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Q&A: Former Duke President Richard Brodhead reflects on past and future of DKU ahead of inaugural Commencement

(05/19/22 5:04pm)

In August 2018, Richard Brodhead, president emeritus of Duke and honorary chancellor of Duke Kunshan University, delivered an address to DKU’s inaugural class, introducing the project’s origins and the importance of founding a joint-venture university in China.   

‘Graduating is a slightly scary thing’: Duke Kunshan’s first-ever graduating class reflects on last four years

(05/02/22 6:06am)

With Duke Kunshan University’s inaugural commencement ceremony approaching on May 19 EDT, seniors from DKU’s first-ever graduating class looked back on their four years attending Duke’s joint venture program in the suburbs of Shanghai. 

DKU to begin year with remote classes for most students in China, abroad

(08/03/21 10:13pm)

Citing a recent rise in COVID-19 cases across China, Duke Kunshan University has asked domestic students not currently on campus to “postpone their arrival for two to four weeks,” according to an email sent to DKU students Tuesday. First-year orientation and convocation will be held remotely.

Start-Up University: Going beyond a 'Duke education in China'

(11/15/19 6:54am)

Undergraduate students at Duke Kunshan University (DKU) in China will be contributing written and multimedia content to The Chronicle to be published every other Friday. DKU, a joint venture university between Duke and Wuhan University in China, began its undergraduate program in 2018 and currently enrolls over 550 students from 40+ countries. DKU students receive Duke undergraduate degrees and become part of Duke’s alumni network. We are eager to get the word out about Duke Kunshan and the people, programs and unique perspectives of the community there through this upcoming series of biweekly articles, op-eds, and more.