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 team takes classroom learning to General Motors to improve a plant's energy efficiency. Read more here from Duke Today!

Bass Connections team spends time educating and elevating Appalachian girls in Madison County. Read more here from Duke SSRI! 

See the original article here in the Madison County News-Record & Sentinel.

Kenan Institute for Ethics undergraduate and graduate student members of the Rethinking Regulation project's research team met recently with officials at the Chemical Safety Board and National Transportation and Safety Board to conduct interviews as part of their research. Read more from Kenan here!


Work with Bass Connections this fall! We are currently looking for a work study student for our central office. See more info here and apply now!

Interested in education and human development? Want to learn more about this theme? Check out their 2014-15 advising sheet, detailing the many opportunities to get involved this year! 

The Bass Connections Student Advisory Council includes representatives from all student levels and all five Bass Connections Themes. Members of the Student Advisory Council also serve as ambassadors and representatives of Bass Connections, helping to inform the broader Duke community as well as friends of Duke. Apply here now!