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Meeting with volunteers to debrief weekly in-person shifts and follow-up calls to patients.
Trip Leader Meeting
Interested in civil or environmental engineering? Come learn more about our department, opportunities in our field, and how to connect with other students at Duke and beyond! This meeting will introduce you to the fun social and professional events we are hosting this semester as well as how we are preparring for our Carolinas Symposium in the Spring! Interested in figuring out how to make a ca…
GlobeMed is a global health club, focused on raising awareness for current global health issues. We have weekly meetings to discuss such issues and collaborate to initiate action to potentially provide aid, such as our monthly campaigns.
We are organizing a group of 56 students (almost all of which are undergrads) to go to New York City to do community service on climate change and assist with organizing and setting up a large climate rally (March to End Fossil Fuels) on September 17. This meeting is to inform students who are attending about the logistics of this event.
Come learn about Hearts for the Homeless, a volunteering club providing heart and mental health services to the Durham unhoused community. In this meeting, we will discuss our goals and events for the year and ways to get involved. All are welcome to join and refreshments will be served!
Come to our first meeting of the semester to learn more about what Big Brothers Big Sisters does in the greater Durham community, and meet some current and future Bigs (mentors) in the process! We will just go through a quick presentation on the club and its mentorship opportunities, as well as try to share our experiences around being Bigs and get to know everyone in the process!
Our weekly Graduate/Professional students Bible Study
*This event is for graduate students for campout** Social Hosts are members of the Duke community that are required to be present at all on-campus events where alcohol is present. Social Hosts are sober, active bystanders that assist in promoting safe, social behaviors to ensure that the event ends well for all those attending. What will this workshop cover? Your role as a Social Host. Ho…
Theology Underground is a series of guided conversations about how culture, identity, and race impact the way we live out our faith and beliefs. Meetings are held at the dates below from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity in the Bryan Center.
Do work together with members of APO and get to know them and other prospective members better!
First event created for incoming MEM students with their interests in energy. The purpose for this event is to share the value of our caring for environment and people!