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Community bonding around some delicious veggie burgers and smores at the Duke Farm!
Intentionally Erased is a documentary film from A Call to Men that spotlights Black trans women in conversation with Black cisgender men in a series of honest, heart-wrenching interactions that uplift the experiences, challenges, and humanity of Black trans women in the US. Join us for a screening of Intentionally Erased on Thursday, November 9 at 6pm in the CSGD (100 Bryan Center). If you req…
Graduate and professional students and postdocs in humanities/social sciences and STEM fields are cordially invited to participate in this virtual event put on by six North Carolina institutions (Duke, N.C. State, UNC Chapel Hill, UNC Charlotte, UNC Greensboro, and Wake Forest University). Register in Handshake!
An opportunity for students to take a break from studying and socialize with their peers. Insomnia Cookies and a tea station will be available.
Join Jewish Life at Duke for a weekly dinner every Monday in November to discuss Israel from different experts and thought leaders. Free kosher dinner from the Freeman Center Cafe will be provided. **Topics and speakers to be announced soon.
interviewing potential speakers for our 2024 conference
Join us to watch Reservation Dogs, enjoy crafts and light refreshments
Appreciation event in tandem with Duke LIFE student appreciation week
This event will consist of a panel of Primary Care Physicians who will answer some pre-made questions about their life and how they chose PCP for their career. Then the panel will open up to a Q&A from those in attendance.
Seminar discussion to talk about courage
This two-hour workshop will cover the basics of putting images on screens (making a stencil), ink mixing, and how to effectively use a squeegee to get ink through the screen and print multiple copies of an image. The focus is on printing on paper (which is essentially the same process as printing on t-shirts). Everyone will get many chances to print, and you’ll have a deluxe, one-of-a-kind, two…
Are you currently in the job market and are looking to begin applying, interviewing, and landing your next opportunity, soon? Each step of the job search is important, but perhaps what needs a more nuanced discussion is what happens when you receive your first job offer! Join the Duke Career Center and Lisa Lawson, JD (T’ 89), as we discuss what nobody tells you about the offer letter. Register…