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Meet us in The Bryan Center Suite 105 & 109 125 Science Dr Durham, North Carolina 27708 Contact Us Email: email@example.com Phone: 919.684.3184
Safety Before signing a lease, it’s important to evaluate the safety of where you’d like to live. Like most cities, Durham is not immune from crime. Take the time to understand your neighborhood and learn ways to keep yourself safe. Here are some options for learning about the safety of your neighborhood or apartment complex: You can search crime statistics in your area by entering your potential address into the City of Durham’s Community Crime Map. Duke Police Department recommends focusing on crimes like larceny and burglary. Before you sign a lease! Check for security features at the apartment complexes…
Connection Project Coordinators The Connection Project is led by six upperclass Connection Project Coordinators and is supported by the office of Student Involvement & Leadership. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Connor Biswell Major: Environmental Science and Global Health Year: Class of 2026 Favorite Duke activity: Going to the Wilkinson building as a non-engineering student. Favorite study spot: Hollows B 4th Floor study rooms. A place where I have found a connection: the Bassett common room the day before an exam Fun fact: More than half my daily water consumption comes from coffee Hot take: UNC isn’t that bad Favorite quote: “Never…
Annual Reports Student Sexual Misconduct Annual Reports The publication of an annual report is part of Duke’s overall commitment to engage the community in eliminating sexual misconduct. Annual reports serve to facilitate transparency about Duke’s efforts to respond to student sexual misconduct and provide information about reports of sexual misconduct involving students, and supportive measures provided. 2020-2021 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2018-2019 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2017-2018 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2016-2017 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report 2015-2016 Sexual Misconduct Annual Report leave this page
Access Support Support looks different for everyone. The information provided below enables you to become informed of the resources available to support those who have been affected by sexual misconduct. These are available regardless of whether or not you choose to initiate a formal process. We also recognize that confidentiality is particularly important to survivors of sexual misconduct. There are several options to seek support and/or report an incident of sexual harassment or violence. These options fall into two categories: confidential and non-confidential as defined below. For emergencies, call 911, Duke Police (919-684-2444), or the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline (988)…
Contact the Gender Violence Intervention Coordinator (Confidential) You can reach the Gender Violence Intervention Coordinator, Amy Johndro, either via this form or directly at GVICoordinator@duke.edu / 984-569-0592. Amy provides clinical care management and support planning to individuals who have experienced gender-based violence including stalking, sexual assault, relationship violence or sexual harassment. You can expect a response within 24 hours. Amy is a confidential resource, and filling out this form will NOT automatically trigger a report.
The following message was sent to Duke’s Jewish students on October 10, 2023 from Director for Jewish Life Joyce Gordon.
The following message was sent to Duke’s Jewish community on October 30, 2023 from Director for Jewish Life Joyce Gordon.
John Blackshear was named dean of students in Student Affairs in June, 2020. He will continue to hold the post of associate vice provost of undergraduate education. In that role, he helps coordinate shared priorities between Student Affairs, the university’s academic deans and the Office of Undergraduate Education Blackshear previously was dean of academic affairs for Trinity College of Arts & Sciences, as well as senior associate dean of academic planning in Trinity College. Since 2001, he has served a wide range of essential support roles for students at Duke, including academic dean, supervising Duke’s low-income and first-generation scholarship and success…
Check out some of our past Connection Project events! Truth or Dare, October 2023 Bull City Escape Room, April 2023 Connection Project Retreat, Fall 2022
Report Here Submitting this form will result in outreach to the complainant (if known) outlining options for support and the option to file a formal complaint. You can submit this report for yourself or someone else and do so with your name or anonymously. Submit an Incident report If you have general questions about reporting sexual misconduct, you may contact Victoria Krebs, Associate Dean of Students, Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards, at 919-684-7336 or email@example.com. Making an Informed Decision Reporting is always your choice, and you should never feel pressured to do so. Here are some of the…
Student Experience Surveys The Duke Student Experiences Survey aims to understand of the extent and nature of sexual misconduct involving Duke students and to gather students’ views of campus climate in relation to sexual misconduct. 2018 Student Experiences Survey 2018 SES Appendices 2016 Duke Student Experiences Survey 2016 SES Appendices leave this page