BOT elects Rubenstein as chair
Rubenstein, co-founder and co-CEO of private equity firm The Carlyle Group, is well known for his philanthropic support of the University.
Humanities faculty criticize lack of admin support
Faculty members gathered Thursday evening to voice concerns about the state of the humanities at Duke.
Duke Clinical Research Institute cuts 56 jobs
DCRI eliminated 56 positions to address its "specific business needs" in the wake of the federal sequester.
Duke researchers hone in on HIV vaccine
A vaccine for HIV has eluded scientists for decades, but Duke researchers are closer to it than ever.
Duke freshman directs media for new Presidential Youth Council
Freshman engineering student Grant Jirka represents young adults’ voices in politics as director of media on the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council.
DUHS sees decrease in patients and revenue
Overall patient volume and revenue at DUHS have fallen in the past fiscal year.
Duke seminar teaches chemistry through cooking
A chemistry professor took the concept of applied science to make chocolate lava cakes, parmesan noodles and ice cream.
Duke medical school now under one roof
After 73 years scattered throughout the Duke Medicine campus, medical students finally have a home.
Duke Lemur Center adds office in Madagascar
The Duke Lemur Center recently acquired office space in Sambava, Madagascar, to house their latest conservation project.
Coalition fights North Carolina abortion law
North Carolina physicians are contesting what they believe is a medically unfounded abortion law in legal proceedings this month.
Razia Said protests deforestation through song
What singer-songwriter Razia Said remembers about her native land in Antalaha, Madagascar, before leaving at age 11 is the thriving rainforests.
Duke symposium to address lemur endangerment
The Duke Lemur Center will host a symposium on conservation in Madagascar and the effect deforestation has on lemurs.
Manbites Dog celebrates 25 years with 70 short scenes
“I came out of the theater... and felt that the sense of what the rules were in theater had been completely transformed."
Killing of endangered red wolf continues in North Carolina
The fourth killing of a critically endangered red wolf since September in Hyde County, N.C., raises alarm for those part of the revitalization effort.
Film outlines effects of illegal logging on lemurs
A documentary set to air across the U.S. in December exposes the impact illegal rosewood logging has on critically endangered silky sifaka lemurs.
Duke researchers show dip in home value caused by nearby fracking
Researchers have broken ground on how living near fracking sites influences property value.
Duke students sound off as results roll in
Students gathered across campus to watch the outcome of the presidential election.
Duke professor discusses HASTAC, education award
The Chronicle sat down with Davidson to discuss receiving the 'Educator of the Year' award.
NC State student discusses support group for women post-abortion
Spears is angling to make the program into a club in order to continue open dialogue about abortions on campus.
Duke nursing school breaks ground on new facility
The new $20.2 million space arises out of a desire to better address the needs of an expanding faculty and student body.
Duke professor names new fern genus in honor of Lady Gaga
Kathleen Pryer’s ferns were born with a little Lady Gaga in them.
Duke Medicine prepares for health care reform
The Duke University Health System is changing the way it conducts business since the Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act in June.
Duke's Robert Lefkowitz reflects on journey from 'schlepper' to Nobel laureate
Lefkowitz was recognized for his groundbreaking research in protein receptors.
Duke researchers expand smoking cessation options
Researchers gathered at the Durham Convention Center Thursday to discuss treating the most common drug addiction