Duke Kunshan’s newest member of faculty, Wen Zhou, has big ambitions to pioneer the field of evolutionary anthropology in China.
Metasebiya Ayele Mamo from DKU’s Class of 2022 is putting the skills she learned at university to use working at a health center in Botswana caring for young people with HIV.
When asked what has impressed her most since joining the Class of 2026 this August at Duke Kunshan University (DKU), Qiushuang Qu didn’t hesitate.
Kamila Mejia Ley joined Duke Kunshan’s Class of 2026 this fall but remains focused on improving young lives in Honduras.
Three students with very different backgrounds and levels of experience embarked on the same transformational journey at Duke Kunshan University.
Baozhen Luo from the Center for the Study of Contemporary China talks about riding the wave of the country’s economic surge since the 1980s.
Duke Kunshan Class of 2022 graduate Ziyu Zhou majored in philosophy but through the university’s interdisciplinary curriculum and internship opportunities found a passion for business
Haibei Zhang shares the life lessons she learned at Duke Kunshan University as she prepares to start a biophysics Ph.D. in the United States.
For Duke Kunshan alumnus Spencer Reeves the road to studying in China began aged just 12 when his school introduced Chinese lessons. Now, with commencement behind him, the Class of 2022 graduate is set to take up a job at Duke University, one of DKU’s founding institutions, as the Sanford School of Public Policy’s first tech policy research and programs fellow.
Bioscience student Yue Yu, from the Class of 2022, starts his Ph.D. at Yale after developing a passion for research at Duke Kunshan.
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