Sanford has a new podcast series. New episodes premiere monthly. Each episode is produced by a team of people with deep NPR roots. In this episode: what do people really want when they’re dying? Asking them, and listening carefully to what they say, could lead – surprisingly – to cost-savings for big government systems like Medicare.
Republican candidates for president will debate Tuesday night as controversy over Donald Trump’s comments continue to spread globally. The following Duke professors are available to comment on the debate and campaign rhetoric in general.
There is no typical day for Caitlin Durkovich PPS’94. As Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, she oversees the nation’s efforts to protect America’s infrastructure -- the assets, systems and networks that enable the American way of life -- from outside threats.
When Wake County Public Schools switched from a school assignment policy based on race to one based on socioeconomic status, schools became slightly more segregated, according to new research from Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy.
A small team at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy recently launched the Ways & Means podcast iTunes and Stitcher. It’s a show for people curious about the best ideas for improving our society.
Geneva is a gorgeous international city in Switzerland. Sanford has an exciting program in Geneva every summer. Here are five reasons you should consider the program.
Sanford brings together an aunt and niece who had never before met. The aunt, Luo Hao, is studying Public Policy and Management as part of a four-month training program at Sanford for Chinese government officials.
The world is living through a period of extraordinary instability and volatility, “at the front end of a new and dangerous era,” former U.S. national security advisor Tom Donilon said Thursday at a talk at the Sanford School.
Parents’ fears about their teenagers’ heavy use of cell phones and social media may be exaggerated, according to a new report from Duke University researchers. However, there are important exceptions in the areas of cyberbullying and sleep disruption.
A new online hub dubbed “Campaign Stop 2016” will gather the Duke community’s conversations and viewpoints on the 2016 election season. The website, a yearlong project of the Duke Office of News and Communications, will both foster and showcase dialogue about politics.
Tom Donilon, former national security adviser to President Obama, will speak at Duke University on Thursday, Nov. 19.
“Polling is in a near crisis,” said Amy Walter, national editor at The Cook Political Report, during a live and online event on Nov. 10. hosted by POLIS at the Sanford School and at Microsoft's D.C. office.