Through one-on-one advising, we work with you to incorporate global and civic opportunities into your academic plan. We guide you as you explore the options before you, reflect on the experiences behind you and integrate all your classes, activities and experiences into your Duke education. 



Advisors' Advice

Advisors' Advice: Meet with the Humanities DAE

In addition to advising from our directors of academic engagement for global and civic opportunities, the Academic Advising Center offers you the opportunity to work with our new DAE for the arts and humanities, Dr. Jules Odendahl-James. No matter what your major or planned career path, Dr. Odendahl-James can advise you on ways to integrate meaningful humanities experiences—including research opportunities—into your academic life at Duke. Request an appointment by emailing Dr. Odendahl-James or by calling the AAC at (919) 684-6217.

Advisors' Advice: Take a House Course

House Courses are half-credit, satisfactory/unsatisfactory courses open to all undergraduates and led by a faculty member or current Duke undergraduates under faculty supervision. Topics cover a wide variety of subjects and change every semester. Check out this semester's list of house courses.

Program Highlight: New Summer Study Away Programs

The Global Education Office is now accepting applications for Summer 2015 Duke In programs. There are 30 programs from which to choose, including two new offerings, Duke in Alaska and Duke Neuroeconomics in China: Duke in Alaska: This four-week, one-course program focuses on the major-biomes, conservation issues and human-environment interactions of Alaska. Participants will spend time in and gain familiarity with three major environmental regions within the state: temperate rainforest of the southeastern Alaskan panhandle, the boreal forest as represented around Anchorage and the Arctic tundra of the North Slope north of Fairbanks. Duke Neuroeconomics in China: This six-week,…

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