The Gothic wonderland you remember, improved.
Giving to –
restore and modernize campus.
Establishing collision spaces for interdisciplinary research. Providing the highest level of patient care. Creating collaborative spaces that enhance the ways our students live, learn and grow. Gifts to support facilities allow us to create a vibrant, diverse and exceptional campus community.
Prepare to be wowed
Revolutionary advancements to a timeless campus keep Duke in a class of its own. Exciting changes happen all the time, from Earth Day with lemurs to new collaborations between Duke Engineering and the School of Medicine in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Undergraduates are doing real research in Trinity College – and everyone benefits.
Ten years ago something special happened in the world of financial education.
Barbara Colyear Parkening is a dynamic, independent woman who is deeply passionate about advocating for animals. Meet her and you will immediately hear in her voice a zest for a…
Through strong networks connecting students, faculty and staff across Duke University and Duke Health, a dedicated team has mobilized to engineer solutions to problems created by…
On April 22, the Duke Lemur Center, closed to visitors since the beginning of the pandemic, hosted a virtual Earth Day extravaganza with hourly online talks and videos.…
Each year, Duke Smart Home residents and club members develop and test a wide array of new projects and initiatives focused on sustainable living.
Researchers combine art history and technologies to explore the past.
Brooklyn-based, Israeli-born artist Naama Tsabar opened Nasher Museum of Art’s Sculpture Garden in style in September 2019, staging an aurally and visually immersive performance of her “…
In the fall of 2018, Hurricane Florence damaged almost a dozen buildings at the Duke Marine Lab, but a duo of gifts will help it get squared away again.
Duke Engineering’s new 150,000-square-foot academic building is set to open in 2020, providing a home for the school’s education, research and…
Diagnosing and treating ophthalmic disorders in pediatric patients can require multiple appointments with various specialists.
Duke Gardens is pretty great — now imagine it even better.
How can you keep the best of the past and ensure that it will be useful in the future? Duke University Libraries has a plan.
With the Rubenstein Arts Center providing a new home for dance classes and performances, dance has quickly become a critically lauded and energizing aspect of the arts at Duke.
The fact that our response has been so well organized is entirely enabled by having the engineering and medical schools so proximal to each other.