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We’ll be showing Public Trust, a conservation documentary, on the Grainger Hall rooftop.
Event to educate students on the candidates running for office in the upcoming election.
Interested in marketing? McKinney is an A-List Advertising Agency located right here in Durham! Join us for an in-person visit to the McKinney offices to learn more about a career in marketing at McKinney. Rides to and from the office will be reimbursed. Members will receive 2 attendance points!
A panel discussion with NSOE MEM international alumni to guide current international students navigating careers within different specializations of MEM.
Have you wondered how your college major shapes the way that we engage the world, open career paths, and frame questions about our life’s purpose? Your choice of a major can lead to any number of paths in your life and a career. Most Duke graduates have pivots, turns, and twists in their own careers and lives. Join the Faculty Fellows, Academic Guides, & Duke Alumni in the Quads for a fun,…
Have you thought about how people see you online? As the world continues to use virtual interactions, personal branding is crucial in shaping how people perceive you. Join us for a social media and personal branding master class with an interactive review of students’ online presences. Audrey Fenske, T’09 is an award-winner dancer and choreographer. With degrees in Developmental Psycholog…
The Duke Catholic Center will be cooking breakfast casseroles to bring to St. Joseph’s were we share breakfast with our neighbors experiencing homelessness.
An uplifting event that celebrates Black Women Excellence with a mindful ted talk.
Come enjoy fall-themed treats, and get tips and tricks for Spring 2023 book bagging at our October GBM!
Weekly dinner and gathering for Few residents in the Brodhead Center to build community and belonging among residents as well as support the social, residential, and intellectual life of the Quad. A regular rotation of faculty, university leadership, and residence life staff will join. Free dessert will be provided and attendees will earn President’s Quad Cup points for their Quad.
A free and open workshop for all Duke Students to provide the opportunity for students to learn dance in a safe/open environment. Will offer two sessions, one for beginners and one for intermediate/advanced dancers.
A presentation and discussion to follow with NC State William C. Friday Distinguished University Professor Walt Wolfram about language diversity, awareness, and discrimination at Duke and higher education at large. Why are some types of English more “desired” in higher education than others?