In the Media

January 15, 2020
The Measure of Everyday Life

Professor Sunshine Hillygus reflects on the issues she has been exploring with her Bass Connections project teams (Developing the Political Citizen and Making Young Voters).


November 20, 2019
The Measure of Everyday Life

Libby Dotson ’18 discusses her upbringing in North Carolina and how that led her to her role with the Bass Connections project teams Pocket Colposcope and Integration of Technology and Storytelling to Create a Visual Art Exhibit on Women’s Health.


November 14, 2019
Charlotte Observer

A study conducted by Professor Jonathan Mattingly and his Bass Connections team, Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America, leads to the creation of fairer political maps.


November 13, 2019
The Measure of Everyday Life

Professor Janet Bettger, Sahil Sandhu ’20 and Howard Eisenson of Lincoln Community Health Center discuss their Bass Connections project team, Help Desk: A Student Initiative to Help Address the Social Determinants of Health.


October 25, 2019
OpenSource.com

Bass Connections team leader Aria Chernik joins Mary Hemphill of the NC Department of Public Instruction to discuss the #IAmCS campaign for promoting computer science education.


October 21, 2019
WRAL

Professor Jonathan Mattingly and his Bass Connections team developed a technique that compares the performance of the newly proposed districts to thousands of computer-generated political maps.


October 14, 2019
University of Central Florida

Duke and NCCU students from the Bass Connections project team University-assisted Community Schools traveled to Orlando over fall break to visit two Community Partnership Schools.


September 4, 2019
WUNC

Professor Jonathan Mattingly discusses the impact of the research he advanced through his Bass Connections project team, Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America.


September 3, 2019
News & Observer

Jonathan Mattingly, team leader of the Bass Connections team Gerrymandering and the Extent of Democracy in America, comments on the court's ruling that the political maps violate the North Carolina constitution.


September 2, 2019
Cosmos

Researchers from Duke University and University College London used an AI algorithm developed by Professor Ingrid Daubechies and her Bass Connections team to study one of the world’s great masterpieces, The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb.


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