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@ 6:00 pm

David Priess is a writer and speaker on the presidency, national security, and intelligence. His new book, How To Get Rid of a President: History's Guide to Removing Unpopular, Unable, or Unfit Chief Executives, addresses all of the ways Presidents have left office-providing key context to the...

Sulzberger Distinguished Lecture
@ 3:00 pm

Substantial racial-ethnic disparities remain in health and educational outcomes; these gaps are not fully explained by socioeconomic status or school and healthcare access and quality. In this talk, Emma Adam presents a new theoretical model proposing that the psychological stress associated...

Sulzberger Colloquium
@ 12:00 pm

In a series of momentary and daily diary studies conducted with adolescents in naturalistic settings, Emma Adam has examined how everyday social experiences affect stress-sensitive aspects of adolescent biological functioning, including stress hormone (cortisol) levels and sleep hours and...

@ 12:00 pm

This seminar is part of the Robert R. Wilson Lecture series. It is co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science, the Sanford School of Public Policy, and the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy.

Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture
@ 5:30 pm

John Koskinen will discuss his lifetime of public service for a Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture with Public Policy professor Kristin Goss, Thurs., Jan. 17 in Fleishman Commons. This event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception. Mr. Koskinen, Duke alum and former...