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Duke Presents Awards for Service to Community

May 1, 2015A sociology student who helped build social bridges between Durham communities and a student leader of Muslim and interfaith groups are the recipients of the 2015 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards for service. [More]

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Five Free, Fun Things at Duke in May

Commencement, free outdoor movie highlight month’s events 

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Cord Blood Transplants: A Sickle Cell Cure

Sosa Evbuomwan was diagnosed at birth with sickle cell disease. In 2011, she and her parents decided to try stem cell transplantation at Duke. Successfully transplanted with umbilical cord blood cells, Sosa is fully engrafted with donor cells. Her sickle cell... cured.

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Celebrating 15 Years of Metamaterials

Sir John Pendry and Pratt School's David Smith discuss metamaterials breakthroughs such as invisibility cloaks and miniaturized flat antennas.

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The Origin of International Studies at Duke

Craufurd Goodwin outlines his involvement in starting the Center for International Studies at Duke in the 1960's.

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Mitt Romney on Politics and Foreign Affairs

The former Republican presidential nominee talks with Duke Professor Peter Feaver at the Ambassador Dave and Kay Phillips Family International Lecture

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