News & Events
Duke Faculty on Haiti
Duke professors share their expertise with media about the history and conditions in Haiti.
Deborah Jenson on Haiti's History and Recovery - April 26, 2010
A professor of French studies and Romance studies at Duke in an "Office Hours" interview April 23.
Duke Conference to Explore Preserving Haitian History - April 20, 2010
Historians and librarians will discuss how to reconstruct Haiti's archives.
Haiti Diary -- Sights and Sounds of Survival - March 03, 2010
Video taken by a Duke relief team during its 10-day mission to Haiti shows glimmers of hope and recovery amid the rubble.
Message from OSAF to Undergraduates - March 01, 2010
During the final week of tenting in K-ville, the Duke Haiti Relief group seeks donations to send tents to Haiti.
Medical Providers Recruited for Deployment to Haiti - February 22, 2010
Family Health Ministries, a partner of the Duke Global Health Institute, is organizing the deployment of six medical relief teams in the next month and a half.
Perkins photo exhibit honors people of Haiti - February 19, 2010
Photographs and documents will be on display on the 2nd floor of Bostock through March 31.
Haiti Diary-Duke Med on a Mission: Hearty thanks from PIH - February 15, 2010
Joia Mukherjee, medical director of Partners in Health, thanks Dr. Dzau and Duke Medicine for sending a team to Haiti.
Haiti Diary-Duke Med on a Mission: Helping limb loss patients - February 15, 2010
Nancy Payne, an advanced clinical practice nurse who works with limb loss patients, talks about the challenges and rewards of helping people in earthquake-stricken Haiti.
Haiti Diary-Duke Med on a Mission: Making a difference, one patient at a time - February 15, 2010
Members of Duke Medicine's relief team in Haiti talk about their work with earthquake survivors.