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ACES down at least one week for system upgrade

The University Registrar notified students Monday of a student information system upgrade that will render ACES unavailable until Friday, June 20, or later. According to an e-mail from the Office of the Registrar, ACES will have a "new look" when it comes back online.

The upgrade affects student records and registration as well as operations in admissions, financial aid and the bursar's office. All student systems were shut down at the close of the business day Wednesday, June 11, and will open again at 8 a.m. Wednesday, June 18, at the earliest.

Six elected from Duke to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, an international society comprised of the world's leading scholars, scientists, artists, business people and public officials, has elected six individuals from Duke to join its ranks. The scholars from Duke are civil and environmental engineering professor Henry Petroski, theological ethics professor Stanley Hauerwas, religion professor Ed Sanders, professor of law and public policy studies Joel Fleishman, philosopher and senior research scholar Fred Dretske and President and CEO of the Duke University Health System Dr. Ralph Snyderman.


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