Rochelle Schwartz-Bloom, Professor of Pharmacology and Director, Duke Center for Science Education, and RISE (Raising Interest in Science Education) directed undergraduate students in Pharmacology 197/198 to develop an immersive 3D virtual interactive model to teach …

Gary Gereffi, Sociology, Arts & Sciences Project Description In Gereffi’s Marketing and Management capstone course, undergraduate students collect and analyze data involving several key North Carolina industries, helping Gereffi and his team (the Center on …

Trudi Abel, History, Arts & Sciences Project Description “How do they connect? The past and the present?” CIT provided Trudi Abel with funding and student support to create digital versions of historic maps of Durham …

Victoria Szabo, Program Director for Information Science + Information Studies, Arts & Sciences Project description ISIS (Information Science + Information Studies) explored Second Life for teaching and learning. Students studied virtual worlds as social phenomena …

Rochelle Schwartz-Bloom, Director, Duke Center for Science Education Director, RISE (Raising Interest in Science Education) Professor of Pharmacology Project Description The major goal of the project was to develop an immersive 3D virtual model to …

Kenneth E. Glander, Professor and DGS Biological Anthropology and Anatomy, Arts & Sciences Project description To introduce authentic research methods and give students practice in research, students in the Methods Primate Field Ecology course used …