The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) supports the academic mission of Duke University by helping faculty and students find innovative ways of using technology in order to achieve their teaching goals.
Tuesday, June 2 marked the kick-off of the 2010 ten-week SROP program, which each year brings to Duke a select group of undergraduate students who are seriously considering Ph.D. study in the sciences.
Liz Bloomhardt, a third-year doctoral student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, shares how MEMS students and faculty are working together to foster intradepartmental collegial relationships that enhance the graduate student experience.
Xing Zong (Ph.D. Physics ‘10) was awarded the William J. Griffiths University Service Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Global Community. This award honors graduating students whose service and contributions have significantly influenced University life.
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.