Duke International

Many members of the Duke community participate in work that transcends national borders, engaging in broad issues relevant on a global scale. Faculty members at the Nicholas School for the Environment conduct research and courses concentrating on the world’s oceans and marine conservation needs worldwide. Duke’s Center on Globalization, Governance and Competitiveness studies globalization and its effects on entrepreneurship, environment and health across countries and continents. The Duke University Center for International and Area Studies oversees several area studies centers focusing on particular world regions, languages and cultures. The university also offers dozens of Massive Open Online Courses, allowing Duke faculty to engage with students from many world regions simultaneously.

Students at Great Wall of China
June 9, 2017

The Duke Global Baton starts another summer of travel with members of the Duke community.

April 20, 2017

Students share what it means to be global at Duke's annual "Springternational" event.