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The Duke University Center for International & Global Studies (DUCIGS) promotes internationalization across our campus and beyond.
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U.S. government has agreed with Harvard and MIT to rescind a new policy requiring the students to take at least one in-person class.
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is "not only elusive; it is also highly demanded and contested". Because: a) science-based knowledge production is diverse and evolving; and b) diplomacy means reconciling a variety of interests.
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MA, CO, CT, DE, DC, IL, MN, NV, NJ, NM, OR, PA, RI, VT, VA, WI sue the Trump administration over rule revoking foreign students visas
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We need around US$1.9–3.4 bln per year "to build and operate systems for disease prevention and control in low- and middle-income countries." Read about the projects the supports to prevent future zoonotic diseases.
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“the negative reputational and economic effects of the attempt will reverberate for years.” Read Duke's 's op-ed on the US administration new policy for International Students.
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There's still time to read 's novel, "Pachinko," in time for 's book club on July 21. The book follows four generations of a Korean immigrant family fighting to control their destiny in Japan.
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We will only be able to enter a post-COVID world "if international solidarity allows for access to treatment and vaccines for all people, in developed and developing countries alike," write lead economists Vitor Gaspar and
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will be leading a discussion on how we can equitably distribute when they are developed and available. Talk is open to the public on July 16 at 11:00AM EST Register here:
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President Vincent Price comments on the Administration's new immigration directive ⬇️
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With on the rise, the ' new report identifies as the optimal way to prevent and respond to future pandemics. Public health, veterinary, and environmental expertise should unite.
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How should global industries be organized to prepare for future shocks? Read more about resiliency of in times of COVID in this new Society’s blog post by Duke’s Gary Gereffi, and Torben Pedersen
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Hear Peruvian doctor Andrés G. Lescano describing the reality of low, middle-income countries lacking agencies (like the ) where scientists are government officials. How do societies benefit from ? Full video of the webinar coming up!
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Of course!
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Read leader Soler’s takeaways from a 112-women expedition in Antarctica. The campaign promotes women leaders in , while raising attention on the climate-change threats hanging over a 60-year old symbol of multilateralism.
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CDC’s Pratima Raghunathan is an alum of the U.S. Epidemic Intelligence Service. In this clip from last week's Duke/ webinar, she describes the deep involvement in the West Africa Ebola response as a case study of . Full video coming up!
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As of today, the use of all tobacco products — including smokeless products and e-cigarettes — is prohibited on all property and grounds owned and leased by the university
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Join film series tomorrow 8PM with Academy Award nominee 'The Embrace of the Serpent' and the short films 'All for the Amazonia.' Note: only Duke IDs will be able to access 'The Embrace of the Serpent' (Courtesy Duke Libraries.) Register:
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Full video of the panel "From Ebola to COVID-19: Navigating Science-Policy Partnerships on the Front Lines" coming soon! Thanks Pratima Raghunathan and Andrés G. (Willy) Lescano for a wonderful panel on
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Don't miss Duke Professor Mark Anthony Neal joining a webinar on “Bearing Witness While Black: Technology, Race, and Documenting the Movement for Black Lives” at the . Today, Thursday 6.25 at 6.30PM! Register:
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