Dr. Kenneth Lyle has developed a program of community chemistry education that fires the scientific imagination in students of all ages. Share Chemistry with the community through demos at your school, science fair, youth group, etc.
Undergrad, grad, and faculty volunteers from the Chemistry Department will be doing demonstrations, shows, and making chormatography butterflies and other activities for visitors of all ages.
Chemistry 180 is about the opportunity for you, the student, to share your interest in and enthusiasm for science, specifically chemistry, with the general populace residing within the communities surrounding Duke University. .
A hallmark of the Duke Chemistry summer research experience is that undergraduates are fully integrated into the culture of the department through relationships not only with their faculty Primary Investigator (PI) and lab, but also with assigned graduate student mentors.
BOOST is an exciting new, multi-dimensional program designed to excite young students — particularly under-represented minorities — about science and inspire them to pursue careers in medicine and related fields.
The NC Project SEED program runs from mid-June to mid-July each summer at Duke University. Rising juniors and seniors in high school with a chemistry background or future academic plan are invited to join a graduate research lab in the Department of Chemistry. Students from outside of the Triangle area are invited to live on-campus, ensuring their experience allows a full spectrum experience of life at a research university.
InnoWorks is an innovative science and engineering initiative “By Students, For Students,” designed and implemented by college volunteers for middle-school students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Duke Chemistry is proud to support the North Caroline Museum of Life and Science by donating liquid nitrogen to the The Lab for demonstrations of Super Cool Fun With Liquid Nitrogen.
The Duke University Children's Defense Fund Freedom Schools® program launched in Summer 2011 to serve the 60 students who participated in the 2010-11 Afterschool Reading Academy, building upon the academic intervention provided during the school year.