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Have you considered studying abroad/away? Are you interested in learning more about this once in a lifetime experience but don’t know where to begin? Join us for a panel where students will answer questions about their semesters abroad at Madrid, Geneva, Barcelona, and Scotland to name a few.
Don’t let an interview question catch you off guard again! Learn how to think on your feet and how and when to jump in for group conversations or meetings. Prepare for the unknown and get comfortable with the uncomfortable with this fun and interactive improvisation for business led by Theater Studies professor Jody McAuliffe. Limited seats available, sign up now!
Catalyst/Jeff Hou Speaker Event
Duke pre-dental students will do fun activities, listen to guest speakers, and eat food.
Plazapalooza is the centerpiece of ArtsFest, the annual weeklong celebration of the arts at Duke hosted by duARTs. This event will be on BC Plaza and will have arts and crafts, merch giveaways, and live music performances.
DUU VisArts is hosting an opening reception for Trish Klenow’s exhibition in the Brown Gallery: “Witness.” This collection of landscapes extends from my back door in Apex, NC, to Michigan, to Maine, Vermont, and to the mountains of North Carolina. All of them are special places; lucious places teeming with life, color, and usually water. It’s entitled Witness because I have been to all of th…
Session 3 of New Member Education
Come join us at our first in-person event to meet members and take part in fun activities.
The Academic committee is going to Washington DC to present report findings to the Academic Board
Duke Club Water Polo vs. NC State Club Water Polo Scrimmage at NC State
KUSA will be hosting a dinner for the community to bond together and also send off seniors who are graduating soon.
Building a cloud chamber with obtained materials designed to detect ionising particles from outside our atmosphere. These can include any electrically charged particle that passes through the chamber; and the amount of ionisation can be deduced from the tracks in the chamber and used to determine a particle’s properties and identity.