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“The ACC leadership symposium was a significant opportunity for learning and personal growth and development…”
Ten years of dedication by Duke’s Jewish community led to the opening of the Freeman Center in 1999, a vibrant home for Duke’s Jewish students.
Graduate Professional Student Appreciation Week (GPSAW) events at Duke are an excellent opportunity for students to come together and engage in activities that promote social connections, foster a sense of belonging, and provide opportunities for personal and professional growth. We recognize and appreciate the hard work and contributions of our Duke graduate and professional students and encourage students to engage in the events/initiatives designed specifically for you. All events are open to any Graduate or Professional student at Duke – we can’t wait to see you there! All Week Sunday, March 26 Out of the Darkness campus walk organized by…
Whether you’re staying on campus / in Durham over the winter break or headed elsewhere, remember there are still resources available to you, wherever you are.
Established in 1983, The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture remains a safe, welcoming and supportive space that reflects the core values, culture, mission and perspectives of Duke’s Black community.