Jeffrey Nicolaisen (religion) and Isak Tranvik (political science) are among 21 recipients of the nation's largest and most prestigious award for Ph.D. candidates in the humanities and social sciences addressing questions of ethical and religious values.
The Speed Mentoring Event was a creative and ambitious idea that exceeded our expectations. It allowed mentees to broaden their network of peer-mentors who could provide multiple resources, not only for completing their respective graduate programs, but for thriving within them as well.
Launched in 2014, The Graduate School's Emerging Leaders Institute provides graduate students and postdocs an intensive professional development opportunity where they work as part of an interdisciplinary team.
“When I first became a Digital Humanities Specialist I didn’t know that I was going to love having meetings but I really do. I like coming in to work and I like having people around, and I love being a consultant. I love it when people come in to see me and they say, ‘I have this idea, how do I do it?’ and I have the resources of the FHI and Duke to help them.”