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This SDF event is a one-hour research lunch, where graduate students can learn more about other PhD student research in a general-audience setting. Lunch is provided – RSVP required.
Come take an afternoon study break and practice origami! Origami requires concentration and focus, which helps to calm the mind and reduce anxiety. The repetitive folding of paper can also be meditative, similar to the practice of yoga or mindfulness meditation. This wellness session will emphasize the importance of de-stressing and being in the present moment, along with the sound of calming m…
Calling all femme and thems with boobs and breasts! Join the Duke Women’s Center, Student Health, and DuWell for a breast health info fair in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’ll have tables with info for healthy breasts and general health and mindfulness, including 5 minute meditation techniques, advice on healthy diets, and tons of free give aways! Soma bra fitters will also be on si…
Join us at ENCounter every Thursday evening at 7:30pm in Westbrooke 0014 for a time of worship, fellowship, and engaging with the Word as we grow together in community.
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Join us on our first 2023-24 school year GBM! We will be discussing upcoming opportunities and competitions for those interested in data science and statistics, how to get involved and learn from faculty, navigate statistics classes, and more. No need to be a statistics major to come! We will have free MilkLab!
Join Keohane for a spooky/fall-themed brunch featuring a special guest!
Join KAjok in enjoying tteokbokki (spicy Korean rice cakes) and Gimbap (Korean dumplings)! Drop by to meet fellow Korean / Korean-American / Korean-interest students on campus!
Join Mitchell-White in the 4E for a movie!
Masters students in the Graduate School, the Divinity School, and the Medicine School’s Biostatistics program are invited to join the Duke Career Center for a four-week in-person series (October 19 – November 9) dedicated to job searching facilitated by career services professional staff! This interdisciplinary group is designed to be exploratory and for those actively searching for a job or in…
If you’re exploring career options available to you after completing your doctoral degree at Duke, join the Duke Career Center for a four-week in-person series dedicated to career exploration led by career advisors. For maximum benefit, participants should commit to the entire series on Thursdays from October 19th – November 9th. This group relies upon active participation, discussion, and cont…
Strengths Profile is a short assessment tool that provides students with language to better understand their strengths. During the debrief, facilitators break down how the total 60 strengths are weighed based on Performance, Energy, and Use resulting in 7 Realized Strengths, 7 Unrealized Strengths, 4 Learned Behaviors, and 3 Weaknesses. Students then participate in 2-3 Strengths Activities that…