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What are your predictions for Duke over the next 100 years?

Staff, faculty and retirees share their vision for Duke's next century

Ana Anderson

Investment Manager
Duke Management Company

“We must not get comfortable with our success. We must always strive to be better than last year, better than yesterday. We should let the Duke core values guide us in everything that we do.”

Arthur Huang 

Financial Management Analyst III
Central Finance, Division of Student Affairs 

“Innovation and technology should be a focus for Duke’s next 100 years. That will involve proactively looking for new technologies that can make work more efficient and help us keep pace with other elite universities. And it will take training, adapting to change and an understanding that we’re all on the same team.”

Summer Granger

Clinical Research Coordinator

Urogynecology Clinical Research Team

“I hope Duke will continue to foster a relationship with the Durham community.”

Steven Hensen

Retired Librarian
Duke University Libraries

“The students are the future of  Duke and, if current trends continue, I see nothing but continued success and growth for Duke.”

Jasmine Hughes


Special Programs

“I would love to see more interdisciplinary courses that involve the humanities, arts, science, and medicine. If you don’t have these collaborative interdisciplinary programs, you can halt the process of science, halt the process of advancement of medicine because you don’t get to think of things from a different perspective.”

Jen Ricano

Research Technician II
Duke Anesthesiology

“I think the students will be playing more pivotal roles in shaping Duke's future, possibly more so than they have in the past.”

Marianne Chanti-Ketterl

Assistant Professor
Duke Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

“I hope the next 100 years bring a more transparent, just and representative university where we all experience a strong sentiment
of belonging. I also hope we become more environmentally friendly across all sectors of campus.”

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