Marco Deyasi (Art, Art History & Visual Studies Ph.D., ‘07) presented “Ethnographic Sculpture and the Complexities of Race: The Cultural Politics of Charles Cordier, Theodore Riviere, and Auguste Rodin,” as part of a panel on Sculpture and Race, 1750-Present, at the annual co
Each April, as part of the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students Appreciation Week, Duke University Graduate School offers a week of activities designed to recognize and support the invaluable contributions made by its graduate students.
The inaugural meeting of the Graduate School Board of Visitors convened on March 5, 2010. Establishing a Board of Visitors has been one of Dean Jo Rae Wright’s priorities during her tenure and signals a milestone for the Graduate School.
To recognize the considerable efforts and accomplishments of faculty and students who consistently serve as effective mentors, the Duke University Graduate School established the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Mentoring.