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

News

Seeking to fill the gap in our understanding of the onset and progression of Alzheimer’s disease in women, a Bass Connections team is examining whether exercise at specific stages of a female’s life is more or less effective in protecting the brain against the cognitive loss and pathology associated with both normal aging and neurodegenerative disease.

We invite the Bass Connections community to recognize graduate students and postdocs who have made tremendous contributions to the success of a team as well as to individual students on the team.

Published by Duke’s student-run Global Energy Access Network (GLEAN), the volume strives to illuminate energy access challenges and potential solutions within specific community contexts.

Events

Mar 06
Angela Zoss and Eric Monson

This workshop will cover basic considerations for designing effective academic posters, including use of color, layout, fonts/typography, and software choices. Hands-on activities throughout the workshop will also help participants gain comfort with how to apply general principles to the design of a real poster. 

Apr 04
Angela Zoss and Eric Monson

This one-hour workshop will cover basic design tips for effective posters. There won't be any hands-on exercises, but you'll learn about organizing your content, limiting your text, adding graphics to increase the visual appeal, choosing colors and preparing for the actual session.

Apr 04
Angela Zoss and Eric Monson

Are you designing a poster for the end of the semester? Need some feedback on the design, amount of content, etc.? Sign up for a slot during this feedback session.