The goal of this undergraduate, premedical pilot program is to foster the strength of character, practices, and philosophical foundation necessary for the practice of medicine. Through their participation in the program during the junior and senior years, students will engage with leaders and practitioners from a wide variety of disciplines to develop the skills and insights needed to work in contexts of human suffering, loss, and death.
Students will live together on campus, and housing costs will be covered plus a $2000 stipend. The program will require approximately four hours per day, varying with different activities, so students can continue work part-time in a lab or engage in other on-campus job or research activities.
The program will focus on a range of skill sets and activities, including these:
(participants will primarily be rising juniors and seniors, selected during the spring of their second year at Duke)
February 23, 2018
Notification of Admission Decision:
February 28, 2018
March 6, 2018
Emilia Chiscop-Head, PhD
Senior Manager for Education
North Bldg, Rm 236
Durham, NC 27708