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Fall Fest social event for FEMMES+
United in Praise Gospel Choir invites you to come worship with us as we lift up the name of the Lord together!
Interested in learning how you can help build community here at Duke? Join this information session to learn about the impact and expectations for serving in the Resident Assistant position with Housing and Residence Life Staff. Applications are now being accepted for Spring 2023 (November 3rd priority deadline) and for next academic year (January 9th priority deadline). If you have questio…
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.
Students talking with a professor about GIS software and career development
We are raising awareness for breast cancer by providing important information about what it is, who it affects, and how to remain on the lookout. We will also be painting pumpkins pink and placing them around.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a marketer in the legal field? Come meet Lisa Hicks, Digital Marketing Director at the Law Offices of James Scott Farrin. She has worked at JSF for 15 years and has seen the firm grow into one of North Carolina’s largest personal injury firms. Join us in a Q&A session with her to learn more about legal marketing and to learn more about how the law fir…
Come join the Japanese Cultural Club and learn about the history of Japanese Thread: kumihimo and mizuhiki! Traditionally used as decorative ties in the costumes and detailings of the imperial court and shrines, kumihimo is now commonly used for bracelet making. Mizuhiki is the art of wrapping traditional paper cords into beautiful shapes used as decorations on envelopes marking auspicious even…
Duke Undergraduate Energy Club will be kicking off our Energy 101 series for the 2022-23 school year by hosting Professor Tim Johnson of the Nicholas School of the Environment. Professor Johnson will be sharing some lecture-style slides with students with interactive Q&A to follow.
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Dr. Amina Wadud is a world renowned scholar and activist with a focus on Islam, justice, gender and sexuality. After achieving Full Professor she retired from US academia—except as Visiting Researcher to Starr King School for the Ministry, California, USA. After 15 years in retirement she has recently returned to academia as Visiting Professor to the National Islamic University in Jogjakarta, I…