It’s time to crack open the Merriam-Webster Dictionary and brush up on some new words. For the 60 young competitors at this year’s Duke University Regional Spelling Bee, dictionaries, lists Read More
Durham educators are preparing to immerse themselves in Latin American culture, history and immigrant experiences, both in the U.S. classroom and abroad in Mexico. Ten teachers, counselors and administrators from Read More
Do you know a Duke undergraduate student or Duke employee who volunteers in the Durham community? Nominate them for a 2018 Duke service award. Nomination Form: Download the PDF Nomination Read More
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During a tour of Duke West Campus this month, Marissa Lazo shared memories of her Duke student experience with her 16- and 17-year-old students from Southern Lee High School. Lazo, Read More
The Visions program connects Durham Public Schools teachers to interactive workshops and a travel-study tour to Guanajuato, Mexico. Applications are due Wednesday, Feb. 7.
The deadline to apply for the America Reads / America Counts (ARAC) program at Duke is 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 12.
The goal: Pack 100,000 meals. The ingredients: Soup mix, beans and rice. Duke University, Durham Technical Community College, United Way of the Greater Triangle and local Rotary Clubs will bring Read More
Nearly 300 eighth graders received the ultimate Duke campus tour this month, from visiting Duke Chapel and student residence halls to hearing from scientists and basketball players. School Days, an Read More
Nearly 300 Durham eighth graders will visit Duke campus on Nov. 3 to learn about residence hall life, explore Duke’s virtual reality lab and talk with first-generation Duke students. This Read More
Rahteesha Burgess reminisced about her time as a Lakewood Elementary School kindergartner. She would sit on a big carpet in her Durham classroom or play house with the other students. Read More