Through Bass Connections, I have had the opportunity to help build and implement a neuroscience curriculum for ninth graders in Durham public schools alongside six other Duke students.
I enjoy being a part of a research team that allows its undergraduate members to be so involved in the project.
It was really fulfilling to see the research process through from start to finish, and I’m grateful to Duke for allowing students to participate in such an innovative and intellectually stimulating program.
The trip ignited my passion for Brazil. It made me realize I want to either work in Brazil or work on issues that impact Brazil and Latin America.
Economics, Global Health
Because North Carolina has one of the largest hog industries in the country, there are tons of waste not being utilized.
Our project gave us a much deeper understanding and appreciation for how policy changes can help move us in the right direction for environmental conservation.
My year on this project team was a great experience. Not only did I learn a ton about social spending in the United States, I also gained research, problem-solving, and presentation skills.