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Are you a film fanatic? Come learn about the Duke Independent Festival organization! Learn about our different committees and projects planned for this year!
Small group bible study
Do you struggle with keeping up with all of your work without sacrificing sleep, or with completing things at the last minute? Do you frequently feel overwhelmed by the sheer amount of work and other activities on your plate? This workshop will provide you with tips and strategies for organizing your time and reducing stress in your busy life.
Registration and pre-assessment here: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bjA5nNuSEsmfhiu Learn about the language, terminology, and the complexity of identity in relation to other marginalized identities alongside marginalized sexual orientation, romantic orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions.
Join DCC’s weekly meeting to support its work advocating for climate action!
Get to know Duke’s Biomedical Engineering Society! Hear about the events we hold and meet other members!
This will be the second open of the semester! We will have a small presentation on what LangDorm’s missions are and the types of events that we host on campus. After, we will have mini games and snacks provided so participants can meet our members, and the participants can stay as long as they like!
Rotate through and learn about each BOW committee!
Come join the Duke International Student Center (DISC) for our weekly Spanish Conversation Club gathering
Information session for incoming members of the organization.
Practice your behavioral interview skills and get valuable feedback! This event is fully online and requires students to coordinate the time and online meeting platform for the practice interview with your assigned Interviewer during the week of 09/12 – 09/16. – By registering for this event, you are committing to… – Coordinate an agreed upon date/time and online meeting platform f…
The 2022 Climate Justice Webinar Series is a series of guest lecturers from activists, researchers, and organizational leaders working in the field of climate justice. Held in coordination with the student-led Climate Justice and Intersectionality House Course, the speaker series will cover topics ranging from health, to food systems, to disability rights, and more. Register for one session…