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
NASHER MUSEUM OF ART SUMMER INTERNSHIP AWARDS | deadline: by 5pm, Fri, April 12th, 2019
Sponsored by the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation and the Trent A. and Susan L. Carmichael Fund, each year the... Read more »
Check out another way to find research projects! Muser http://muser.biology.duke.edu is a newly expanded database of Duke undergraduate research opportunities (paid, unpaid, independent study, volunteer, or work-study) posted by Duke faculty,... Read more »
Registration is now open! Please go to 2019 Visible Thinking Registration
Duke's Visible Thinking is an annual event that celebrates the achievements of undergraduate researchers and explores their original scholarship in the humanities, the... Read more »