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Panel and networking with local organization for women in business.
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. To promote engagement and community building, we are hosting an event to eat hot pot at Szechuan Mansion with the first 15 individuals who sign up. Given t…
Meetings for members to prepare for the NCL and NCCDC competitions.
Women+ Outdoor Adventures is a gender-expansive community created to empower women, intersex, and genderfluid individuals to explore rock climbing, the gym, and outdoor spaces together. Our climb nights led by trained Outdoor Adventures staff members will center on different themes like technique building or endurance. The focus of this program is individual skill development within an inclu…
Come visit Duke Amnesty International on the BC Plaza to find out how we can make sure Duke is investing in the right places!
Don’t miss Recreation & Physical Education’s biggest event of the year! This FREE carnival-style event on K-Ville features food from local restaurants, vendor exhibits, games, and great music. All are welcome!
Join us in Griffith Film Theater at 7 and 10 PM for screenings of these two classics. See some of the best of “Spiderman” whether animation or live action. There will be concessions, so come and see these films!
Open hours and art kits supply
Before our annual exhibit closes, we would like to gather participating artists, scientists, and the community at Duke, Durham, and beyond, to converse about the art-science interface. Dr. Dan Jay from Tufts University will be our guest speaker to initiate the conversation.
Come chill and get to know your fellow Black Student Alliance members through engaging and enticing Throwback Thursdays!
Join BOW and Duke Consulting Club for a Case Preparation Workshop brought to you by EY-Parthenon!
General Body Meeting for members of the Duke Medical Ethics Journal.