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Responding to the Coronavirus, Duke University Press Transforms Into Virtual Business

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Team ensures that readers and scholars continue to have access to important books and journals Read More »


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April is National Poetry Month

Thursday, April 2, 2020

April is National Poetry Month.  National Poetry Month was initiated in April of 1996 by the Academy of American Poets to highlight the importance of poetry to the world.  The Academy is offering online activities, initiatives, and resources so that anyone can join in at home with honoring National... Read More »


Duke Update Summer Programs

Duke Announces Changes in University-Sponsored Summer Programs

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Editor's Note:  The following message was sent by Provost Sally Kornbluth to Duke students, faculty and staff Monday regarding changes in university-sponsored summer programs. In light of the continuing uncertainty about our ability to safely conduct programming on campus over the... Read More »


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SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

The SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair is an opportunity for students to engage remotely with employer representatives from a range of industries hiring for jobs and internships. This virtual career fair allows connections between students and employers to take place via group and private chats... Read More »


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Congratulations to Professor Aarthi Vadde, 2020-21 NHC M.H Abrams Fellow

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

The National Humanities Center is pleased to announce the appointment of 33 Fellows for the academic year 2020–21. Read More »


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A Blueprint For mental Health Support During Isolation

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Just as students were leaving Duke Kunshan’s campus for Chinese New Year, that’s when Dr. Yan Li remembers hearing about the lockdown in Wuhan. “It felt very, very sudden,” Li says. Li is a psychologist and the associate dean of Student Affairs and director of Counseling and Psychological Services... Read More »


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Duke to Offer Regular Admission to 2,170 Students

Monday, March 30, 2020

2,170 high school seniors from around the country and around the world will receive an invitation to join Duke’s class of 2024 Thursday night. The admitted students from 47 states and 67 countries were selected from 35,483 Regular Decision applicants plus 766 Early Decision applicants whose... Read More »


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Professor Faulkner Fox Leads the "Poem of the Day" Project

Monday, March 30, 2020

The current COVID-19 situation has forced us all to make significant adjustments to how we usually would go about our daily lives.  We could like to encourage everyone to find a positive and reassuring outlet during your free time that provides comfort.  We would not be the English Department... Read More »


Statement from President Price on COVID - Based Bias Incidents and the Importance of Inclusion

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Dear Colleagues, I have been deeply disturbed by recent reports of bias incidents targeting Chinese, Chinese-American, and Asian individuals throughout the United States.  Meeting the global challenge of COVID-19 calls perhaps as never before on our common humanity and regard for others; it cannot... Read More »


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