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2020-2021.
January 8, 2020

Duke students from all levels and schools are invited to check out the new Bass Connections projects for 2020-2021. Applications open on January 24 and are due on February 14 by 5:00 p.m. read more about Find a 2020-2021 Bass Connections Project That’s Right for You »


Joyce Huang.
December 16, 2019

Joyce Huang ’22 describes her experience researching energy usage in buildings across campus with her Bass Connections project team. read more about How Much Energy Do Duke Campus Buildings Really Use? »


CPC Fellows.
December 11, 2019

In its first year, the program includes faculty affiliated with six Duke schools and an array of university institutes and initiatives. read more about Meet the Inaugural Cohort of Collaborative Project Courses Faculty Fellows »


Data+ students.
December 10, 2019

Data+ is part of the Bass Connections theme of Information, Society & Culture. Students can apply by February 27; applications will be evaluated on a rolling basis. read more about Spend Your Summer Exploring Data-driven Approaches to Interdisciplinary Challenges »


Sowers and Reapers
December 5, 2019

A Bass Connections project team used oral history, photography and other humanities methodologies to examine environmental justice and migration in Durham. read more about Gardening for Social Change: Exploring Environmental Justice in Durham Gardens »


Bass Connections team members.
November 27, 2019

A Bass Connections project team created an exhibit showing how race and other social determinants influence health disparities in Durham. read more about Bass Connections Team Starts Conversation on How Durham’s History Influences the Health of Its Residents »


Apply now.
November 26, 2019

As the result of a special call for proposals related to immigration, three new Bass Connections project teams will start this spring. Students can apply by December 10. read more about New Project Teams Will Tackle Research Related to Immigration »


Ethan Czerniecki, Daisy Zhan, Charlotte Sussman and Emma Davenport at the Data+ poster session.
November 25, 2019

Building on the work of a Data+ team, a Bass Connections project team is creating a map showing where the deaths of enslaved Africans occurred in the Atlantic; their original data will support a proposal for a Middle Passage memorial. read more about How Do We Remember and Memorialize the Middle Passage? »


Aria Chernik wiith other #IAmCS ambassadors.
November 18, 2019

Aria Chernik and her Bass Connections project team are working with the state to design an open source computer science curriculum for the third, fourth and fifth grades. read more about Duke Faculty and Students Design Open Source Computer Science Curriculum for North Carolina Schools »


Katherine McCusker.
November 12, 2019

A doctoral student received a Bass Connections Student Research Award to analyze aerial and underground images of the ancient city of Vulci. read more about Cutting-edge Imaging Technologies Enable a New View of an Ancient City »


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