The Soros Fellowships, established in 1997, award $90,000 to immigrants and children of immigrants to complete graduate studies in the United States.
Two Duke Alumni Win Soros Fellowships
April 19, 2017
Duke Energy Club Students Spend Spring Break in CA
March 23, 2017
Senior Wins Gates-Cambridge
February 9, 2017
Duke senior Jessica Van Meir is among 36 U.S. recipients selected from roughly 800 applications for a Gates-Cambridge Scholarship, which covers a student’s tuition and living expenses while completing a graduate degree at the University of Cambridge.
Happy Year of the Rooster!
January 31, 2017
Duke Receives Record Number of Applicants
January 25, 2017
The Non-Politics of Disability
January 18, 2017
An opinion-editorial appeared in the New York Times by Jay Ruckelshaus, who graduated from Duke in May. Ruckelshaus is a Rhodes Scholar and graduate student in political theory at the University of Oxford, and the founder and president of Ramp Less Traveled, a nonprofit organization that helps students with spinal cord injuries pursue higher education.
Admission Change Could Lead to More Undocumented Student Applicants
January 13, 2017
Duke Officials Offer Support in Wake of Berlin Attack
December 19, 2016
Duke Completes Initial Phase Designating Gender Neutral Restrooms
December 7, 2016
Vincent Price Named Duke University 10th President
December 2, 2016
Penn provost and noted public opinion scholar to take office July 1.