Pulitzer Prize winner becomes new head of DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy at Duke University.
Duke University presents a three-day conference on social inquality, starting Tuesday.
A March 19 event in N.C. Central University's student union will feature an advocate for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues.
N.C. Central University will host author Scott Ellsworth, whose new book "The Secret Game" looks at the South's first integrated basketball game.
Tony Kushner, winner of the 1993 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, is appearing March 18 at Duke University's Sanford School of Public Policy.
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District Attorney Roger Echols dropped misdemeanor assault charges Thursday against former UNC basketball player and current Charlotte Hornets rookie P.J. Hairston. The charges stemmed from the alleged assault in July on a Northern High School student during a game of pickup basketball at the downtown Durham YMCA.
Gift, part of Duke Forward campaign, will fund athletics facilties upgrades and the Nasher Museum endowment.
Wendy Scott, a North Carolina Central University law school professor since 2006, will be the new dean at the Mississippi College School of Law on Aug. 11.
Scott served as NCCU's associate dean for academic affairs from 2009 to 2012. Before moving to Durham, she was a professor at Tulane University for 17 years. She's a graduate of Harvard University and New York University Law School.
She's the second woman to lead the Baptist-affiliated Mississippi College's law school.
Duke Medicine researchers identified a new strategy for treating a nerve tissue cancer with modified heparin.
A new exhibit, called "Civil War Medicine," is on display in the Duke University Medical Center Library on Searle Drive.
The exhibit, which runs until September, features rare books, medical instruments, artifacts and historic images and documents from the Rubenstein Library.
Dozens of professors from Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill earned recognition from Thomson Reuters as highly cited researchers. They’re among the top 1 percent most cited for their subject field and year of publication.
Researchers from Duke University and the University of Sydney in Australia have figured out the structure of a key protein that helps make staphylococcus resistant to antibiotics.