Booster Shots Required
Duke will require all students and employees to provide proof of receiving the COVID-19 booster shot by 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2022, or within 28 days of their eligibility under CDC and state guidelines, whichever date is later.
Anti-Racism at Duke
Duke is committed to addressing systemic racism on campus and setting an example for the nation and the world. The Anti-Racism at Duke website will be a central repository of information about Duke's anti-racism work.
Duke@Work is a self-service web site that offers faculty and staff the ability to view pay statements, update personnel information, and review benefit selections and retirement plan balances.
Remote Working Arrangements
The workplace has changed, and remote working arrangements have become a permanent feature for many departments and staff at Duke. Learn how to make these arrangements work for you.
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2021 Veterans Day Ceremony
Today, there are approximately 19 million U.S. veterans, according to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, including approximately 1,400 staff and faculty at Duke who have served or are serving in the United States Armed Forces, and an additional 680 Duke students have served or have current military affiliations. Duke hosted an in-person Veterans Day ceremony at 11 a.m. Nov. 11 on the lawn in front of Duke University Chapel.
Making a Difference
If a Duke faculty or staff member has gone above and beyond the expectations of his or her job to help you, a patient, a customer, or a coworker, let them know how much you appreciate them on the Making a Difference blog.