Duke Architecture - Sanford Institute of Public Policy

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Sanford Institute of Public Policy model


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Opened in 1994 and named for former Duke president, N.C. governor and U.S. senator Terry Sanford, the Sanford School of Public Policy’s main building offers a striking architectural contrast to the Duke Law School located just across Science Drive. The building‘s unique open design houses programs devoted to public policy, government, leadership, philanthropy, ethics, journalism and international development.




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