In The Media - Archive 2011
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allAfrica.com June 22. First Lady Michelle Obama talks about journalist Robyn Kriel, a Media Fellow at Sanford this spring, in her speech in Soweto.
Huffington Post.com. May 24. A recent study that finds an increase in the gap of life expectancy between blacks and whites points to the recession as a possible cause, while Professor Sherman James cites "John Henryism," the tendency to work harder to counteract stereotypes as a contributing factor.
Durham Herald-Sun. May 5. Three Sanford professors discuss what will change in the Post-Bin Laden world.
The Durham Herald-Sun. April 26. Two public policy majors, Alex Reese and Catalina Hidalgo, worked on research projects on education as part of a collaboration between the Durham Public Schools and the Center for Child and Family Policy.
Durham Herald-Sun. May 5. Three Sanford professors discuss the implications of the death of Osama Bin Laden.
The Duke Chronicle. March 22. The upcoming TedxDuke conference is being organized by PPS Majors Union President Chelsea Ursaner.
New York Times. Feb. 9, 2011. A report issued by the Triangle Center for Terrorism and Homeland Security is quoted in article about the proposed Congressional hearings on terrorism and Muslim-Americans.
Baomoi.com. Jan. 21, 2011. Duke University, Vietnam National University and GE Foundation signed an agreement to develop a Master of Public Policy for Envirnomental Protection at the Vietnam National University. Sanford School professors will collaborate on creating the program.