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How to Receive News from Duke
Duke offers an array of web sites, newsletters and e-mail news services to keep you up to date on Duke events and achievements. Below is information on the many news sources and how to access them.
The Week at Duke
Weekly selection of news, features and media coverage of Duke.
Duke Research Newsletter
Highlights the people and projects behind Dukeâs research enterprise on the first and third Wednesdays of the month. It regularly includes links to short science videos, great blog posts and Duke stories making headlines around the world.
Duke on Demand Newsletter
Duke's online video site. It allows you to watch your favorite Duke videos on your computer, smartphone, iPad or other electronic device. This weekly newsletter alerts you to the newest videos on Duke on Demand.
Alumni Association Duke Blue Connections
E-newsletter of the Duke Alumni Association. New issues available on web site.
Arts and Sciences and Trinity College News
Latest news available on Web site.
Center for Child and Family Policy
Center's newsletter addresses issues of early childhood adversity, education policy reform, and youth violence and problem behaviors. Latest newsletter available on site
View from Duke Chapel
Quarterly publication including upcoming and recent events at Duke Chapel, reflections from the Dean and Assistant Dean, and profound influence stories. Newsletters are mailed quarterly to the Friends of Duke Chapel, and available for download online. For information about becoming a Friend, please contact Lucy Worth at email@example.com
Web site features latest news from Duke University Development
Quarterly newsletter highlighting common health concerns and current treatments from Duke University Health System. Includes community education events, clinical trials. Free subscriptions available.
Ten-Fourteen is a monthly online newsletter for employees, families and friends of the Duke University Police Department. Also, to receive a daily e-mail of significant incidents, sign up for the "policenews" listserv by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave subject line blank and type subscribe policenews in the first line of the body of the message.
Duke University Hospital ECHO
Monthly employee publication includes hospital and operational news, initiatives, employee spotlights. For information, e-mail email@example.com.
Duke University Press eBuzz mail notification list
Other Duke Press announcements and news on web site
Humanities at Duke
Weekly e-mail listing of humanities-related public campus events. Sponsored by the Franklin Humanities Institute at the John Hope Franklin Center. Supplemented with several additional e-mails a week highlighting particular events. To sign up for the listserv, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
In The Wings
A periodic newsletter for alumni and development staff working in the wings to strengthen Duke and build community among its alumni and supporters.
Law School E-News
Newsletter covering news and events for alumni and friends.
Medical Center and Health System INSIDE DUMC and DUHS
Biweekly newsletter for faculty and staff at Duke University Medical Center and Health System. New issues available on web site.
Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions
Nicholas Institute Update, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutionsâ monthly electronic newsletter, is filled with helpful information and links for the latest reports, new mentions, videos and other news involving the Institute.
Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences News
Latest news available on web site.
Pratt School of Engineering e-Press Newsletter
Monthly newsletter covering research, news and student activities inbiomedical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, and mechanical engineering and materials science. New issues available on web site.
Sanford School of Public Policy
Sanford Insights is the biannual print newsletter from Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy, covering research, events and public policy issues. New and archived issues available on website, http://www.sanford.duke.edu. To subscribe to the print newsletter, please e-mail email@example.com. The Sanford Memo is a bimonthly e-newsletter targeted at alumni of the Sanford School. New and archived editions are available on the Sanford School website. Use this online form to sign up.