The Scholars are participating in the Early Start Research Immersion Program, a five-week program that helps them get a head start on integrating into their departments and the Duke community.
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Apply by July 24. The Boot Camp is designed for undergraduates interested in pursuing graduate education in chemistry, computer science, mathematics, physics, and statistical science.
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 Graduate School will hold Orientation Week for incoming students in fall 2018 on August 20-24. The week will include information sessions, workshops, and social events.
About 250 graduating Ph.D. students celebrated the completion of their degrees on Saturday, May 12, joined by more than 1,200 faculty, family members, and friends.
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.
The 55-institution consortium helps universities identify promising prospective graduate students from underrepresented minorities.
Mimi A.R. Koehl (Ph.D.'76 Zoology) will be honored at The Graduate School's Ph.D. hooding ceremony on May 12.
The Graduate School will host two professional and regalia photo sessions for graduating students on April 18-19. This is an opportunity to have cap-and-gown photos and professional portraits taken, with an option to purchase.
The STEM workshop used interactive theater to spur discussions about ways to improve relationships between Ph.D. advisers and trainees.