As part of a series showcasing student-led research, we provide an overview of the immersive culture of scholarly exploration at DKU.
Saad Lahrichi celebrates his opening foray into competitive debating with a team win for Duke at the U.S. Universities Arabic Debating Championship.
The new route equips the next generation of physicians, researchers and policymakers for tackling the world’s most pressing health challenges.
Jiaxun Cao earns Global University Film Awards recognition for her documentary “My Bamboo Teacher”, which looks at how a local artist discovered his labor of love.
Duke Kunshan grants tenure to nine professors, who are all tipped for new academic leadership roles in the future.
The Humanities Research Center’s fall conference has a packed program of keynote lectures, student presentations and a private viewing of a Picasso masterpiece.
The Millennium Fellowship puts 12 DKU students at the center of international youth efforts to overcome the world’s most pressing problems such as climate change.
Relief and joy as Duke Kunshan welcomes its first batch of international students to campus since the start of the COVID-19 crisis.
The new undergraduate cohort starting this fall at Duke Kunshan University comprises more than 350 talented students from dozens of countries across five continents.
DKU’s fifth undergraduate class is brimming with dynamic, altruistic students from all over the world, from Japan to Honduras and South Africa to Poland.
DKU environmental science student Aziz Abdullaev is recognized by Major League Hacking for inspiring others to develop life-enhancing apps.
DKU Resilience Research Network hears from professors investigating societal responses to crisis and the self-conscious emotion of shame in medicine.
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