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Week of January 25, 2015

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Sunday, January 25, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Mass - Goodson Chapel
  • Location: Divinity School Goodson Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Mass in Goodson Chapel (Duke Divinity School). All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Wee Praise
  • Location: Westbrook 0014
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Using "Musikgarten's All God's Children Sing" curriculum, infants and children through age 3, along with their parents or caregivers, are invited to make a joyful noise to the Lord. Participants will sing, move, listen and play simple instruments.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Godly Play
  • Location: Langford 50
  • Contact: None
  • Description: A creative and imaginative approach to Christian nurture, children ages 4 through 5th graders are invited into stories to learn the Christian language, become more fully aware of the mystery of God's presence, and make meaning in their lives. Class meets in Langford 0050 on the lowest level of the Divinity School
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
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  • Location: Westbrook 0013
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Youth, 6th - 12th grade, will meet for fun and interesting Bible lessons throughout the academic year.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
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  • Location: Westbrook 0015
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Students, faculty, staff and visitors are welcome to attend this Bible study. Through the study of a variety of passage from the Christian scriptures, participants will focus on the theme of "worship". Curriculum with brief weekly lessons, will be available.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Adult Forum - Rev. Dr. Allan Boesak
  • Location: Westbrook 0012
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Born in 1946, in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa, Rev. Dr. Allan Aubrey Boesak is a theologian, humanitarian, prolific author and tireless advocate for social justice. Since gaining international acclaim for his doctoral dissertation, ¿Farewell to Innocence,¿ nearly four decades ago, Boesak has emerged as one of the world¿s preeminent authorities on liberation theology.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual, Lecture_Talk, Multicultural_Identity, Africa focus
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.University Worship
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: All are welcome. Please call 919-681-9488 for more information. Preacher: The Rev. Dr. Allan Aubrey Boesak, Desmond Tutu Chair of Peace, Global Justice and Reconciliation Studies, Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis, IN
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual, Webcast
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Mass - Goodson Chapel
  • Location: Divinity School Goodson Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Mass in Goodson Chapel (Duke Divinity School). All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Nasher Museum Free Family Day
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: Free Family Days take place on select Sundays from 12-4 PM. On these days families visiting the museum enjoy live entertainment, create hands-on projects and explore exhibitions with a gallery hunt. Materials will be available in English and Spanish. Admission to 'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' is free, but entry to the galleries will be on a first-come, first-served basis, and visitors may need to wait in line before entering the exhibition.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/event/miro-free-family-day/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Informational
  • Location: East Duke 204D
  • Contact: None
  • Description: An information session for any student interested in joining Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Dress code is business attire.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, Local
2:00 PM
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Campus Farm Work Day
  • Location: Duke Campus Farm
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: McGinty, Emily
  • Description: Join the Duke Campus Farm for public community work days every Thursday and Sunday from 3-5pm. Help us keep our farm growing and enjoy good conversation about all things food-systems related. Work days typically include some combination of weeding, mulching, harvesting, bed preparation, and more. No experience necessary, and all ages and folks welcome (little ones must be accompanied by an adult!) Stay in the loop by checking our Facebook page in case of inclement weather: https://www.facebook.com/dukecampusfarm We are located at 4934 Friends School Rd, directly across from the Carolina Friends School. We also offer limited carpool space to anyone looking for a ride from East or West Campus. Email us at dukecampusfarm@gmail.com to request a ride. See you at the farm! Groups of more than 8: Please contact us as least 24 hours in advance and let us know of your plans to join work day. We can plan more accordingly this way. Thanks!
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness, Sustainability, Volunteer_Community_Service
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Red Clay Saxophone Quartet
  • Location: Baldwin Auditorium
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Thompson, Elizabeth
  • Description: Program includes works by Duke graduate composition alumni Paul Leary and Carl Schimmel, as well as Stacy Garrop, John Anthony Lennon, and Anna Meadors.The Red Clay Saxophone Quartet was formed in 2003 when the fates conspired to bring four internationally recognized saxophonists (Susan Fancher, Robert Faub, Steven Stusek and Mark Engebretson) together in Greensboro, North Carolina. The RCSQ takes its name from the area's luscious red soil. The Quartet presents a varied repertoire from classical to jazz to new music to tango, featuring music by composers such as Ben Johnston, György Ligeti, Chick Corea, Perry Goldstein, Francis Poulenc, Alejandro Rutty, Ben Boone, Steve Reich, Mark Engebretson, Martin Bresnick, Burton Beerman and Gavin Bryars.
