In the Media

September 26, 2018
Medium

Bass Connections team leader Aria Chernik (OSPRI Lab) and undergraduate Justin Sherman (Computer Science ’20) explain their intentions to develop a crowd-sourced course on ethical technology education, Ethical Tech 101.


September 25, 2018
WUNC 91.5

Kim Lyerly, team leader of the Bass Connections team Animal Waste Management and Global Health, discusses the health effects of living close to industrial hog farms.


September 25, 2018
Popular Science

Michelle Nowlin, leader of the Bass Connections team Animal Waste Management and Global Health, discusses the effects of hurricanes on lagoons in industrial scale hog farms.


September 21, 2018
The Chronicle of Higher Education

Efforts to change the Carr Building’s name were supported by a report published by a Bass Connections team called The Construction of Memory at Duke and in Durham.


September 12, 2018
Southerly

Theology doctoral student Ryan Juskus comments on his work with the Restoring Eden Project. He is a member of the Bass Connections project team ACRE-Duke Partnership to Improve Sanitation Access in Lowndes County, Alabama.


September 11, 2018
Helio ITJplus

Professor Greg Gray is quoted about an article he and colleagues published related to their Bass Connections project team, Building Capacity for Surveillance and Diagnosis of Respiratory Viruses in Sarawak, Malaysia.


September 5, 2018
WRAL

Pratt School Dean Ravi Bellamkonda cites Bass Connections summer program Data+ as a key component of efforts to increase undergraduates’ skills in data competency and analytics.


August 29, 2018
WNCU, The Measure of Everyday Life

Professor Aria Chernik talks about her work with Red Hat and students on the Bass Connections project team Open Source Pedagogy, Research + Innovation (OSPRI) Lab.


August 22, 2018
Hyperallergic

Two Bass Connections teams (The Construction of Memory at Duke and in Durham, and Building Duke) bring to light why the Robert E. Lee memorial was taken down and left vacant.


August 17, 2018
The Washington Post

A Bass Connections team, The Construction of Memory at Duke and in Durham, explored such issues and made recommendations.


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