Faculty can find strategies and information at the Flexible Teaching website.
The university welcomes and encourages community participation in many events that have been moved to virtual settings and remain open to the public, including:
- Duke Arts virtual events
- Science & Society Coronavirus Conversations
- Duke Chapel worship services and events
- Duke Chapel carillon daily recital
- Nasher Museum virtual exhibits and events
- Duke Gardens home gardening series
Please see the Duke Events Calendar for current listing of events.
While Duke is supportive of continuing long-term remote or hybrid work arrangements where appropriate, the primary responsibility for decisions regarding future work arrangements will remain with the deans and vice presidents for their respective schools and departments. Those interested in a long-term remote or hybrid work arrangement should discuss the option with their supervisor to determine if such an arrangement is suitable and appropriate.
For information and tips on how to work remotely, visit remotework.duke.edu.