  • Link: http://music.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Elissa Bemporad: "The Politics of Blood: Jews and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets.:
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center 240
  • Contact: Vargas-Tonsi, Amy
  • Description: Elissa Bemporad is Associate Professor of History and the Jerry and William Ungar professor in Eastern European Jewish History and the Holocaust at Queens College of the City University of New York. Professor Bemporad will lead a discussion on her paper "The Politics of Blood: Jews and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets." More information, and a copy of the paper can be found at http://jhfc.duke.edu/jss/
  • Link: http://jhfc.duke.edu/jss/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity Recruitment Schedule
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Recruitment events and an info session for any students interested in joining Lambda Phi Epsilon Fraternity, Inc. See flyer for individual event details.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, Social, Local
5:00 PM
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Mass - Duke Chapel
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Mass in Duke Chapel. All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For general inquiries, please email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
Monday, January 26, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
All Day
All Day
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Cardiology Intake Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hematology/Oncology Cross-Over Rounds
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 4902, Children's Health Center from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Morning Report
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Margot Gottschalk, MD, will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Chair Massage - Duke Medicine Pavilion
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Location: Duke Medical Pavilion Room 2W91 (located directly above the Gift Shop). Offered to Duke Employees Only, a Chair Massage is a proven method of relaxation, relieve tense muscles and refresh your energy. Appointments are required. Massage rates are or $180 LFL dollars for 15 minutes/360 LFL dollars for 30 minutes or $18 (Cash or Check) for 15 minutes/$36 for 30 minutes. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call LIVE FOR LIFE at 919-684-3136 (Option 1).
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/stress/chair_massage.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Internship Funding Program Information Session [Registration Required]
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 6, Room 177
  • Contact: McGrail, Rosalind (Lindy)
  • Description: In this workshop, students will learn about the application process and funding opportunities available for unpaid or low-paying internships for Summer 2015 through the Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program (IFP). Attendance at an in-person information session or viewing of virtual information session is a requirement for all IFP applicants. The Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program is open to current undergraduate students only. Please see the IFP webpage for additional program information: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/programs/internship-funding-program **To register, click on More Information below
  • Link: http://duke.experience.com/stu/public_event_profile?event_hnd=466755
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Monday Motivations-Duke Swing/ Hazing Prevention Week
  • Location: Bryan Center - Multicultural Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Monday Motivations is a meet-and-greet session for students, faculty, staff, and community members come together and start their week off with free food, friendly people, and casual dialogue on issues pertaining to multiculturalism and social justice. Held on select Mondays from 11am-1pm at the Center for Multicultural Affairs in lower level of the Bryan Center.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Open House, Social
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Critical Care Case Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Jennifer King, MD will be held in the PICU Conference Room from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Monday
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Daily Mass in Duke Memorial Chapel. All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Critical Care Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "Metabolic Emergencies," with Kyle Rehder, MD will be held in the PICU Conference Room from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Neonatology Case Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the NICU Conference Room from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Noon Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "GI Endoscopy," with Richard Noel, MD, PhD, will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Faculty Workshop
  • Location: Law School 4042
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Sponsored by the Office of the Dean. For more information, please contact Gladys Bethea at gladys.bethea@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Organ Demonstration
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: Duke Chapel hosts organ demonstrations weekdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., which are free and open to the public. The demos include a variety of organ music played by a host of volunteers, including graduate students, faculty, alumni, and emeriti. Because demonstrations are occasionally cancelled to accommodate funerals and other events, visitors are encouraged to call ahead if traveling to the Chapel specifically to hear the organ. Please dial 919.681.9488 and ask to speak with (or leave a message for) Andrew Klumpp.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DBA Finance Committee Meetings
