Together Duke is pleased to announce the Duke Graduate Summer Academy, which offers online short courses that introduce Duke graduate students (both doctoral and masters) and postdoctoral fellows to skills, tools, and knowledge that augment their regular coursework/research. These short courses help emerging scholars prepare for high-level research, innovative teaching, leadership, and/or public engagement.
Courses in the Duke Graduate Summer Academy cover topics not typically included in a graduate curriculum, or that provide an intensive introduction for graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who might not have the time or inclination to pursue a full course in a subject. Instructors are Duke faculty members as well as highly trained Duke staff members.
The goals of the CCT program are to facilitate and recognize graduate students’ completion of:
- Sustained, systematic pedagogical training that promotes
- current best practices in teaching and learning,
- appropriate use of instructional technology, and
- systematic assessment of student learning outcomes
- A reflective teaching practice including peer observation
The Global Health Doctoral Certificate provides opportunities for highly motivated students from across Duke to engage in the field of global health through a combination of coursework, field-based research and engagement with peers and faculty.
On-demand access to the mentoring, tools, and support you need to be successful in the Academy
Learning in Leadership at Carolina (LILAC)