Event on April 17 and 18 will introduce prospective students to LGBTQIA+ communities in Duke and Durham
Attracting women to and retaining them in STEM fields require institutional investment in female role-models and in mentorship programs, said Robin Rasor, executive director of Duke’s Office of Licensing and Ventures, at a congressional hearing April 3.
Nancy Kelly, a Duke employee and LBGTQ advocate, squares history with alma mater
A new university speaker series addressing various forms of hate and bias launched Monday night with Emory University historian Deborah Lipstadt tracing the rise of anti-Semitism in the United States and Europe.
As she receives an international honor for promoting women in science, Ingrid Daubechies discusses her career in math
Across Duke, buildings bear the names of important women
In their own words, women from the Nicholas School's STEM community share what it's like to work or study in STEM and offer words of encouragement for girls and young women following in their footsteps.
I want to thank August Burns for giving me the courage to share my wedding picture as part of this column.
Cultivating a climate of inclusion for Duke’s LGBTQ workforce
Annual ceremony pays tribute to retiring Vice President Ben Reese