Duke students from all levels and schools are invited to learn more about opportunities to participate on a 2022-2023 Bass Connections project team through our virtual fair. Interested students should start by reading the full project descriptions for teams of interest (linked below). Many project teams will also be hosting their own Zoom information session during the weeks of January 24 and January 31 and/or providing a brief video overview of their team. Teams have also provided a point of contact (POC) for questions. Please review the available information and attend the team’s information session (if offered) before reaching out to the team’s POC.
Students can also learn more by viewing the recordings from our general information sessions. Each session included a 15-minute presentation on how the program works, key features of project teams and benefits for students, as well as a panel of students who shared their project team experiences.
- Recording for Session 1 (panelists included Elaijah Lapay (Program II ’24); Kishen Mitra (Biomedical Engineering ’24); Krista Pipho (Ph.D. in Genetics and Genomics); and Bea Schleupner (Biology ’22))
- Recording for Session 2 (panelists included Ishika Gupta (Psychology ’23); Brianna Joyce (Public Policy Studies; Global Health ’22); Ekta Patel (Ph.D. in Environmental Policy); Emma Rand (Medieval & Renaissance Studies; Environmental Science & Policy ’22); and William Zhao (Economics; Mathematics ’23))
- General Information Session PowerPoint Slides
The deadline for applications is February 11 at 5:00 p.m. EST.