Going to the Dogs… and the Bonobos - Brian Hare's Lunch Lecture

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Did you miss this special lunch lecture for scholarship finalists? Perhaps you just want to see it again. Brian Hare, Associate Professor of Evolutionary Anthropology, who leads the Hominoid Psychology Research Group and the Duke Canine Cognition Center in the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences, shares his work with this special…
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Scholarship Finalists - Great Time at Duke

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The Office of Undergraduate Scholars and Fellows hosted 90 scholarship finalists, who visited the Duke campus, April 9-12. During the week, finalists enjoyed an early morning Chapel Climb and a special reception with President Brodhead. Dr. Craig Roberts gave them a personal tour of the Brain Lab, while Dr. Brian Hare…
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Scholars Bring Jubilant Performance to Jabulani '14

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MasterCard Foundation Scholars and Robertson Scholars added their voices and dance to Jabulani 2014 celebration, in Page Auditorium, on March 29, 2014. "Jabulani" means rejoice. Watch the students' performance in the video, below.
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Take Note Take Action- Reggie Day

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REGGIE DAY 2014: EQUAL PROTECTION UNDER THE LAW? Reggie Scholars challenged Duke and the community to discuss what equal protection under the law means and if North Carolina can pass the litmus. On February 17 the community joined the Reggie Scholars for a screening of "Section 5," a documentary film produced…
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Wenger Named TIME 30 People Under 30 Changing the World

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TIME Magazine editors selected thirty young people who are changing the world with their work and ideas. Freshman A.B. Duke Scholar Brittany Wenger is among TIME's 30 People Under 30 Changing the world. Read about the amazing breakthroughs Wegner is making in the fields of science and health in this TIME…
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A World View - Karsh International Scholars Video

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New Zealand, Kenya, Brazil, Vietnam, Canada... just a few of the nations from where Karsh International Scholars hail. Meet some of the scholars in this video. In the photo below, Karsh International Scholar Lien Hoang volunteered with Unite for Sight in Kenya this summer. After Kenya she returned to Duke to…
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Rebecca Lai Wins Duke STEAMy Challenge

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A.B. Duke Scholar Rebecca Lai wins award for her animated video, bridging the gap between sciences and the humanities. Rebecca won the first monetary award for the STEAMy Challenge. Read all about the competition in Duke Today. Watch Rebecca's video....
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Plans Disrupted, Plans Recast

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A.B. Duke Scholar Jay Ruckelshaus shares an inspiring story that examines the resilience of the human spirit. Read Jay's own words in this Duke Magazine article. Credit: Megan Morr
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