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Opportunity for students to learn more about the importance of diversity in the tech field.
ASCE is hosting a stop-and-go brunch on E-Quad to allow civil and environmental engineering students to meet some of the new faculty hired this year and learn about their career journies and research. Rain location is the Architecture Lounge (Hudson 114).
Join the Duke Climate Coalition’s weekly meeting to work on our climate action campaigns!
The sisters of Duke aKDPhi will be hosting an info session as part of the two week interest event for potential interested new members.
The Career Influencer network is a vital part to our mission: Career Everywhere for Everyone. Career Influencers across Duke are staff and faculty that are having meaningful conversations about career with students, and if you’ve noticed these conversations happening, nominate staff and faculty as Career Influencers today here: https://bit.ly/CareerInfluencerNomination . Deadline is September 1…
We’re maximizing Drop-in Career Advising this fall for all undergraduates, doctoral students and masters students in the Divinity School and The Graduate School! We’ll be available all day on September 13th and 19th to be sure you have an opportunity to get application documents ready for fall internship and post-graduation recruiting, and this is a great way to get prepared for our upcoming ca…
Come join us for lunch and learn about DUSON Research Club! Find out more about the new board positions are available to fill and how to be involved in research at DUSON. Lunch and refreshments provided.
Join SpaceX for a networking session to learn more about their various roles and the company!
This is the first event by the Sanford Africa Policy Group to bring new and old members together to discuss our goals for the semester.
Checkout art supplies and kits
This is the first General Body Meeting for the Minority Association for Premedical Students (MAPS). We will discuss general opportunities our club provides, goals for the year, and any positions that need to be filled.
Harpist Brandee Younger has spent fifteen years stretching boundaries both sonic and social by playing jazz, R&B and hip hop on the classical instrument and unearthing the underrepresented legacies of Black women harpists like Dorothy Ashby. Born in Hempstead, NY, Younger discovered harp through a sample of Ashby used by rapper and producer Pete Rock. Seeing herself represented, Younger delv…