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When students come to Duke, they receive an experience in and out of the classroom that is extraordinary. Gifts to support novel learning programs such as DukeEngage, Bass Connections or the Duke Engineering First-Year Design Experience allow us to prepare future leaders to solve tomorrow’s greatest challenges.
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Duke combines traditional learning, new technology and cocurricular experiences to provide its students with next-generation learning. Learn how students are putting their knowledge to the test at Duke.
The Duke Women’s Impact Network (WIN) is dedicated to celebrating and accelerating the power of women’s philanthropy, a passion of Sarah Redfield Ryland ’87. She and her husband Kyle Trivitt…
In a life where everything has come to a halt and a pandemic goes on, it’s hard to find the silver linings. Sometimes it’s only after sifting through the recent past that we realize that even this…
Duke students spoke, and the university’s largest donor listened.
Duke Trustee Patty Morton '77, P'06 has become a powerhouse in cultivating the university’s rapidly expanding…
In 2017, a Duke alumna generously established the Susan E. Tifft Initiative on Documentary and Journalism in memory of her friend and classmate Susan E. Tifft ’73.
Sumeeta and Sumit Nanda M.D.’87, P’18, P’19 were impressed with Duke’s efforts to advance precision health and wellness, concepts which were developed by students working with Dr. Geoffrey…
Even the very best innovations focused on social challenges can fail without enough financial backing.
Having an understanding of what’s required to launch a new product or service is a salient takeaway for young graduates setting their sights on Silicon Valley or other tech cities after graduation…
It’s exceptional to find someone who has spent a half-century of service at a single institution.
The team that stays together, plays together – and fundraises together.
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…
The Duke Libraries have long been a popular place for students on financial aid to fulfill their work-study requirements — around 250 students currently work there.
Duke Gardens is pretty great — now imagine it even better.
As recently as five years ago, many talented Jewish high school students would not have considered Duke as an option.
Together, with the power of the Engineering Annual Fund, a large number of donors have aggregated their gifts to create monumental impact for new undergraduates.
For years, the tech industry has seen a decline in women and an underrepresentation of diverse populations majoring in computing disciplines.
Translating research discoveries into patient treatments is challenging work.
Sometimes a person discovers their true path in life after a single event leaves a lasting impression.
When The New York Times called Camille A. Brown “a force of nature,” it wasn’t kidding.
Duke Law School is on the cutting edge of legal scholarship, service and education.
Getting students out of the classroom and into the world — that was the university’s bold idea behind launching DukeEngage in 2007. Ever since, it has given Duke undergraduates the opportunity to…
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.
Dani Moore ’85, president of the Mary Alice Fortin Foundation, wanted to support partnerships between faculty and students to address pressing challenges.
More than 50% of Duke students engage in undergraduate research. It is a cornerstone of a Duke education that helps students develop critical thinking skills and analytical reasoning.
Duke continues to offer an incredible and uniquely interdisciplinary experience for students. We draw the very best people to this university, and encourage collaboration … to deliver a world-class liberal arts education at a leading research environment.