Duke’s Massive Open Online Courses: Eight months after the launch of its first course
An overview of Duke's MOOCs experiences so far.
Feel an argument coming on? Remember: It’s not about winning—it’s about reaching consensus.
Professor Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, an instructor of the massively popular online class "Think Again: How to Reason and Argue," gives five important tips.
Duke announces Bass Connections teams of faculty and students
Interdisciplinary projects to collaborate on key social issues in five broad themes
Mellon grant supports digital classics at Duke
Duke will use new technologies to analyze some of the world's oldest documents and artifacts
Rethink traditional brick-and-mortar classrooms
Five students, several of whom are graduating this week, reflect on the importance of Duke’s distinctive programs.
David Rubenstein commits $10 million to Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy
The gift will endow graduate fellowships and undergraduate internships, among other things
Duke Forward is a hit in New York
A sold-out crowd at Lincoln Center enjoys music, brain science, and a Nobel winner.
Construction begins on new $6.8 million marine genetics center
12,000-square-foot center is the first new research building constructed at the Marine Lab since the 1970s.
Duke neurobiologist Richard Mooney reveals some surprising parallels between songbirds and humans
Can you guess what they are?
Dr. Steven and Rebecca Scott commit $20 Million to Duke Medicine
Gift will be used to expand Duke's sports medicine programs and provide support for the Duke University School of Medicine.