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Come one, come all! See Oscar Wilde’s classic satire, The Importance of Being Earnest — complete with romance, scandal, deception, utter nonsense, and maybe even some cucumber sandwiches.
Start planning your Duke summer experience at this year’s Duke Summer Experiences Fair on Tuesday, November 8th from 11 am – 2 pm at the Penn Pavilion. Drop in and speak with program experts for 50+ Duke undergraduate opportunities. Opportunities include internships, research, civic engagement, and more! A sample of participating programs include DukeEngage, Bass Connections, Career Center …
Finance Events Committee Meeting weekly meeting room
Fall 2022 Deloitte Foundation Core Consulting Series! We are excited to bring the Deloitte Foundation Core Consulting Series to the Duke Campus this fall! Through training and a simulated consulting session, participants will learn how to approach a challenge from a consulting lens. Students will receive training on client presentations, hypothesis-based consulting, and/or data visualizatio…
Come join us for connecting with the Brazilian community on campus! We expect to have food in some weeks, but not all of them. If we are ordering, we will let you know in advance 😉
A Duke Admissions officer will come speak to our tutees about the college admissions process to help them support their children through the process
The Duke Impact Investing Group’s Consulting division will be holding its semesterly GBM for division members.
Encompasses all volunteering trips for BBBS mentors at Duke. In a given trip, a mentor will drive to KIPP Durham, meet with their matched student (“Little”) for 1 hour, and then drive back to campus.
Breakfast at the Nicholas School for our Members to get together and destress from midterms
DukeFish is hosting NOAA research scientist James Morris on 11/9 at DUML! Join for coffee and a chance to chat and learn more about James and his career and what it’s like to work at NOAA.
The Alexander Hamilton Society is thrilled to host Erica Weinthal on campus to discuss pressing environmental issues in the Middle East. The speaking event will discuss how water and energy resources are targeted and leveraged in conflicts. It will also explore how environmental terrorism is used as a tool to influence civilian populations through multiple case studies, e.g., Syria, Yemen, Isra…
During this meeting, we’ll check in to see how volunteering has been going!