Duke juniors Patrick Oathout, Jacob Tobia win Truman Scholarship
Oathout and Tobia are two of 62 students nationwide to win the prestigious scholarship.
Duke alum launches app to showcase artists' work
Phil Haus, Trinity ’08, is a founding team member of a new social media app that may give Twitter and Instagram a run for their money.
Duke librarians aid MOOCs with technology, research
Coursera students see their professors in the online course videos, but they do not see the teams of people working behind the scenes.
Duke LDOC committee announces remaining 2013 lineup
Bad Rabbits, 5 & a Dime and Blank 281 will be joining Kendrick Lamar, Steve Aoki and Travis Porter.
Duke summer program to combine 3 semesters of Spanish courses
Undergraduates can now knock out their language requirement in one summer.
Duke works with South Sudan to boost food security
The South Sudanese ambassador is spending time at Duke to help find ways to improve food security in South Sudan.
Duke Board approves tuition increase for 2013-2014
The Board of Trustees approved a 4 percent tuition increase, bringing academic year 2013-2014 tuition to $44,020.
Bryan Center stores shuffle in renovations
Bryan Center renovations are forcing a shuffle among several of the building’s stores.
Duke students weigh in on 2013 LDOC lineup
Students shared their thoughts on the scheduled list of artists, which currently includes rapper Kendrick Lamar, DJ Steve Aoki and hip-hop trio Travis Porter.
Duke names Kelly Brownell as new Sanford dean
Following a search that lasted more than a year, Duke has named food policy expert Kelly Brownell as Dean of Sanford.
Duke ePrint hacked by anonymous 'Texan'
People trying to print in Perkins Sunday received an unexpected message.
Renovations prevent 2013 Duke library party
Even the most skilled librarians will not be able to find a party in Perkins this February.
Duke fills more spots with early decision applicants
The 753 admittees to the binding early decision program will account for 44 percent of the incoming freshman class.
Duke finances still recovering from crisis
The University’s finances still face several hurdles, despite improvements since the 2008 economic crisis.
Duke-Shiv Nadar partnership will include Indian grade school students
The University’s collaboration with Shiv Nadar University is not confined to the college level.
Duke will partner with university launched by Indian billionaire Shiv Nadar
The University has committed itself to yet another global collaboration, this time in India.
Duke pursues two-pronged online education strategy
Even with a new campus under construction in Kunshan, China, Duke’s largest global venture is taking place in cyberspace.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt tells Duke students to hit record
Gordon-Levitt ran to the balcony and back again to promote his website, hitRECord.
Duke to launch Africa research initiative
Dozens of professors in disparate fields are joining together to coordinate Duke’s research in Africa.
Duke international comparative studies becomes full program
The Arts & Sciences Council unanimously passed a motion to grant ICS program status at its meeting Thursday.
Pat McCrory becomes first Republican North Carolina governor in 20 years
Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory was elected governor of North Carolina Tuesday
Duke music professor praises Mary Lou Williams' jazz legacy
Williams’ legacy extends far beyond Duke’s Wednesday night jazz concerts.
Hurricane Sandy prompts Duke early decision extension, halts other programs
Although post-tropical storm Sandy—downgraded from a Category 1 hurricane Monday evening—left Durham relatively unscathed, the massive weather system is making itself known to the wider Duke...
$5M gift for Duke's Nasher Museum to fund acquisitions, visiting curators
The Nasher Museum of Art has received a $5 million gift from its namesake.
Duke Global Health Institute receives grants for medical research in Africa
Medical students will soon have the opportunity to study health issues in Kenya and Tanzania with funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.