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 Energy LIT HoMES team: Where do science, communication, and learning intersect to meet a diverse audience? Find out here in their latest blog post!

Public Policy Major Ishan Thakore with the Global Health NC Latino Health Project visits the inaugural LGBTQ Latino health forum, hosted by El Centro Hispano. Although the turnout was modest, their ambitions are anything but. Read more from Ishan and the team here

Bass Connections students are both researching and creating massive open online course offerings (MOOCs) to expand the mix of in-person and online education at Duke. Read more here from the Duke Chronicle. 


Join Bass Connections: Education & Human Development and Prof. Clara Muschkin for "Implications of Early Education for Academic Outcomes in Elementary School" on Tuesday, December 2nd at 6pm.

Every state, county, and city has its own educational funding issues, and they all implement different educational and social programs on different timelines. How do we understand the impact of all of these programs on individuals and on entire communities? 


Join Bass Connections and representatives from the following Duke programs Tuesday, December 2nd from 6-7pm in Perkins 217 for the Summer Research Information Session!

Representatives and info from Duke programs, including:

Duke alum Alison Taylor (T '83), vice president for sustainability at Siemens Corporation, will discuss her career path and provide advice for developing a career in energy! 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Gross Hall 100A. Registration is required.