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Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks, former chief spokesperson for U.S. Central Command during Gulf War II, outlined his principles of leadership as part of Sunday night's kickoff event for the second annual Coach K and Fuqua School of Business Conference on Leadership.
Duke canceled this fall's Duke in the Andes study abroad program because of a State Department travel warning, Assistant Dean and Director of Study Abroad Margaret Riley said.
Campus Council is exploring the possibility of bundling cable television and telephone service fees with undergraduates' room rent, a move that could reduce the cost of a full year of basic cable and phone service from a combined $433 to a little over $100.
With the world's Anglican leaders expressing disapproval Thursday of the election of an openly gay Episcopal bishop in New Hampshire, professors at the Divinity School said a schism of the Church--still a possibility--could have profound social consequences.
At Thursday's University faculty meeting, President Nan Keohane cast an eye to the future and noted three critical issues that the University must address in coming years--rising costs, challenges in undergraduate education and threats to academic freedom.
An extraordinary coincidence of anniversaries pertaining to African Americans and the University has spurred a series of events and commemorations known as the 20/40 Celebration, which will take place throughout the fall.
This year, Founders' Day is all about Nan.
*Editor's Note: As of February 18, 2004 all charges against Michael Rechnitz had been dismissed by the court.*
External grant activity in the sciences increased sharply last year, with administrators crediting an ambitious faculty, more available funds from some federal bodies and an institutional encouragement to pursue larger, often interdisciplinary grants.
Dean of the Graduate School and Vice Provost for Graduate Education Lewis Siegel, acclaimed in academic circles for his willingness to confront the issue of Ph.D. attrition head-on at Duke, will go national with his efforts this winter as he becomes chair of the board of the Council of Graduate Schools, the major umbrella organization for graduate schools in the United States.
Despite a light crowd, the Ludacris concert in Cameron Indoor Stadium came off without a hitch Tuesday as the largely student audience was well behaved and Duke University Union officials said most came away satisfied with the show.
It started as a bet between two guys sitting at Waffle House one night.
With the national economy showing signs of emerging from its recent funk, the University stands to gain--and, surprisingly enough, lose.
In baseball, they call it a brushback.
Arts and Sciences Council Chair Katherine Ewing canceled Thursday's special joint Arts and Sciences Council and Engineering Faculty Council meeting because of Hurricane Isabel, reducing the possibility of passing a short-term illness policy before the next scheduled Arts and Sciences Council meeting Oct. 9.
Ever wanted to show off your old Writing 20 papers to your dean or a Goldman Sachs recruiter? Probably not. But if so, you're in luck, because Portfolio@Duke has arrived.
While acknowledging some advantages to members-only parties, many from the greek community have expressed opposition to the idea that the administration would discourage open parties on campus.
After Nan Keohane steps down as Duke's president this summer, she and her husband Robert, a professor of political science, will head to an academic's "paradise" in the California hills to commit one year to unadulterated scholarship.
Despite being delayed at Yale University to deal with major union strikes, incoming Vice President for Campus Services Kemel Dawkins said he will be at Duke next week to get started on his new job.