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In this session, participants will explore their identity through a discussion of the wheel of identity, focusing on points of intersection and commonality with their peers. Then, they will explore their sense of identity as it is grounded in their bodily experience through a body-mapping art activity.
In this session, student group leaders will learn about the standards and expectations for members of the Duke Community. As leaders who have shared ownership and responsibility for the safety, sense of belonging, and inclusion of our Duke Community student leaders will learn what they can do to ensure the standards in our community are upheld and Duke’s campus remains a safe and civil learnin…
What should I say to my friend during Ramadan? Why can’t one of our organization members meet on Saturday mornings? Why is one of our council members fasting during this time? How is our yoga class connected to Hinduism? If you have ever had these questions or others like it, this conversation is for you. This will be a guided conversation on how to acknowledge and respect the various cultural…
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!
Foundations of Engagement, a set of modules developed through a cross-campus collaboration, provides an opportunity to explore essential questions related to community engagement. In this introductory session, we address topics of identity and positionality, power and partnerships, and root cause analysis.
Social Hosts are members of the Duke community who 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. The workshop will cover: Your role as a Social Host. How you can promote safe, social behaviors. How your organization…
Kick off Academic Resources Week by hanging out with your Faculty-in-Residence, Academic Guide & Peer Success Leaders!
Come to WU and get dinner on Amnesty! We’ll be in Broadhead 241 from 5:30 to 7 so stop by, grab an exec member to buy you food, and then come back to chill and chat with us!!!
The Duke Career Center is hosting a virtual panel about ChatGPT on September 21st from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM! The conversation will center on the panelists’ experiences with generative AI and how it is changing the career space, including how students might use ChatGPT for application materials and interviewing.
In this DukeCreate workshop we will prepare our mind, body, and spirit with a heart-pumping, smile-inducing jazz dance warm-up before learning iconic fosse-style moves and choreography from the Chicago movie. This class is a sweaty and totally judgment-free zone for ALL levels of dancers. Calling all lovers of musicals and movies and Chicago! Let’s dance!
A free viewing and discussion of The Feminist on Cellblock Y. This film centers a California inmate organizing around feminism and toxic masculinity within his prison.
1st GBM OF THE SCHOOL YEAR!! Everyone is welcome to join!!