Exploring the Impact of Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Research Through Bass Connections

In 2013, the first Bass Connections research teams embarked on ambitious projects to tackle real-world challenges ranging from gender inequality in STEM education to children’s mental health to climate policy in the U.S. to rural poverty. Since then, the program has supported nearly 500 interdisciplinary teams and brought together more than 4,000 faculty, students and staff to conduct cutting-edge research spanning dozens of disciplinary fields and world regions.

Your Support Matters!

Make a gift to the Fuqua Annual Fund by December 31, 2022 to fuel the goals of students like Gavin Crawford MBA '23! 

"I received the Keller Scholarship because I am committed to improving the LGBTQ+ community through leadership and service. After coming to Fuqua, I have learned that diversity and inclusion are imperative for success. Together with other Keller Scholars, I am passionate about promoting diversity and inclusion in every community at Fuqua, Duke, and beyond." 

Giving Tuesday 2022!

#GivingTuesday is here! Help us reach Duke's goal of 4,000 donors in 24 hours by making a gift to the Fuqua Annual Fund! Your support--no matter how big or small--supports the next generation of leaders! Go #TeamFuqua! 

Fuqua Around the World 2023

Would you like to host Fuqua Around the World in your city on March 21, 2023? Email by January 5, 2023 to volunteer! #FuquaATW

Professor Rose Selected by University as Bass Chair

Deondra Rose, associate professor of public policy, political science and history in the Sanford School of Public Policy and director of Polis: the Center for Politics, has been named by Duke University as a Bass Chair in recognition of excellence in undergraduate teaching and research.

Rose will be the Kevin D. Gorter Associate Professor, effective July 1 for a five-year term. She will become a lifetime member of the Bass Society of Fellows.