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The Chronicle
From CIEMAS to Costa Rica: Duke designs study abroad program for Pratt studentsto measure volcanic eruptions and identify different types of bird species. A
From CIEMAS to Costa Rica: Duke designs study abroad program for Pratt students
The Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
to measure volcanic eruptions and identify different types of bird species. A new study-abroad program this year gives Pratt School of Engineering students the opportunity to explore volcanos and observe birds in Costa Rica while still... Read more
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The Chronicle
Faculty, admins reflect on School of Medicine progress under Nancy Andrewsand solving complex, real world problems,” she wrote. MEDx—an 2015 initiative
Faculty, admins reflect on School of Medicine progress under Nancy Andrews
The Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
and solving complex, real world problems,” she wrote. MEDx—an 2015 initiative involving the School of Medicine and the Pratt School of Engineering—represents one of those interdisciplinary collaborations that has aligned research efforts... Read more
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The Chronicle
'It either works or it doesn't': Female deans discuss overcoming adversity and becoming leadersoccupied by men complicates that journey in several respects. Johnna Frierson,
'It either works or it doesn't': Female deans discuss overcoming adversity and becoming leaders
The Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
occupied by men complicates that journey in several respects. Johnna Frierson, director of diversity and inclusion at the Pratt School of Engineering and an attendee, asked the deans how to combat negative stereotypes of women in leadership. The... Read more
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The Chronicle
Handheld device created by Duke researchers improves imaging of children's retinaswho also received his Ph.D. from Duke in 2016, was the principal author of the
Handheld device created by Duke researchers improves imaging of children's retinas
The Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
who also received his Ph.D. from Duke in 2016, was the principal author of the study, which included researchers from the Pratt School of Engineering and the Duke Eye Center who helped craft the novel device. Researchers hope the high-definition... Read more
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The Chronicle
Welcome back, look forwardwill be Professor Ravi Bellamkonda, formerly of the Georgia Institute of Techno
Welcome back, look forward
The Chronicle / Posted 28 days ago
will be Professor Ravi Bellamkonda, formerly of the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dean Bellamkonda will head the Pratt School of Engineering, seeking to, in his words, move the engineering curriculum away from ‘content-mastery’ and... Read more

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