Ethics professor Wayne Norman's East Campus office is a gallery of album art of note
Now in its 10th year, Bass Connections pits Duke research teams against real-world problems
Duke biologist Lucia Strader unites scientists concerned about the future of agriculture
Professor of public policy and Marvel superfan Nick Carnes
An immersive course uses documentary and the arts to reveal historic sites of racial struggle
Cultivating understanding across campus
Less commonly taught languages enable traveling students and researchers to better understand the places they visit
Clergy Health Initiative helps pastors find strength amid stress
Cartoonist Jim Toomey hopes you’ll laugh at his environmental message
The fire chasers deployed on 24 hours’ notice. The moment a severe and complex fire developed, the N.C. State University wildfire research team convoyed across the American West, jamming to a playlist of songs with the word “fire” in the title. Once at the fire, they embedded with Type 1 Incident Management Teams – the most elite wildland firefighters in the nation.
Excessive heat evaporates seawater and brackish water leaves the salt behind. With less rain, there is less runoff and less fresh water overall, so estuaries and coastal waterways end up far saltier than usual.
Vijay Srinivasan pitches professional cricket into the Triangle and beyond