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Going to the Source

When TV producer Jeff Drayer MD'98 needed a consult for his show "Royal Pains," he called Duke neurosurgeon Oren Gottfried


World's Most Powerful Women

The Forbes list includes philanthropist Melinda Gates '86, MBA'87; Microsoft CFO Amy Hood '94 and Qatar Museums art collector Mayassa al Thani '05

Patriotic Philanthropy

David Rubenstein '70 continues mission of "patriotic philanthropy" with $12.35 million gift to National Park Foundation

Female Entrepreneurs

Tatiana Birgisson '12, CEO of energy drink startup Mati Tea, wants to see more women entreprenuers in the Triangle

Alumni Voices

In many ways, the immigrant experience can be a lonely one. In the beginning, survival means clutching for similarities in a world of differences. 

Duke Magazine

I've been welcomed officially into a parallel universe. It's called "Bioelectricity: A Quantitative Approach," which embraces biology, my certifiably worst subject in college; electricity, a force I consider semi-mystical and rather scary; and quantitative thinking, which is my least familiar thinking.  



Blue Devils in the Spotlight


MacLeod, superintendent of Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, joins Great Smoky Mountains National Park on June 1.


Gray's next steps after graduation? Onto the Connecticut Sun's court. In April, the Suns drafted the Duke basketball point guard.


Furman University's 12th and first female president is an alumna. Davis will take office at the South Carolina university on July 1.


In January, Silver began his first year as NBA commissioner, succeeding the former commissioner of 30 years David Stern.