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Drop-in advising is for quick questions. If you don’t need a full 30-minute appointment, please consider stopping by a drop-in session hosted by our peer advisors. Drop-in advising can be used to double-check a policy or procedure or to confirm you’re on track with your application or pre-departure steps.
Live music from Americana band June Star ! Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. FREE with Duke ID. About June Star: https://junestar.bandcamp.com/album/how-we-see-it-now June Star was started up by Andrew Grimm in 1998. For twenty years they have been changing members and releasing records. What started out as primarily Americana music has now just morphed into music.
Becoming a stronger leader means understanding how to verbalize your strengths and build on your weaknesses. Take a Strengths Profile assessment and follow it with a debrief amongst other peers in leadership and increase your confidence and self-awareness for better decision making. Work smarter, not harder!
Live music from Detroit rappers Quelle Chris and Denmark Vessey with DJ House Shoes ! Doors at 8:30pm, music at 9pm. $10 or FREE with Duke ID. Facebook event link: https://fb.me/e/4RU9qAoTU
Our values guide our decisions and impact how we lead. Values are the foundation of living and leading with integrity. Can you name your five core values? Can your student org name its values? In this workshop, we will reflect on individual values, organizational values, and leadership, to help you and your organization be more resilient, make aligned choices, and be better leaders.
Join Duke@Nite and Runway of Dreams for a fashion themed trivia night in Krafthouse on Thursday, October 13! Teams of up to 4 can compete, and members of the top 3 teams will each receive Amazon gift cards! We can’t wait to see you there
The event is an info session for the Birthright Excel program, a competitive summer internship program in Tel Aviv, Israel. The event will go over the program and the application process.
Being the President of a student organization is different from every other role. Join us for a community-building circle just for student organization presidents. At this hour-long event, meet other student org presidents and learn from each other about challenges and solutions you’re facing in your student org.
Set your organization up for success by setting goals at the beginning of the year! In this session, we will discuss setting goals that help you achieve them, as well as how to work with your organization to create goals you all can get behind.
Meetings can sometimes be the least fun and most frustrating aspect of being in a student organization. Come to this session to discuss how to improve your meetings to make your organization more effective, efficient, and fun!
The virtual 2022 NC Neurodiversity College Career Summit connects NC college students pursuing degree-related (paid) internships and full-time opportunities with employers who are seeking to establish or maintain work environments supporting neurodiversity. The event includes both an informational panel session as well as opportunities for students to engage with employers regarding interests a…
Join Nic Nats and SAWS as we explore the Haw River with guides from Haw River Canoe & Kayak! We will be partaking in the Flora & Fauna tour at 10 AM on Oct 1st, followed by lunch after paddling.