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Interested in applying to graduate school? Join the Biology Majors Union for an informative panel of PhD and MD-PhD students to learn about their journeys to graduate school.
This workshop will guide students through learning and rehearsing anxiety and stress reduction techniques to help calm the mind and quiet the mind for more effective study habits and more rewarding connections. RSVP not required, but preferred for accuracy of food and resources.
We have weekly sessions for the Duke Effective Altruism introductory fellowship called the Arete Fellowship. Each room will have about 5 people: 4 fellows and a facilitator. There will be about 20-25 people from Duke EA in the link dispersed across the 4 small group study rooms.
Duke Moot Court General Body Meetings (GBMs) provide new and returning members of Oral Advocacy, Brief Writing, and the General Body to learn competition case material and practice related constitutional law skills.
Monthly combined general body meeting of all Environmental Alliance project teams, including Operation Climate, Earthfest, On Campus Sustainability and more. Students are encouraged to join in person or on Zoom.
Weekly meeting to discuss our fundraising and volunteer plans.
Bi-weekly rehearsals in which we learn and practice our music.
Planned Parenthood Generation Action hosts a GBM to phone bank for candidates that Planned Parenthood decides to endorse. We will also host a game night alongside the phone calls to incentivize students to come for prizes and fun! In addition, reproductive healthcare kits provided by the national organization will be available for assembly. Food will be served.
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.
Leadership requires daring to build relationships, to be vulnerable, and to be resilient. In this session, we’ll discuss behaviors for leaders to move from armored leadership into daring leadership.
Come explore how gender dynamics and concepts of masculinity affect the cultural experiences of the Latinx community. This is an interactive event that allows us to learn and discuss our personal experiences and figure out how to move forward as a community. Open to latinx member and allies alike.
volunteer ESL tutoring provided to members of the Durham community by Duke student volunteers