The Trinity College of Arts and Sciences has launched a new initiative focused on the social, political, economic and cultural dimensions of uneven and inequitable access to resources, opportunity and capabilities, said Trinity College Dean Laurie Patton.
One of the world’s foremost experts on the obesity epidemic, Kelly Brownell was named dean of the Sanford School of Public Policy in 2013 after serving eight years as founding director of Yale University’s Rudd Center for Food Policy & Obesity.
Lawyer and businessman Michael Sorrell MPP'90/JD’94 took the reins at Paul Quinn College, a historically black college (HBCU) in Dallas on the verge of collapse, in the spring of 2007. Sorrell turned the situation around with significant changes and accomplishments during his tenure.
Border disputes between American states are as old as the republic, but in today’s highly charged political atmosphere they often take an ugly turn.
In the U.S., couples with daughters are somewhat more likely to divorce than couples with sons. Many scholars have read those numbers as evidence that daughters cause divorce. But new research from Duke University suggests something quite different may be at play: the robustness of female embryos.
Tana Johnson, assistant professor of public policy and political science, contributed to Global Governance 2022 in which she and others envisioned how global energy structures might look in 10 years.
This week, President Richard H. Broadhead honored five Duke employees with the Presidential Award for outstanding service in 2013.
In a paper in Pediatrics, researchers Kenneth Dodge and Ben Goodman of the Duke University Center for Child and Family Policy describe key findings from an evaluation of Durham Connects, a nurse home-visiting program in Durham County.