The leaders featured on this year’s Chron15 list are student leaders and advisors who used their power for good as they helped the community return from the pandemic, encouraged others to speak up and worked tirelessly to improve the Duke experience.
In this role, Jones will oversee the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture, Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity, the Women's Center, Center for Multicultural Affairs, Muslim Life and Jewish Life at Duke.
The opening of Meta’s office will likely create many new jobs and generate revenue for the area, but may also exacerbate some of the issues Durham has been facing, including lack of affordable housing and more traffic congestion.
Researchers aimed to make the technology more accessible by creating a smartphone-compatible, user-friendly tympanometer, so that patients will be able to interpret results without the assistance of an audiologist.
House Bill 755, a proposal that would ban elementary schools from teaching K-3 students about gender identity or sexuality, passed the North Carolina Senate in a 28-18 vote on Wednesday.
Students must decide by June 10 to accept the offer to return to China due to the time constraints of the authorization. If students choose to return to China, they will have to withdraw from an existing study abroad plan in Durham or Barcelona for the fall.
The Chronicle has compiled a list to clarify on-campus resources for students experiencing sexual harassment.
As part of a series of university-wide changes surrounding the adoption of QuadEx, six rooms on the first and second floors of Dollard House will be renovated into a large multipurpose space.
Beyrer currently serves as the inaugural Desmond M. Tutu professor of public health and human rights at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
The U.S. plans to allow more pharmacies to order these treatments and expand the test-to-treat program, in which someone can get tested for COVID-19 and obtain treatment in the same visit.
Existing federal student loan forgiveness, cancellation or repayment programs that fall under the Higher Education Act would be exempt from this bill.
However, limits at non-HBCU UNC system schools remain unaffected. At universities including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, out-of-state enrollment is limited to 18% to prioritize educating in-state students.
On Tuesday, MGM Chief Administrative Officer Kris Matthews informed all MGM department members that OIE and MGM were designing a training module aimed at “helping members of our department be fair and welcoming of individuals who differ in their background,” according to the email.
“To be clear, this document was never used as a lesson plan in a Duke class or by a Duke faculty member, nor was it promoted by Duke as a teaching tool,” Duke spokesperson Michael Schoenfeld wrote in an email to The Chronicle.
Now retired, Brodhead will address DKU’s Class of 2022 Commencement on May 20, in a hybrid ceremony held at Duke and DKU.
Without federal protection of abortion rights, state legislatures would have the discretion to decide on abortion legality. In the Republican-held North Carolina General Assembly, legislation to implement a post-viability abortion ban may be on the table.
As expected, Beasley clinched the Democratic primary win. Her major opposition from within the party, former state senator Jeff Jackson, dropped out of the race and endorsed her candidacy in December. Beasley won 81.09% of the vote 98% of precincts reporting at 11 p.m. The Associated Press called the race at 7:47 p.m.
Staying on campus this summer? Here are some changes to Duke’s campus resources you need to know.