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AUTHOR NAME Gerald Harris Hi, my name is Gerald Harris. I’m the Sr. Director of Campus and Student Engagement for Duke Alumni Engagement and Development. I have one word to describe what my extremely long title means, and that is SERVE. Serve for me is short for Support, Educate, Relationships, Vision, and Expand. And that is what I do for our student population, as it relates to alumni engagement. I develop initiatives to support the transition of students throughout their entire cycle on campus to young alumni status with in-person and virtual engagement opportunities. Here are some ways for your student to find the support and…
Jewish Life at Duke announces Duke Jewish Baccalaureate Ceremony keynote speaker.
Whether you’re staying on campus / in Durham over the winter break or headed elsewhere, remember there are still resources available to you, wherever you are.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett visits Duke
The Freeman Center for Jewish Life, located on Duke’s campus, opened in 1999, providing a home for Jewish Life at Duke and the Rubenstein-Silvers Hillel and for the Duke Jewish community to gather, celebrate, learn, and pray together. Jewish student centers, and Jewish communities especially, existed on campus long before the Freeman Center was built, however. What was Jewish life at Duke like in the 1950s? Class of 1958 alumna Charlene Nachman Waldman shared the following photos and reflection with us: Jewish students at Duke in the 1950s would not have imagined that one day there would be a Freeman Center…
Ten years of dedication by Duke’s Jewish community led to the opening of the Freeman Center in 1999, a vibrant home for Duke’s Jewish students.
Get excited! Applications for first-year students to either run or apply for Duke Student Government (DSG) are now open. DSG is a great way for students to get involved in policy, advocacy, project work, and understanding the University as a whole. A compiled list of events, deadlines, and application information is here. Below is information on how to apply and remaining events, if you wouldn’t mind distributing it to your students, or directing them to email@example.com, if they have any further questions. Come Attend Senate and our Committee Meetings The remaining Senate Observations are TOMORROW, Sept. 21st at 7:30pm @ Schiano Auditorium. When you…
Author: Sarabesh Natarajan & New Student and Family Programs Sarabesh Natarajan is a senior studying chemistry in the Trinity College of Arts and Science from Charlotte, North Carolina. He has served as a Resident Assistant (RA) on East Campus for three years. Sarabesh provided New Student and Family Programs with some insight on a day in the life of an RA: Q: In what ways do you intentionally make efforts to support student success through your role as a Resident Advisor (RA)? A: As a senior, I’m in a position where I can reflect on my time at Duke and give advice to…