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The Duke Center for International Development (DCID), a unit within Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy, advances international development policy and practice through interdisciplinary approaches to post-graduate education, mid-career training, international advising and research. Its faculty and staff continuously strive to create programs that meet the specific needs of each client and student.


Every day we meet brave children and their families who are in need of hope, answers, and — above all — outstanding medical care. We are inspired by their strength and courage and are passionate in our commitment to ensuring our patients and their families receive the best possible care in a warm, child- and family-friendly atmosphere.


News, events, updates and edifying information from the center of intellectual life at Duke.


Duke Magazine provides insights into the complex arena of higher education, offering our readers a nuanced understanding of the ever-changing life of Duke University and its place in the world.


Collaboration between Duke University and National University of Singapore.
Offers MD, MD/PhD and PhD programs.


The Energy Initiative seeks to advance an affordable, reliable and clean energy system through education, research and engagement.


The Forum for Scholars & Publics at Duke University is a place where scholars and various publics – local, national, and global – can interact and intersect to generate greater exchange between the university and the broader world.


Fostering collaborative, interdisciplinary humanities research at Duke


The Duke Human Rights Center @ the Franklin Humanities Institute brings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, staff and students to promote new understandings of and action on human rights. We engage with issues of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, religion, income inequality, the environment, the philosophy and history of human rights, the literature that emerges alongside it, linguistic rights, and artistic responses in our research, teaching, programming and outreach. Our goal is to foster strategies and collaborative, cross-disciplinary and critical thinking about human rights in both local and global contexts.


The Duke Islamic Studies Center (DISC) is a vibrant, diverse community of scholars and students engaged in interdisciplinary teaching, interactive learning, and cutting-edge research about Islam and Muslims.


Duke Law School is an ambitious and innovative institution whose mission is to prepare students for responsible and productive lives in the legal profession by providing a rigorous legal education within a collaborative, supportive, and diverse environment.


Duke CTSI TransPop manages the MURDOCK Study and other clinical research projects based at Duke-Kannapolis.

Whether it’s the Jazz Ensemble, Wind Symphony or Symphony Orchestra sharing the stage with celebrated guest artists in Baldwin Auditorium, the Chorale singing Britten’s War Requiem in Duke Chapel, engaging classes that encourage analytical and creative thinking, or world-renowned composers and performers working one-on-one in master classes, music is a part of Duke.

The Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences is an interdisciplinary leader in brain and behavioral health. We seek to provide the best available care to patients and their families, while advancing science to improve mental health on a global scale and equipping our 70+ trainees to lead the future of behavioral health care.


The mission of Duke Recreation & Physical Education is to provide exceptional and diverse opportunities that promote healthy active lifestyles in a safe, inclusive environment.


Educating the next generation of transformational leaders in nursing.


There has been a Department of Sociology at Duke University for more than 75 years. Our world-renowned faculty build on the discipline’s classic foci, while also pursuing state-of-the-art developments in areas such as computational social science, the demography of health, economic sociology, and culture and cognition. We embrace sociology’s core interest in social institutions, paying particular attention to hierarchies of race, class, and gender within them. Research and teaching in the department emphasizes the interplay between institutions and social change, social inequality, and community structure.

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Working@Duke tells the amazing story of the Duke workforce and connects all staff and faculty with campus happenings; employee benefits, services and resources; and other useful news and information for work and life at Duke.

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