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The Social Security Office has removed its appointment-only service; Duke International Student Center will make drop-off trips to Social Security every Monday at 9:00 am (excludes University holidays). Just bring your offer letter or memorandum, passport, I-94, I-20, and Visa, join us at 114 S. Buchanan Blvd, Bay 5.
This is a practice of Asana (physical movement), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and Dhyana (meditation). Each class will include mindfulness & breath control techniques, warm up movements to activate the body, a sequence of postures to maintain balance, flexibility and strength, and finally a deep relaxation experience. This is a wonderful holistic practice to engage the body, mind and spir…
Have you ever wanted to know what working for a clinical research organization is like or the transition into this industry? Nick Rizzo, PhD ’17 (Genetics and Genomics) joins us for a conversation about how clinical research, pharma, and contract research organizations (CROs) can be a great fit for PhDs, especially in the biomedical sciences.
Through training and a simulated consulting session, participants will learn how to approach a challenge from a consulting lens. Students will receive training on client presentations, hypothesis-based consulting, and/or data visualization. Students will work in groups to apply learning to adapt methodologies to a case, presenting findings in front of a panel and receiving feedback on performan…
We will be providing an overview of our club, our activities this semester, and our brigade!
Do you struggle to maintain a consistent sleep schedule? Or, do you find yourself caught in cycles of poor sleep habits? This workshop will provide you with holistic tips and strategies for breaking out of vicious sleep cycles to build a more solid foundation for rest and rejuvenation. RSVP not required, but preferred for accuracy of food and resources.
Session Two of the Core Consulting Series where participants will participate in a group study and present to judges
Weekly meeting time for members of DMEJ
volunteer ESL tutoring provided to members of the Durham community by Duke student volunteers
Moot Court Meetings during the week to help Moot Court members prepare pertinent skills for competition.
Round Table event celebrating the upcoming semester.
The DCC will be cooking dinner for families struggling with homeless through Families Moving Forward (FMF) on September 21st and 22nd. FMF is a local non-profit that provides safe housing, afterschool tutoring, and enrichment programs to families to help them break the cycle of poverty. We will be cooking dinner on Wednesday (9/21) at 6:00PM at the Falcone Arena House to be served on Thursday (…