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Hurricane Idalia is coming to North Carolina. Here’s what Duke can expect

(08/31/23 1:57am)

Hurricane Idalia made landfall in Florida on Wednesday morning as a Category 3 storm and began moving northeast through Georgia and coastal South Carolina. Now downgraded to a Category 2 storm, it is expected to have “moderate impacts across portions of central North Carolina” starting Thursday morning. 



Duke pledges to help develop, operate new center for climate research in NYC as part of Climate Commitment

(05/22/23 10:08pm)

As part of the Climate Commitment, Duke joined an initiative to create the New York Climate Exchange, a center “dedicated to researching and creating innovative climate solutions” developed and maintained by various public and private institutions.




Alec Gallimore emphasizes working ‘across the entire range of scholarship’ as Duke's next provost

(04/25/23 8:29am)

After years of pioneering work in aerospace engineering, Alec Gallimore, the current Robert J. Vlasic dean of the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, will begin his new role as Duke’s next provost and chief academic officer on July 1. 



Duke receives $1.2 million NIH grant to fund new biomedical science postbaccalaureate research education program

(02/17/23 3:16am)

Duke recently received a $1.2 million, five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to prepare post-baccalaureate students to apply for graduate programs or medical school and to diversify representation in biomedical sciences.



Two Duke professors appointed to National Academies' committee on addressing medical misinformation

(01/26/23 1:10pm)

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Math appointed Nadine Barrett, assistant professor in the department of family medicine and community health, and Brian Southwell, adjunct professor in the department of medicine, to the Committee on Understanding and Addressing Misinformation about Science this past December.