Interdisciplinary Communities at Duke
Building Interdisciplinary Communities at Duke
A Look Back with Susan Roth
On Thursday, May 14, Susan Roth and Ed Balleisen held a discussion about interdisciplinary communities at Duke.
Professor Roth came to Duke University in 1973 as an assistant professor, and is currently a professor in the Department of Psychology and Neurosciences. She served as chair of that department from 1999-2002, and worked as special assistant in both the President's and the Provost's offices following her term as…...Read More
Edward J. Balleisen is Duke's Vice Provost for Interdisciplinary Studies, as well as Professor of History and Public Policy. Balleisen has written widely on the historical intersections among law, business, and policy in the United States, as well as the evolution of American regulatory institutions and contemporary debates on regulatory…...Read More