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A patent-infringement lawsuit filed against the University by the inventor of the free-electron laser was sent back to a North Carolina district court this month by the U.S. Court of Appeals in a ruling that reopens the question of the relationship between patent-holding researchers and universities.
The Dead, Dylan and the Doobie Brothers have all jammed there. Santana, the Allman Brothers and the Boss have packed the house. And Feb. 7, another band will add its name to the list of those who have played to thousands of screaming students in Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Several MBA programs at the Fuqua School of Business were ranked in the top 10 in three independent surveys released last week.
As the Duke University Police Department continues to search for the man who reportedly assaulted a female student in a Wannamaker Dormitory bathroom Wednesday morning, University officials are preparing to install sex-specific locks on dorm bathroom doors across campus.
This is the fourth story in a five-part series examining attrition among graduate students.
Plans to begin construction of a new building next to the Bryan Center are on hold and may possibly be scuttled as administrators finalize a program statement for the creation of the encompassing West Campus student village.
People always say it's better to read the book before seeing the movie.
Faculty and students are expressing mixed reactions to a new mission statement for the football team that seeks to help rebuild the program.
Despite two early-season victories that restored some respectability to a beleaguered football team, the University released a mission statement last week proposing new methods of attracting top talent.
Four months after President Nan Keohane announced a new University-wide gender initiative, administrators, faculty, staff and students across campus are beginning the initial stages of research pertaining to women's issues.
Only four months after gaining final approval from the Academic Council, the new bioinformatics doctoral program is up and running, though it has experienced its share of growing pains.
Speaking at a meeting of North Carolina State University's Faculty Senate Tuesday, Duke President Nan Keohane called for more intense collaboration between Duke and its Raleigh neighbor during the next decade.
A registered nurse who worked for 17 years at Duke Hospital filed a lawsuit Monday in Durham Superior Court, alleging officials fired her because she tried to rekindle nurse unionization efforts.
Duke jumped four spots in this year's U.S. News & World Report ranking to share fourth place with four other universities. Princeton University pulled the top spot, followed by Harvard and Yale universities tied at second--all maintaining their spots.
On a day when people across the nation and around the world commemorated the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, the University observed the tragedy Wednesday with a host of memorial services.
One year after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks shook the nation and brought life at Duke to a sudden halt, the University will commemorate the anniversary with a day filled with academic and spiritual events, all with a somber and respectful tone.
On a day when many people will turn to music for comfort, Duke students will join over 15,000 other musicians from around the world Sept. 11 as part of the "Rolling Requiem," a world-wide concert of Mozart's Requiem by choral groups in 25 international time zones.
University officials sent out an e-mail to all students late Friday providing a description of a Durham man wanted in an off-campus sexual assault of a Duke student last Thursday, as well as a sketch of a man who might have information about a similar incident in the same neighborhood.
Since 2000, the University's plea for undergraduates to move their cars out of the Blue Zone parking lot before a home football game has been met with disgruntled curses and sarcastic mockery.
Amidst growing concerns about campus safety, Safe Haven, a center on campus that offers drop-in service for students on Friday and Saturday nights, may not be open this weekend as leaders continue to recruit new staff. Safe Haven was also closed last weekend.