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Come celebrate the classic LDOC tradition of Silent Disco on Abele Quad! We’re excited to be raising money at this event for LDOC’s Philanthropy partner, StudentU. This event is BYO!
Join the Duke Women’s Center and DUU at the Devil’s Krafthouse on Thurs. March 30 for some trivia fun! Test your knowledge of feminism and women’s history with trivia questions themed for Women’s History Month. Hosted by DUU and the Women’s Center interns.
Students will break their fasts with a meal together during the month of Ramadan
In the Spotlight is an awards ceremony that recognizes student leaders and student organizations that have represented Duke in an exemplary way throughout the academic year.
In Durham for Spring Break? Get certified in Mental Health First Aid! The certification, including LUNCH, are fully sponsored for Duke students. Your responsibility: — Registration via DukeGroups by 3/9 — 2 hours online pre-work — 6 hours in-person engaging coursework (plus lunch) on March 14 (9am-4pm). ** Questions? David Frankel firstname.lastname@example.org
SDF allows graduate students to share their research in 30 minute talks! We also organize GradX Talks every year! Come socialize with other students! Speakers(Current titles) : Social Sciences and Humanities: Dubie Toa-Kwapong from the Department of Cultural Anthropology STEM: Dongye Lu, from the Department of Neurobiology
Weekly seminars introducing Duke Aviators members to the fundamentals of general aviation and flying.
This will be a roundtable event focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion, put on by the Materials Research Society @ Duke.
Outdoor event with food, music, and speakers to celebrate solidarity with Palestine.
Learn how to make your own handmade pasta and how to make hand cut noodles, tortellini, and ravioli!
Learn how you can tell the EPA to strengthen their soot standards, then write your own public comment to be officially reviewed on the docket!
Join us for the first garden workday / hang out of the spring! We’ll have some food, pull weeds, and prep the garden. If the weather is warm, we’ll probably plant seeds/seedlings too.