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October 17, 2016

Jennifer Lamy and her fellow Bass Connections team members spent a day touring local farms to explore differing production styles and animals.

October 17, 2016

George Elliott, a member of the Animal Waste Management and Global Health project team, shares what he took away from the inaugural Carolina Food Summit.

October 13, 2016

With her Bass Connections Follow-on Student Research grant, doctoral student Yuting Song recruited 21 Chinese nursing home residents at different functional levels and explored their care needs related to physical function.

September 27, 2016

Janet Bettger and Catherine Staton are co-leading the Global Alliance on Disability and Health Innovation (GANDHI) Bass Connections team to examine life-altering disabilities from multiple perspectives and cultures.

September 19, 2016

As part of their Bass Connections project team, Professor John French and graduate student Stephanie Reist will take part in an event in Rio de Janeiro.

September 16, 2016

Most of the current Bass Connections project teams are filled, but a few still have openings for this year. Some are open to applicants at all levels, while others seek graduate/professional students and postdocs.

September 15, 2016

As a scientist, I feel a responsibility for the public dissemination of research, which requires communication skills that are often different from those needed for success in one’s field.

September 14, 2016

Bass Connections in Brain & Society teams explore the neuroscience of cognition, emotions, expression and decision-making to tackle complex societal challenges and increase our understanding of what makes us human.

September 12, 2016

“What our team does is quantify the effectiveness of a music therapy program called Voices Together,” said Bass Connections team member Xin Tong Lim. “We came up with a coding scheme, and we’re looking at students with autism in nine classrooms.”

September 8, 2016

A Bass Connections project team brought together Duke faculty and students to explore issues of community and civic engagement with 30 young refugees who attend public schools in Durham.

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