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Event about democratic backsliding in Brazil; speakers will include Dr. John D. French.
Join us and meet fellow BOW members, study, and snack on cookies and other treats!
The start of Spring is a significant event for many East Asian and Southeast Asian organizations, with the season heralding the Lunar New Year at the turn of the traditional lunisolar calendar. The season represents a festive period of reunion and renewal for many Asian countries, and is regarded as a time to honor ancestors, the deities, to spend time with loved ones, or to offer thanks for ha…
All About That BASE! is a series of fun events in Base held throughout the semester! The events are focused on building community, inviting folks to our shared space, and creating memories. The events are very informal, ranging from study sessions, game nights, to presentations. Please come, invite your friends, and have a wonderful time (with snacks)!
Come join Duke PAWS at the Wellness Center for some puppy love and playtime! We invite you to drop in anytime between 2:00 and 3:30PM to destress and take a break from your day with shelter dogs.
Social Hosts are members of the Duke community that are required to be present at all on-campus events where alcohol is present. Social Hosts are sober, active bystanders that assist in promoting safe, social behaviors to ensure that the event ends well for all those attending. What will this workshop cover? Your role as a Social Host. How you can promote safe, social behaviors. How your…
Come join Bench & Bar as we talk to Duke alum currently enrolled at T14 law schools including Stanford, Georgetown, Columbia, and Duke.
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.
Collecting donations through a social media campaign on Fridays.
Zine-making workshop for participants to communicate their research in a new creative way
Nic Net Impact, DICE (Diverse & Inclusive Community for the Environment), and DEJN (Duke Environmental Justice Network) have come together to organize a three-part DEI Learning Series where participants will have the opportunity to learn hands-on skills on how to apply DEI best practices to their work as environmental professionals.
Volunteering at the community collection event in Cary, NC