The Duke University Center for International & Global Studies (DUCIGS) provides funding for full-time undergraduate Duke students to complement their classwork with research experience in different social and cultural settings. In the 2018 competition, sixteen undergraduate students received travel grants from DUCIGS. They submitted proposals for focused overseas academic research of a minimum of four weeks' duration. Their projects were designed to further their knowledge of a particular country or world region.
2018: From the field
Allison JAMES - Guatemala (Duke 2020) - Chemistry; Global Health minor
Julia M. Whitehead and Peter M. Miller Endowment Fund
"On May 20, 2018, we arrived at the Instituto Indígena Nuestra Señora del Socorro in San Andres Semetabaj, Guatemala to implement the Duke Desarrolla Women’s STEM Empowerment program. During the first three days of our stay, ... ( JAMES ) “