Aneesh Kapur

From Durham to Delhi

July 18, 2007

Aneesh Kapur blogs about his work in India with marginalized people. He was part of a team funded by DukeEngage. Read blog

Caitlin's blog

Voluntary Counseling and Testing in Kenya

July 11, 2007

Caitlin Milligan’s blog describes her experience in a voluntary counseling and testing clinic in Edgerton, Kenya. She was part of a team funded by DukeEngage.

Melinda Gates

Gates' Gifts Spur Health Efforts

March 20, 2007

What do the French Family Science Center, DukeEngage and University HIV/AIDS research centers have in common? Melinda Gates and global health.

Mike Merson

Merson Should Prioritize Student Involvement

November 17, 2006

Nov. 1, Michael Merson became the first director of the newly formed Global Health Institute, a year after a University steering committee recommended the institute’s formation.

Mike Merson

Merson Takes Global Health Institute Helm

November 08, 2006

Buried in the bowels of Trent Drive Hall, amid scaffolding and buckets of paint, lies the start of Duke’s $30-million Global Health Institute. Although the beginning may not be glamorous-with only three staff members and a handwritten paper sign scotch-taped to the wall bearing its name-newly appointed director Michael Merson has grand ambitions for the institute, both in Durham and across the globe.