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At this event, Duke Pamilya´s Faculty Sponsor, Dr. Anna Storti, Professor in Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies, will be doing a speaker event about her forthcoming book and academic research, and the connections here to Filipino and Filipino-American identity.
Celebrate BHM with the DCC! There will be food from a local black owned barbecue restaurant.
Mixer for MIDP students and MPP students to meet
Come hang out with Duke Swing as we teach Collegiate Shag! No dance experience or attire required! Guest workshop by Ellie Biehl, so come get swingin’!
Come enjoy some live jazz from local musicians on Wednesdays @ Devil’s Krafthouse! What has been Jazz@ The Mary Lou is now relocated to Krafthouse for this semester. Whether you want to study, hang with friends, or hear some incredible local music, Jazz@ is perfect for you! Stop by for a tune or listen to the whole session, and bring your friends!
Come join the Business in Technology Committee for a movie night! We will be watching an episode of Black Mirror, a suspenseful show that discusses the unanticipated consequences of new technologies. Popcorn and snacks will be provided!
Noa Tishby in conversation with Professor David Schanzer.
Weekly chapter meeting of Duke aKDPhi
Learn how to throw pottery on the wheel! In this introductory class, you will learn the basics of centering, throwing, and trimming pots. Note that this class is focused on learning throwing techniques rather than creating a finished product, and is a requirement to use the Arts Annex pottery wheels during open studio hours. PLEASE NOTE: This will be a 3-hour workshop that begins at 5:30pm. …
Next Friday, 2/17, the Sanford Energy and Environment Club will be hosting a happy hour at Glass Jug from approximately 5:30-7:00pm. We anticipate around 10-15 graduate students attending. I am also a social host.
Come join us to celebrate the season of love with Duke, UNC, and NC State’s Latinx Organizations! We will have a variety of delicious cultural meals.
Dr. Lutzoni will be hosting the “How to Land a Lab” Workshop, aiming to help undergraduates choose labs to work in and approach principal investigators. This workshop is open to anyone with an interest in conducting undergraduate STEM research at Duke.