  • Location: Law School 4040 , Glenn and Susan Ketner Conference Room
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: The DBA Finance Committee meets to approve funding requests from DBA-sponsored organizations. If you would like to request funding, please fill out the form at: http://tinyurl.com/dukelawdbafunding and send a representative to the meeting at least two weeks prior to your event. Sponsored by DBA. Please contact Alex Waldrop at alexander.waldrop@lawnet.duke.edu with questions.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session, Meeting, Local
12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Luncheon with Michael Singh of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy
  • Location: Rubenstein Hall 200
  • Contact: Pfadt, Alexandra
  • Description: Join AGS for a luncheon with Michael Singh of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy to discuss issues surrounding the nuclear negotiations with Iran and other contemporary policy challenges facing the US in managing the situation in the Middle East. Contact Alexandra Pfadt to RSVP.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Middle East focus
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Careers in Corporate Law: Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: The Business Law Society and Career & Professional Development Center invite you to learn from current practitioners about the general structure of a M&A deal, the role that lawyers play in these transactions, and the skill sets to develop during law school to prepare for a successful career in M&A. Panelists for the event include Michael Chitwood, Partner in the New York office of Skadden; John Hughes, Partner in the Washington DC office of Sidley Austin; Rohith Parasuraman, Associate in the Washington DC office of Latham & Watkins; and Daragh Murphy, Associate in the New York office of WilmerHale. The panel will be moderated by Professor Terence Hynes. This discussion is the fifth panel of a five-part series introducing students to the variety of different career paths available under the umbrella of business law put on by the Business Law Society and the Career & Professional Development Center. Lunch will be served. The panel is sponsored by Sidley Austin. For more information, please contact Ashley Waid at ashley.waid@duke.edu. Sponsored by the Business Law Society and the Career & Professional Development Center.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.The Tax Exempt Status of Churches and Its Connection to Political Speech
  • Location: Law School 3037 , Lamond Family Foundation Classroom
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Professors Richard Schmalbeck and Johhny Rex Buckles discuss the laws surrounding federal income tax exemption for churches and their impact on political speech. Sponsored by the Federalist Society. Nanataco will be served. Please contact Michael Adamson (mba6@duke.edu) for more information.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Local
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.FGA Meeting
  • Location: Christine Siegler Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1014-Auditorium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The FGA Meeting is held every fourth Monday from 1-3pm in Pearson 1014.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.How to Cheat at Sex and Win
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Wrenn, Kasey Carroll
  • Description: Sarah Zanders, PhD ~ Division of Basic Sciences, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ~ Faculty candidate sponsored by the MGM Faculty Search Committee
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Research
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Social Entrepreneurship and the Business of Civic Engagement in Colleges and Universities Student Sessions
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Cost: Free and open to all students
  • Contact: Holden, Elisabeth
  • Description: These student sessions will feature representatives of national organizations including Ashoka U and the Aspen Institute's Franklin Project for open discussions with students about the various approaches to civic engagement, including social entrepreneurship and community service.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Conference_Symposium, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Entrepreneurship
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pediatric Endocrine Conference
  • Location: Duke Children's Health Center, Harris Library , McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 107, Lenox Baker from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANADIAN & U.S. HEALTH CARE POLICIES: (IR)RATIONAL CHOICES & SATISFACTION NOT GUARANTEED
  • Location: Erwin Square Mill 103 , Bay C
  • Contact: Vargas-Tonsi, Amy
