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Assault charges are served upon a Duke professor, his attorney asserts the ‘allegations are false’

(10/11/19 7:26am)

Three charges of sexual battery and one charge of assault against a female have been issued against Ranjan Sudan, professor and vice chair of education in the department of surgery at the School of Medicine and Duke Health general surgeon, according to court documents obtained by The Chronicle.

















For each Republican faculty member in Pratt and Trinity, there are nearly 13 Democrats. Is this a 'crisis'?

(05/27/19 4:47am)

Nearly half of all faculty members in the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the Pratt School of Engineering are registered under the Democratic Party in North Carolina. But not even 4% of the faculty members are registered under the Republican and Libertarian Parties.


EDITOR’S NOTE: How I collected 1500 faculty members’ political party registrations

(05/27/19 4:38am)

My article—“For each Republican faculty member in Pratt and Trinity, there are nearly 13 Democrats. Is this a 'crisis'?”—examines the North Carolina voter registration records of professors in the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences and the Pratt School of Engineering. This includes 1494 names that were recorded from department “faculty” pages and searched in North Carolina’s voter registration record database.


Incoming GPSC President Anthony Monroe reacts to new Ph.D. stipend, talks upcoming goals

(05/22/19 5:56am)

Anthony Monroe, a dual biomedical Ph.D./MBA student, will serve as the 2019-20 president of the Graduate and Professional Student Council. The Chronicle’s Stefanie Pousoulides spoke with Monroe, also a 2019 Chron15 Leader, about his plans as president and the issues affecting graduate and professional students.