From their first year, Duke undergraduates enjoy opportunities to engage in original research that help them develop essential intellectual skills, mentored by world-class faculty.
The Undergraduate Research Support Office identifies grants and job opportunities for undergraduate projects and summer programs. Summer opportunities for first-, second-, and third-year students are offered through the Howard Hughes Undergraduate Program, the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy, the Pratt School of Engineering, and a variety of departmental programs.
Duke University Graduate School strives to promote responsible research and academic integrity by:
RCR training is a formal requirement of the Ph.D. degree in every department and program of study at Duke. This reflects our expectation that every doctoral candidate will be well qualified to address the growing ethical challenges that arise when teaching or conducting research.