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Q&A with Kelly Crace

(07/01/11 8:00am)

The beginning of college marks the start of exciting changes: a new school, home, friends and lifestyle. Sometimes this excitement can feel overwhelming, and Counseling and Psychological Services provides useful programs to help students combat the stresses of college. New CAPS Director Kelly Crace, who worked as a staff psychologist last year, recently spoke with The Chronicle’s Amanda Young to discuss CAPS, stress management and mental health awareness.

Q&A with Nan Keohane

(02/04/11 10:00am)

The former Duke president frequently credited for establishing Duke as a world-class university is visiting campus today to discuss her recently published book, “Thinking About Leadership.” Former President Nan Keohane, who served between 1993 and 2004 and is Duke’s only female president, will speak at 1:30 p.m. in the Sanford School of Public Policy. Keohane’s achievements as president of Duke include the establishment of the Robertson Scholars Program, the Women’s Initiative and the Campaign for Duke, which raised more than $2 billion. Currently, Keohane is teaching at Princeton University as the Laurance S. Rockefeller Distinguished Visiting Professor of Public Affairs in the Woodrow Wilson School. The Chronicle’s Amanda Young talked with Keohane about her new book and past accomplishments.