Ariel Kantor- Program II, Kushal Kadakia- Biology and Public Policy, and Claire Wang- Environmental Science and Policy
The Summer Opportunities Fair had over 400 students come through to chat with Duke departments and organizations about the multitude of summer opportunities available. Did you miss this event? If so, stick around for a similar event in December!
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“The Effect of Parental Presence on Educational Attainment of Adolescents”
Rubenstein Scholars Caleb Z. Getahun, Jai'Chaun L. Paige & Jonathan C. Sandoval '22 presentation at the 2018 Rubenstein Scholars Research Poster Presentation
“Popularity vs. Originality: Analyzing Billboard Mainstream Top 40 To Pre- dict Future Hit Songs”
Rubenstein Scholars Juan Jaramillo-Chico, Victoria Pinedo & Daniel Segura Jr. '22
Recidivism: ‘The Revolving Door’”
Rubenstein Scholars Kacia A. Anderson, Beatrice W. Boyce, Raia M. Lockerman & Zadaiah J. Roye '22 presentation at the 2018 Rubenstein Scholars Research Poster Presentation
North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 NCICU Undergraduate Research Program Stipends – Call for Applications. NCICU offers stipends for students performing... Read more »
Are you a current Duke sophomore or junior seeking an energy internship for summer 2019?
The Duke University Energy Initiative is maintaining a list of energy companies interested in internship applications from... Read more »