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The Duke ideal for graduate education is a small number of superior students working closely with esteemed scholars. Graduate study at Duke is defined by maximum personal attention; smaller, more involving classes; flexible programs of study designed to meet students’ individual needs and interests; and richer, cross-disciplinary possibilities for scholarship.




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3 Alumni Named to Inaugural Class of Few-Glasson Society

August 17, 2016
Few-Glasson honorees

The first honorees are Martin Dempsey, the former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; Linda George, a longtime Duke faculty member; and Yibin Kang, an endowed professor of molecular biology at Princeton University.

History Spotlight: James B. Duke Fellowship

August 10, 2016
James B. Duke Fellowship

Established in 1956, the fellowship has supported hundreds of Duke graduate students since its inception. We take a look at the careers of a few of its beneficiaries through the decades.

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