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Duke’s on-campus OIT service desk offers free troubleshooting, laptop repairs, gear rentals, and more!
Be A Good Neighbor Being a good neighbor in Durham means knowing local laws and ordinances, being connected to your neighbors, and learning about local history and culture. Durham ordinances you need to know: Noise Trash Outdoor Maintenance Durham’s noise ordinance covers “unreasonably loud” or “disturbing” noise and specifically prohibits amplified music after 11pm. Durham’s noise ordinance results in criminal consequences: you can be cited and have to appear in court for a violation. The noise ordinance applies any time of day or night but becomes stricter after 11pm: Before 11pm the noise level is 60 decibels, or the volume…
QuadEx Origins & Support When did planning of these changes start? The initial research and planning began in 2018 when President Price charged the Next Generation Living and Learning Experience (“NGLLE”) Task Force to develop a new vision for residential life at Duke. What was the process? The first NGLLE Task Force, made up of trustees, faculty, students, and staff, invested months in stakeholder engagement, peer benchmarking, and internal discussion, and produced its final report in April 2019. During the 2020-2021 academic year, a follow-on committee of students, faculty, and staff – named NGLLE 2.0 – considered a wide range…
Family Meals To Go is a quick and convenient way to maximize your family time by sharing hot, prepared meals together and offers menus from a variety of on-campus restaurants to choose from! Includes Four Servings Orders may be placed through the Duke Dine-Out Mobile Ordering Service Place orders by noon to pick up between 5-6pm on the same day ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Carved Turkey + Two Sides: $45.99Honey Garlic or Bourbon Garlic Chicken: $45.99 Side Items Sides: rice, mac and cheese, green beans, roasted potatoes, sweet potatoes, mixed vegetables ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Ginger + Soy Bowls: $45.99 For each bowl select…
WE CAN’T WAIT TO WELCOME YOU IN AUGUST! Move-In Day 2023 for first-year students will be on Saturday, August 19th and for transfer students on Tuesday, August 22nd. From move-in day windows and logistics, we have you covered. More details and information about move-in day will continue to be updated during the summer. First-Year Students Transfer Students MARK YOUR CALENDARS: MOVE-IN DAY 2023 WILL BE SATURDAY, AUGUST 19TH! First-year students will move in during their assigned move-in times. Move-in times are assigned by residence halls. Please note: Due to traffic patterns on East Campus and limited volunteers, incoming students will not be able to move…
Fall 2023 Flu Vaccinations are available Fight the Flu! Did you miss out on one of the Fall 2023 clinics? Students can contact the Student Health Center at (919) 681-9355 to arrange an appointment with the immunization nurse. Students who receive the vaccine from an outside source should upload their documentation to their Student Health Gateway under the Medical Clearances – Immunization Reqs update button (https://shc.duhs.duke.edu) or email their documentation to email@example.com. Date Time Location (Click for Map)
Chris Rossi joined Duke in summer 2020 from Tufts University, where he was most recently Dean of Student Life and Engagement. In that role, he supervised the Dean of Student Affairs Office, Campus Life, Residential Life and Learning, and all budgets and resources associated with the Division of Student Affairs, including health and counseling, identity and cultural centers, residential facilities, accessibility services, and the career center. He holds a master’s degree from Harvard’s Graduate School of Education and a BA from Bowdoin College.
With experience as an early member of the development team at HBX, Harvard Business School’s online learning arm, Chris’s experience in online program development has proven instrumental to our division and to Duke as we develop online curriculum and programs for the 2020-21 academic year. Due to the extent to which all of our division’s strategic goals hinge on a collaborative and nimble residential program, he works especially closely with Assistant VP Joe Gonzalez. Directly supervising Strategic Initiatives, Data Assessment, and the division’s technology support, Chris partners with Associate Vice President Caroline Nisbet and managers across the division to identify and align resources that support the five key norms of the Division of Student Affairs: student health, wellness and safety; meaningful inclusion moving towards equity; professionalism and mutual respect; continuous growth and skill development of staff and students; and strategic collaboration within and beyond the division.
Chris and his wife, CJ, a middle school science teacher, have two rescue dogs and they are excited to explore North Carolina’s mountains and forests.
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CSGD has multiple spaces available for presentations, events, workshops and more. Meeting Room: The meeting room includes a large conference table which accommodates 14 people comfortably. A perimeter of chairs may be set up surrounding the conference table to accommodate a total of 28 people. The meeting room includes a projector which has audio/visual capabilities with an HDMI and VGA plug to connect to a laptop or other devices. Programming Space: The programming space can be configured in a number of ways. It includes 2 large sofas, 4 lounge chairs, 10 folding six-feet conference tables, 72 stackable chairs, 1 coffee…
Welcome, Duke 2027! This is your BLUE BOX – a kit provided by all of us in the Student Wellness Center with supplies that will help support your wellness. We are focused on helping you take care of you—cultivating your roots, strengthening self-care, proactively integrating wellness into your life, and empowering you to be healthier and happier. What’s in your Blue Box?
Greg came to Duke during the famed summer of 2020 from Tufts University, where he served Executive Director of the Career Center since 2016. Greg has experience developing innovative and enduring partnerships between the career team and other campus partners, including Alumni Affairs, the First-Generation Center, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and Athletics. He successfully developed and launched a “Designing Your Life” course for first-year students and oversaw the creation of numerous career and student-alumni global networking events. He is focused on outreach to employers and alumni across a wide range of industries and nonprofit sectors and works to ensure that all students see themselves and their pathways represented in Career Center programs and initiatives.
In his 25-year career, Greg served as Executive Director of Continuing Education at Rhode Island School of Design, where he was previously Associate Vice President of Student Affairs and Director of the RISD Career Center. During nearly a decade at Syracuse University, Greg taught in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, led the highly regarded First-Year and Transfer Programs office, and served as a lead with employer engagement in the Syracuse Career Center. Greg has also held positions at Colgate University and Ithaca College and taught junior high school social studies. He serves on the Board of Regents at his alma mater, Le Moyne College.
One of Greg’s favorite jobs was serving as “Scooch,” mascot for the Syracuse Mets (formerly the Syracuse Chiefs), a AAA baseball club—the same level as the Durham Bulls. That position allowed him to “be as goofy as I wanted to be, to bring joy, laughter and excitement to fans,” he said. “It offers a glimpse of my spirit, energy and enthusiasm.”
In his free-time he enjoys traveling, food (cooking and exploring new restaurants), and spending time with his partner David and puppy Faya. Greg is also a huge college sports fan and is excited to cheer on the Blue Devils.