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Join us for snacks and games while we talk about our events for this semester!
Watching of last games in preparation for future tournaments
Join Devils After Dark and invite your favorite pal for arts, crafts, free food, and good vibes!
Game Night hosted by Round Table
Scale and Coin Philanthropy Event
Mary Pat McMahon is the vice provost and vice president of student affairs. As the chief student affairs officer at Duke, McMahon is directly involved in decisions that shape the undergraduate and graduate student experience, including responsibility for residential and dining services, student wellness services, specialized services for parents/families and student veterans, as well as other student-directed services such as student extracurricular support and the university’s identity and cultural centers. McMahon is a proven leader in student affairs and is committed to student development, team leadership, and building strong community, academic, and student partnerships.
Before coming to Duke in July 2019, McMahon was dean of student affairs at Tufts University’s Schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering. There, she was broadly responsible for fostering meaningful growth and connection in students’ co-curricular experiences and coordinating developmental, leadership, and health and safety resources for students.
Prior to Tufts, McMahon served as associate dean of student affairs at Bowdoin College, where she helped develop a highly regarded residential learning program, oversaw the first-year experience, provided academic and personal advising to students, and offered guidance for the judicial and sexual misconduct board hearing processes.
Previously, McMahon was associate director of doctoral programs at New York University and assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Yale University. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in history from Yale University and a master of science degree in history of international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Safety Before signing a lease, it’s important to evaluate the safety of where you’d like to live. Like most cities, Durham is not immune from crime. Take the time to understand your neighborhood and learn ways to keep yourself safe. Here are some options for learning about the safety of your neighborhood or apartment complex: You can search crime statistics in your area by entering your potential address into the City of Durham’s Community Crime Map. Duke Police Department recommends focusing on crimes like larceny and burglary. Before you sign a lease! Check for security features at the apartment complexes…
Contact the Gender Violence Intervention Coordinator (Confidential) You can reach the Gender Violence Intervention Coordinator, Amy Johndro, either via this form or directly at GVICoordinator@duke.edu / 984-569-0592. Amy provides clinical care management and support planning to individuals who have experienced gender-based violence including stalking, sexual assault, relationship violence or sexual harassment. You can expect a response within 24 hours. Amy is a confidential resource, and filling out this form will NOT automatically trigger a report.
Student Leader Recruitment Applications and Timelines Application and Interview process for Project Directors and Orientation Co-Chairs will occur based on available positions during the fall semester in mid-October/November Application and Interview process for the Logistics Committee will occur during the beginning of the spring semester in mid-January. Wednesday, February 15: Applications for Orientation Leaders will be available Application is CLOSED! Eligibility and Job Descriptions In order to be a New Student and Family Programs Orientation Student Leader, you must: Be a full-time undergraduate student Remain in good disciplinary standing with the University Be available to attend the NSFP Orientation Summitt, Orientation trainings, and position-specific…
Annual Reports Student Sexual Misconduct Annual Reports The publication of an annual report is part of Duke’s overall commitment to engage the community in eliminating sexual misconduct. Annual reports serve to facilitate transparency about Duke’s efforts to respond to student sexual misconduct and provide information about reports of sexual misconduct involving students, and supportive measures provided. 2020-2021 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2018-2019 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2017-2018 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2016-2017 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2015-2016 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report leave this page
Access Support Support looks different for everyone. The information provided below enables you to become informed of the resources available to support those who have been affected by sexual misconduct. These are available regardless of whether or not you choose to initiate a formal process. We also recognize that confidentiality is particularly important to survivors of sexual misconduct. There are several options to seek support and/or report an incident of sexual harassment or violence. These options fall into two categories: confidential and non-confidential as defined below. For emergencies, call 911, Duke Police (919-684-2444), or the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline (988)…
Contact GVPI Please note that this form can NOT be used to file a report, and it is non-confidential. If somebody shares information about an allegation of sexual misconduct, GVPI staff members must file a report. If you wish to file a report or access confidential support, please see “Reporting Options” and “Get Support” above.