Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy is pleased to offer a Bass Connections project for the 2018-2019 academic year: Transforming Alzheimer's Disease Care Through Integrating Caregivers.
Applications will open on January 24 and run through February 16 at 5:00 p.m.
Bass Connections is a university-wide initiative that brings students and faculty together to tackle complex societal challenges. Working in interdisciplinary research teams, students at all levels collaborate with faculty, postdocs and outside experts to conduct cutting-edge research. Students gain greater exposure to inquiry across the disciplines, partner with unlikely fellow thinkers and receive sustained mentorship in an ambitious team-based environment.
Bass Connections project teams also engage with a diverse array of local and global partners, including nonprofits, universities, school systems, hospitals, government agencies and private companies.
In 2018-2019, Bass Connections will host more than 50 project teams. Project teams last for two semesters, and some include a summer component. Course credit and summer funding are available.
Bring Your Questions to the Bass Connections Fair on January 24
Stop by the Bass Connections Fair on Wednesday, January 24 from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the Energy Hub on the first floor of Gross Hall. Talk with team leaders, advisors and theme representatives to learn more about the projects and the benefits of participation.
Attend the Bass Connections Information Session on February 9
Want to get insights from current and former participants? Drop by the Bass Connections Info Session on Friday, February 9 from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. in Broadhead Center/West Union Room 067. Hosted by the Bass Connections Student Advisory Council, this info session will feature an overview of Bass Connections as well as a panel of current and former team members. Advisors will be on hand to answer questions.