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This is our post-show group dinner at Good Harvest
SHAPE Theta Chi Training
Join us at the nation’s first-ever student-led alternative proteins conference, hosted by the Duke and UNC chapters of the Good Food Institute’s Alt Protein Project on Friday, April 14. The conference will be held at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business and will feature keynote addresses by Ethan Brown (CEO, Beyond Meat) and T.K. Pillan (Founder, Veggie Grill and PowerPlant Partners),…
Join us for Bob Ross painting with goats as a part of Duke@Nite’s Carpe Diem Days! Boba will be provided!!
Round 1 Recruitment event focused on making Valentine’s Day crafts for medicine, Duke Children’s Hospital, and for friends/PhiDE members.
In this class, we’ll practice using embroidery on paper to highlight the natural beauty of vintage photographs and create a new piece of art. You’ll learn the basics of embroidery and how to use the practice on materials other than fabric. We’ll have materials you can work with, or you can bring your own photos!
Join us in Wekit for our biweekly Gathering!
Come learn about Harmonies for Health! We are a student organization at Duke committed to bringing empathy and kindness to the local healthcare community through music volunteering. Our community partners in Durham include the Hillcrest Convalescent Center near East Campus and Croasdaile Village. We’ll be discussing volunteer opportunities and answering any questions!
Workshop with info and help on your resume and cover letter in the field of environmental/marine sciences! Will be free pasteries 🙂 Zoom also available!
Come learn about what it means to be a member of BOW’s Executive Board and what the application process looks like to join Exec! BOW Exec is a great way for you to build skills in leadership and teamwork, gain professional experiences, and learn more about BOW behind-the-scenes! We will explain the responsibilities of Exec members and detail the different positions that you can apply for. Note…
An event to recognize the seniors a part of Duke Life.
Small groups are like our mini families. It’s a way for us to grow closer with each other as well as explore topics relating to faith, ethnicity, and being a Duke student.