Bass Connections is a new university-wide initiative that links faculty and students to respond to complex challenges through problem-focused educational pathways and project teams.

In the News

Bass Connections in Global Health Nurse Anesthesia Distance Learning in Ghana team heads to Ghana to "roll-out" a distance-based, executive style degree completion program for Ghanaian nurse anesthetists. Check out Brett Morgan's latest blog post to see what this team is up to this year!

Emma Zhao with Bass Connections Juntos Digital Health Intervention team discusses both the social and health issues of conquering HIV and how people must come together to fight the disease, and the discrimination, oppression, and prejudices that it creates. Read more about Emma's experience and her team's work in her latest blog post here

Bass Connections in Energy team LIT HoMES (Leveraging Individual Transitions into Homeownership to Motivate Energy Savings)'s research presented at the The Low-Income Forum on Energy Conference has been published in Energy Research & Social Science. Read their publication here.

 

Announcements

You studied away...now what? The Duke Global Education Office along with the Duke Career Center want to welcome you back to campus by providing an interactive workshop with speakers and resources on how to convey the impact of your summer or semester away in graate school applications or during internship/job interviews.

Find Bass Connections there from 6-7:30pm at McClendon Tower 5. Free refreshments!

RSVP here: http://buff.ly/1uoAwM5

Bring your friends on Tuesday, September 23rd, for "Health and Mental Health as Children Grow Up" with Prof. Jane Costello. 6:00pm @ the SSRI space of Gross Hall, 2nd floor. 

Join Professor Costello in a discussion about her work integrating developmental science and epidemiologywith the goal of improving the understanding, treatment, and prevention of psychiatric disorders in childhood and adolescence.

With free pizza!