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February 11, 2022
Graduate School sign

Ph.D. conference travel funding will be provided as an advance payment instead of reimbursement. The Graduate School has also developed an expanded time-off policy for graduate student assistants.

February 9, 2022
I-hung Shih, Ph.D.

“It’s okay if you don’t get your dream job at first; your experience will lead you, and you’ll find your strengths and weaknesses along the way. Sometimes, your career path is not a straight line. Mine is a zigzag.”

February 9, 2022
Jacqueline Looney

Looney has led the development of many resources and programs to support graduate students and made notable contributions to the recruitment, support, and retention of graduate students from historically underrepresented groups.

February 8, 2022
Black Lives Matter protest

The political science Ph.D. candidate is mapping Black political behavior in relation to social movements.

February 2, 2022
 The Journey After Duke event

Here is to a season of networking, figuring out the path you want to take, and falling flat on your face but picking yourself up.

February 1, 2022
Zoie Diana

Zoie Diana, a Ph.D. candidate in Marine Science and Conservation, aims to help researchers, lawmakers, and industry leaders implement better practices for managing plastic pollution in marine ecosystems.

January 26, 2022
Dinosaur skeleton at the American Natural History Museum

“Gaining paid, non-academic experience while still in graduate school can save a lot of stress, time, and money during the job search.”

January 26, 2022
Dean's Research Awards for Master's Students

Take a look at some of the students and research being supported by The Graduate School's Dean's Research Award for Master's Students for the 2021-2022 academic year.

January 24, 2022
Nathan Hershberger

Ph.D. candidate Nathan Hershberger’s scholarship examines how Christians dealing with profound suffering have been shaped by their interpretation of the Bible.

January 21, 2022
Ashley Blawas, Rachel Keener, Yanting Luo, and Jake Nash

The one-year awards help graduate students pursue research in evolutionary medicine relevant to their graduate research.