USP in the News

USP in the News

Tamra Nebabu, Pratt 2017: Research on Light in Small Scales

By On May 11, 2017

Graduating senior, Tamra Nebabu, Pratt 2017, is featured in Duke Today’s series on Senior Stories for the Class of 2017.  Click here for the full story from Duke Today on “Research on… Read More

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Uni Austin Tate Plays Achates in First Ever Performance of Musical Version of “The Aeneid”

By On April 7, 2017

Junior undergraduate University Scholar Austin Tate (far right in above photo) straddles two worlds.  By day, he is a mechanical engineering major, minoring in visual media studies.  By night, he is Achates,… Read More

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Underwater Biology with USP Grad Consul Eleanor Caves on Cleaner Shrimp Vision

By On November 21, 2016

University Scholar Graduate Consul Eleanor Caves conducts her research underwater studying the visual ecology between cleaner shrimp and client fish.  Eleanor’s research was the subject of a Duke News & Communication video… Read More

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USP Seminar Host Dr. Charles Gersbach’s Lab Makes Global Headlines on CRISPR Research

By On January 14, 2016

On November 18, 2015, the University Scholars Program hosted Dr. Charles Gersbach on “Redesigning Genomes for Science, Medicine, and Biotechnology.” Dr. Gersbach is an Associate Professor at Duke University in the Departments… Read More

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Campaign Stop 2016 Features University Scholars

By On November 13, 2015

            Duke Today featured a story on November 10th highlighting a new digital media project about the 2016 election campaign season, Campaign Stop 2016.  The site includes… Read More

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Graduate University Scholar Peggy Liu’s research featured in Washington Post

By On September 28, 2015

The FDA’s new food labels could make you fatter. Here’s why. This article originally appeared in the September 15, 2015 edition of The Washington Post. By Steven Dallas, Peggy Liu and Peter… Read More

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From $0 to $9M In Two Years: Dukies Change Face of E-Waste Recycling

By On September 28, 2015

As co-founders of Smart Metals Recycling just outside Charlotte, former Duke students Shelly Li and Arun Karottu are tackling e-waste head on. By Ibanca Anand, @IbancaAnand Ibanca Anand is a second-year student… Read More