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Discuss upcoming fundraiser and International Women’s Day panel!
Dr. Manos will be leading a Wild Ones outing in the Duke Forest this Sunday. We’ll be looking for spotted salamander eggs and lycophyte plants, and it will be a lot of fun! Plan to meet at the Bryan Center Circle at 10:30 AM on Sunday, and please fill out this Google Form if you’re interested in coming. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmOnZr3sdSoa8LkDSJw8qIwBF6bQgVPST7Yj2znzWJI_j3GA/v…
For this event, we will be cooking Okonomiyaki and Takoyaki, staple Japanese Street Foods. Members will also be able to participate in some fun Karaoke while they wait for their turn to cook!
Hi all, InTranscription@Duke is excited to host VP of Computational Biology at Cajal Neuroscience, Ben Lodgson, in a speaker event on Friday March 3, at 7PM EST over Zoom. Cajal Neuroscience is a startup tackling neurodegenerative diseases and raised $96M in the Series A investment round last year. RSVP at https://forms.gle/CM1wm7SieXTeLu8m7.
Come down to Devil’s Krafthouse and enjoy free chips, guac, and drinks with Duke alum and famous actress Annabeth Gish.
As part of our programming for Undocumented Awareness Week, Define America is hosting a virtual panel with leaders from local organizations – including Student Action with Farmworkers, El Pueblo, Poder NC, and NC Stop Human Trafficking – whose work intersects with issues affecting undocumented and immigrant communities.
Swing by BC plaza to meet some therapy dogs and relieve that pre-finals stress!
“Global Ideas, Local Impact,” the Duke Human Rights Center’s annual celebration of human rights opportunities at Duke and in the world. The event, hosted by the Student Advisory Board, includes a Research Slam, where students present their human rights research conducted throughout the school year, and an alumni panel, where alumni working in different fields related to human rights share their…
Partnering with Panda to raise money for a Simple Charity-supported non-profit organization
Join the MSA as we break our fasts together on Feb 23, Feb 27, March 6, March 9, and March 20
The CMA invites you to one of two 2023 Multicultural Graduation Student Listening Sessions! The goal of these meetings is to convene undergraduate and graduate/professional students from across multicultural groups to discuss ideas, feedback, and suggestions for graduation. See the flyer for details and go to bit.ly/cmagradlisten for the Zoom!
Join the Mary Lou as we host another Throwdown Thursday for all graduate and professional students of the diaspora. We had such a great time in February that we want to continue to build connections across Graduate and professional departments/units. There will be free food, music and great conversation! Be sure to register today!