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The inaugural class of students on Duke Kunshan University’s master of environmental policy (iMEP) program have arrived on the Duke University campus to continue their studies. 

In what type of course might a student, in their first semester of university, encounter the Declaration of Independence, Confucian classics, Angela Davis’ protest speech, Mark Twain’s travelogues, David Henry Huang’s play “Chinglish” and the Book of Genesis?

John Aniekan Lewis '22 from Nigeria says from an early age he was encouraged to explore and step out of his boundaries.

Chinese student Duan Zhou, Class of 2019, talks about why he chose to pursue a master's degree at Duke Kunshan and his field work experience in Tanzania, where he carried out research on reducting alcohol-related injury.

Education leaders and their institutions should collaborate - even with rivals, Noah Pickus, dean of undergraduate curricular affairs and faculty development at Duke Kunshan, argues in a article co-authored with Matthew Rascoff for Inside Higher Ed.