COVID-19 & Duke
This webpage provides COVID-19 information specific to the Sanford School of Public Policy community. Please visit coronavirus.duke.edu for all university updates.
Duke United is a resource for information, including campus operations, public health measures and community responsibilities related to COVID-19.
Duke Coronavirus Response is where to find the most recent announcements as well as answers to numerous questions about operations, workplace issues, and health matters regarding COVID-19.
Keep Learning is the hub for student-focused information on COVID-19.
Flexible Teaching is the source for all faculty and teaching resources for hybrid and flexible teaching.
Keep Working provides a central repository for all tools, resources, and information for Duke staff regarding COVID-19.
If you have questions, please first check the following Duke University resource pages:
- General FAQs on Coronavirus | What to Do If You Are Sick (scroll to end of page)
- Undergraduate FAQs
- Graduate School FAQs (PhD and MS students)
- International Student FAQs
- Staffing and Work-Related FAQs
- Research Information & FAQs
To report issues of non-compliance with Duke's COVID-19 policies, call Duke's anonymous hotline at +1 800 826-8109 (24 hrs.), or the Duke Office of Audit, Risk, and Compliance.
If you have other questions not answered in the FAQs above, please email the appropriate contact as follows:
- Regular Rank Faculty – Phil Napoli
- Adjunct, Visiting and Non-Regular Rank Faculty – Shana Lassiter
- MPP students/prospective students – Kenneth Rogerson
- MIDP students/prospective students – Sarah Bermeo
- PhD students/prospective students – Subhrendu Pattanayak
- Undergraduate students – Christina Gibson-Davis
- Staff – David Arrington
- Alumni and Friends – Josh Bond or Susan George James
- Duke Student Assistance Fund—Grants to help students experiencing increased adversity as a result of the COVID-19 crisis
- Duke Today: Virtual Resources for Maintaining Emotional Well-Being
- Keep Learning @ Duke: Wellness Strategies for Students
- Duke Global: Coping with Coronavirus Stress
In the News
Read recent media comments and opinion columns and information from Sanford School of Public Policy Faculty members related to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.