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MIDS is now accepting applications

Want to work in the field of data science? Choose Duke MIDS. Why? Because we offer interdisciplinary training, exposure to data-driven problems in a variety …

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Why do people vote the way they do?

D. Sunshine Hillygus, professor of political science at Duke and director of the Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology at SSRI, is studying voter surveys in …

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Racial Healing, Hope, and “The Solidarity Dividend”

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MIDS Career Fair

The Duke Master in Interdisciplinary Data Science and Master in Statistical Science programs are teaming up to provide an in-person Career Fair on November 4, 2022. This …

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The Durham Arts Council has become a special place

Over the summer, Dr. Jessica Sperling’s 10-year-old daughter, Eve Smokoski, wanted to write a song. Using Taylor Swift music as the backdrop, Eve began researching …

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Reclaiming Southern History and Narrative

Have you registered for MDC’s State of the South series, True South: Reclaiming Southern History and Narrative at Durham’s Hayti Heritage Center and at NC …

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DPI and NC Collaboratory address COVID’s impact on Student Learning

Teachers decide to leave the classroom for a multitude of reasons (e.g., low pay, teacher working conditions, lack of career advancement, stress/burnout, etc.). Following the …

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Alumni Spotlight: Joaquin Menendez, MIDS 2020

Q: Joaquin, you were enrolled in the first year of MIDS. That must have been exciting but also a bit scary since you didn’t know …

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EHD Bass Connections

Celebrating Nine Years of Research in Education and Human Development

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What is high-dosage tutoring and why does the state’s investment in it matter?

Last week, the Campaign for Grade-Level Reading held a national conversation about high-dosage tutoring, an evidence-based intervention for learning loss. On the panel — along with leaders from national …

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