As a National Humanities Without Walls Pre-Doctoral Fellow, Liz Crisenbery will participate in a three-week series of workshops aimed at helping doctoral students prepare for careers within and beyond academia.
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The Dean’s Research Award for Master’s Students will provide up to $1,000 to fund conference travel or research supplies in support of a student’s degree completion.
The awards recognize outstanding efforts in mentoring, teaching, and creating an inclusive environment for graduate education at Duke.
The grants provide up to $2,000 to help graduate students and their departments create discipline-specific professional development programming and resources for exploring both academic and broad career options.
The annual honor recognizes individuals who routinely enrich the lives of people in the Duke community and contribute to the betterment of all people, above and beyond their given roles.
Mohamed S. Ibrahim (Ph.D.'18 electrical and computer engineering) received the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS)/ProQuest Distinguished Dissertation Award in Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Engineering.
The workshop was part of efforts to help students from underrepresented minorities more fully integrate into the Duke community and make the Duke community more inclusive and supportive of those students.
Cynthia Spence talked to Duke faculty members about misconceptions around HBCUs and how to recruit their students into graduate programs.
With Graduate School funding, an ecology Ph.D. student organized a seven-day course on how to handle medical crises when far away from help.
For the 2018-2019 academic year, the Duke Graduate School awarded 346 competitive fellowships to incoming and continuing Ph.D. students, totaling nearly $5 million.