Bass Connections brings together Duke faculty and students to explore real-world issues in interdisciplinary research teams.


Team members Sophie Haet and Brittney Sullivan reflect on the relationships in research that have formed as a result of the GANDHI project team.

Kirsten Bonawitz received a Bass Connections follow-on grant to build on her research elucidating the role of genetics in the development of late-onset Alzheimer’s disease.

The Global Alliance on Disability and Health Innovation (GANDHI) project examines the systems and policies needed to support patient recovery and transitions in care after an acute illness or injury. Among the 20 student team members are four health professions students and three students who are already working as health professionals.


Feb 25

The 3rd Annual Embodied Learning Summit is part of the Bass Connections project team Mindfulness and Human Development.

Mar 01
Amy Anderson

Amy Anderson, a faculty mentor for PebblePad, will walk you through creating your first portfolio items in PebblePad, plus how to create assignments for students (or others) to complete.

Mar 01
Gary King

A vast literature in computer science and statistics develops methods to automatically classify textual documents into chosen categories.