number of more

  • New Health Data Sharing Project

    In our November installment of our Engagement Stories series, Krishna Udayakumar and Patricia Odero with the Duke Global Health Innovation Center and Duke Innovations in Healthcare are collaborating with several organizations on a joint USAID-funded project called Regional Action through Data (RAD). Throughout East and West Africa, citizens who live near their nation’s borders may receive health more

  • Color of Education 2018

    On Tuesday, October 2nd, Duke Policy Bridge at Sanford, Duke Cook Center on Social Equity, and the Public School Forum of NC welcomed NY Times Magazine investigative journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to open our Color of Education partnership.  We were excited to have Hannah-Jones deliver an awesome keynote address to a North Carolina crowd of roughly more

  • Color of Education: Racial Equity in NC Schools

    Nikole Hannah-Jones to kick-off “Color of Education” in North Carolina     Raleigh-Durham, NC (August 2, 2018) – The Public School Forum of North Carolina, in partnership with Duke Policy Bridge and the Samuel DuBois Cook Center on Social Equity at Duke University, announced today the first in a series of annual summits and convenings more

  • Bridging in the Opioid Crisis

    Researchers, policymakers and practitioners gathered at Duke May 1 to discuss how to strengthen working relationships and share evidence-based programs addressing the U.S. opioid crisis. The event, “State and Research University Partnerships in the Opioid Crisis,” was organized by Duke Policy Bridge, part of the Sanford School of Public Policy, and the Association for Public more

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