Team members in Madagascar.
August 14, 2022

This is the first of a three-part series of reflections from a Bass Connections team working in Madagascar this summer. read more about It Takes a Village: Conservation and Research in Rural Madagascar »

Kelsey Graywill.
August 5, 2022

Duke graduate Kelsey Graywill reflects on her experiences with undergraduate research and a collaboration to improve patient outcomes at Mulago Hospital in Uganda. read more about Alumni Spotlight: Collaborative Research at the Intersection of Neuroscience and Ethics »

Health Policy & Innovation.
July 25, 2022

The Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy will administer the theme, which will be led by Beth Gifford (Public Policy). read more about New Bass Connections Theme Invites Faculty and Students to Improve Healthcare in the U.S. »

Two women talking about research and the brain.
July 18, 2022

Browse highlights from a series of essays, interviews and testimonials from faculty, staff and students associated with the program. read more about Exploring the Impact of Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Research Through Bass Connections »

New faculty chairs headshots.
July 13, 2022

Faculty chairs include Tyson Brown (Sociology), Jay Pearson (Public Policy), Amy Schmid (Biology) and Gavin Yamey (Global Health). read more about Four Faculty Newly Appointed to Endowed Bass Connections Professorships »

Hadeel Hamoud headshot.
June 30, 2022

Recent graduates Sama Elmahdy and Hadeel Hamoud describe the challenges and opportunities around the expansion of basic services during the pandemic. read more about Examining Access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Egypt and Sudan »

Research team members Becca Horan, Claire Huang and Maddie Paris after presenting their project.
June 27, 2022

Recent graduates Maddie Paris and Claire Huang reflect on how their passion for science education informs their work on ocean conservation. read more about Evaluating Education Programs for Marine Conservation »

Nima Agah headshot.
June 26, 2022

Law student Nima Agah discusses what rights people have to protect their privacy while still cooperating in the public effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. read more about Where Does My Data Go? Privacy Implications of COVID-19 Contact Tracing »

Sophie and Ainsley holding brains.
June 22, 2022

Recent graduates Sophie Hurewitz and Ainsley Buck reflect on three years of research on early childhood health and wellbeing in North Carolina. read more about Ensuring Equitable Access to Autism Screening for Children in North Carolina »

People looking at a computer demo.
June 17, 2022

Take a look at the impact of the Bass Connections EHD theme on the Duke and Durham communities and beyond. read more about Celebrating Nine Years of Research in Education and Human Development »