Video Q&A: EVP Daniel Ennis on the Future of Work at Duke

Daniel Ennis, Duke University's new executive vice president, talks about remote work, finances, anti-racism and more

Daniel Ennis, Duke University's new executive Vice President, started his role in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic that has changed much about how the institution functions now and in the future. 

Working@Duke Editor Leanora Minai talked recently with Ennis about some of the changes, including the future of remote work, Duke's financial stability, and efforts to address systemic racism.

Given the reduced numbers of employees on campus during the past year, many have not yet met Ennis. Learn why he chose Duke and what he has in common with the slightly more than 5,000 other staff and faculty who have joined Duke since the beginning of the pandemic. 

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