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DHCC is hosting an outdoor BBQ for its members and the Duke Community.
SHAPE ATO Training
Creative / academic open writing event open to students.
FOR NEW MEMBERS: Join us for the first panel in the Career Confidantes series this semester, featuring upperclassman panelists from BOW! We’ll be drawing from our own experiences to talk about the importance of networking and share tips and tricks for reaching out, being a good mentee, and using job search platforms like LinkedIn.
Join the MSA as we break our fasts together on Feb 23, Feb 27, March 6, March 9, and March 20
The CMA invites you to one of two 2023 Multicultural Graduation Student Listening Sessions! The goal of these meetings is to convene undergraduate and graduate/professional students from across multicultural groups to discuss ideas, feedback, and suggestions for graduation. See the flyer for details and go to bit.ly/cmagradlisten for the Zoom!
Duke Quant Finance will be hosting an Estimathon, a game developed by Jane Street that involves trivia, game theory, and mathematical thinking.
Monthly meeting where we come to discuss the value of the month
Join us as we celebrate Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week in Wind Down Wednesday. All Graduate/Professional Students of the African/African American diaspora are invited to enjoy a mid-week relaxation event. There will be essential oils, aromatherapy, adult coloring books, custom sticker making and food for you to enjoy! Register today and invite a friend!!
Join Bench & Bar for a hands-on workshop with Dean Barley about the process of crafting your resume for your law school applications. If you will be applying to a deferral program Spring/Summer 2023 and/or in the regular application cycle in Fall 2023, this session is for you!
It is the end of year celebration for all the hard work seniors have put in for 4 years.
A Multicultural Graduation Ceremony is a large scale, celebratory event that uplifts the accomplishments, journey, and existence of graduating students of color on campus. It is a time where all community members- students, faculty, staff, family, and community members alike- can come together to honor the accomplishments of each graduating class, especially as marginalized community members wh…