The annual event helps facilitate connections and collaborations across campus to help make Duke more diverse and inclusive.
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Photos from The Graduate School's annual Homecoming celebration.
The Preparing Future Faculty program gives Ph.D. students a glimpse of faculty's roles and responsibilities at a variety of institutions.
Graduate School alumni, students, faculty, and staff are invited to join us to celebrate Homecoming, honor this year's inductees into the Few-Glasson Alumni Society, and dance the night away
The Graduate School welcomed more than 1,000 new Ph.D. and master's students to campus.
The Few-Glasson Alumni society honors Duke graduates who have distinguished themselves through their career accomplishments, the potential of their current endeavors, or their support of graduate education and students at Duke.
Paula D. McClain will serve as the American Political Science Association's president-elect for one year before taking the reins as president in 2019.
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.
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.