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Theology Underground is a series of guided conversations about how culture, identity, and race impact the way we live out our faith and beliefs.
Join Devils After Dark and Duke Rec & PE at Brodie Gym for a concert with a student band headliner! Free food will be available from local food trucks!
Join Devils After Dark in a March Madness bracket-style battle of the talents in Trinity Café! Sign-up in advance to be included in the competition! 🙂
A night of music, dancing, drinks, and queer joy! Open to all LGBTQ+ graduate and profession students and their guests. Registration is required; those not named on the guest list will not be admitted.
Get excited for the 2022-2023 WomC Awards! The WomC Awards, or Duke Women’s Center Awards, are our way of celebrating Duke students who have gone above and beyond in advancing gender equity on our campus. At this event, we celebrate a year’s long fellowship with our allies and advocates in social change with awesome speakers, free food, and lots of fun! The WomC Award ceremony recognizes indivi…
The Duke Red Cross Club is hosting a blood drive with the American Red Cross from 11:30-4:30 on March 29 and 30. Donating blood saves lives. If you are interested, please sign up at redcrossblood.org/give and use sponsor code: DUKE
The Graduate School, The School of Medicine and The Society of Duke Fellows invite you to participate in the Eleventh annual Duke GRADx Talks, an event showcasing graduate research. GRADx will take place in a hybrid format on Wednesday, March 29th from 4-6pm during the annual Graduate and Professional Student Appreciation Week. Graduate students are invited to share their research in a fast-p…
Monthly general body meeting for updates for EA project teams
Join Devils After Dark for an East Campus-wide scavenger hunt–Amazing Race style! Create a team of up to 4 people and use your minds and speed to finish the scavenger hunt as quickly as possible!
Regular chapter meeting to discuss advocacy, events, and other needs of the community.
oSTEM is partnering with AECOM to provide professional development support for students, particularly those interested in learning about life in industry. There will be a panel of professionals speaking on their experienes as individuals from underrepresented groups in industry. There will also be an opportunity to receive feedback on resume formatting. Lunch will be provided.
Networking trip to Denver, Colorado for students interested in working in the energy industry. The trip will involve touring the facilities of various companies and organizations, listening to presentations, and participating in networking opportunities between students and employees. The companies/organizations that we will visit on the trip are AES, Xcel Energy, McKinstry, NREL, WSP, and RMI.