  • Description: This panel will begin with brief presentations comparing the Canadian health care system to the Affordable Care Act. The discussion will then focus on the radical idea underlying American health care reform: the best way to fix the system is to use the free market. Both Democrats and Republicans are convinced that what runs up the huge costs in the U.S. is too much health care, that is, wasteful spending. Patients "demand" extra, unnecessary services because their insurance pays; doctors and hospitals provide wasteful services because they get paid separately for each one. Reformers believe Americans are supremely rational consumers, experienced savvy shoppers. So the reformers' solution is to force consumers to pay more for insurance and health care: the theory is if they have to pay more for insurance, they will get skimpier policies with higher co-pays and deductibles that will push them to request only services they really need. On the provider side, the solution is to shift financial risk to doctors and hospitals, by "capitation," a fixed fee to cover whatever the patient needs. This recalls the "managed care" system proposed in the 1990s, which was met with public and political criticism. In addition to testing various theories, the panelists will explore the key concepts of patient and provider choice and satisfaction.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Ethics, International, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Canada focus
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Applied Math and Analysis Seminar
  • Location: Physics 119
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "Sharp conditions for global existence to some PDEs and functional inequalities" In many physical and biological systems, there are some competing effects such as focus and de-focus, attraction and repulsion, spread and concentration. These competing effects usually are represented by terms with different signs in a free energy. The dynamics of the physical system sometimes can be described by a gradient flow driven by the free energy. Some functional inequalities can be used to determine the domination among these competing effects in the free energy, and provided sharp conditions on initial data or coefficients in the system for the global existence. In this talk, we will introduce some important relations between functional inequalities and sharp conditions for the global existence. For example, the Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequality vs parabolic-elliptic Keller-Segel model, Onofri's inequality vs parabolic-parabolic Keller-Segel model, and Sz. Nagy inequality vs 1-D thin film equation, and provide the results on the global existence and blow-up for above models under sharp conditions. Moreover, we obtain the uniqueness of the weak solution for the linear diffusion Keller-Segel model using the refined hyper-contractivity of the $L^p$ of the solution under the sharp initial condition, and prove the $L^{\infty}$ estimate of the solution utilizing the bootstrap method. We also provide some results on existence of the global smooth solution.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.English Conversation Club
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Each Monday from 5:15 to 6:15pm, International House provides a casual, small-group setting where all members of the Duke community--students, scholars, spouses, and staff--can practice conversational English with the help of native English speakers. Topics include American culture, social systems, and issues related to daily life. Come and you will have chances to share your experience in the U.S. with others. Through discussions in small groups, you will also learn about other cultures from various countries.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, International
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Are the nuclear talks on the right track?
  • Location: Social Sciences 119
  • Contact: Pfadt, Alexandra
  • Description: Are the U.S.-Iranian nuclear negotiations on the right track? Will a deal pave the way to a broader détente? Duke Professor Bruce Jentleson will take on Michael Singh of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy in this debate. Professor Jentleson is a veteran State Department hand, previously having served as Senior Advisor to U.S. State Department Policy Planning Director. Michael Singh is former senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council from 2005-2008. Both speakers bring years of D.C. experience and study of Middle East politics and promise an exciting, contentious debate. Refreshments will be provided.
  • Link: http://https://www.facebook.com/events/758396014244824/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, United States Focus
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Generation of Change: Bill Friday, Terry Sanford and North Carolina's "Greatest Generation" 1920s-1972
  • Location: Sanford 04
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: Join film director Steve Channing for a screening of his new documentary Generation of Change: Bill Friday, Terry Sanford and North Carolina's "Greatest Generation" 1920s-1972 on Monday, January 26th from 5:30-7:30 in Sanford 04. Synopsis: Bill Friday, Terry Sanford, Bill Aycock and many others from North Carolina led a time of dramatic change that established many of today's institutions. The documentary film, Generation of Change takes us from their youth in the 1920s to the climactic election of 1972, and the birth of the modern two-party state in North Carolina. The screening will conclude with a panel of distinguished experts who can also address the aftermath Terry Sanford's legacy, and what a huge difference he made at Duke. The panel and audience Q & A will include Joel Fleishman, Dr. Brenda Armstrong, David Dodson, and William Chafe. The event is free and open to the public. There is public parking in the Science Drive Visitor Lot or the Bryan Center.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Leadership, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Movie_Film, Civic Engagement/Social Action
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Your Weigh...Together Program - Duke Regional Hospital; First Floor Classroom
  • Location: Duke Regional Hospital, 1st Level Classroom
  • Contact: None
  • Description: (Registration Required) Session 4: Dealing With Emotional Eating. Your Weigh...Together is designed for individuals who seek group and individualized support to adopt a healthy lifestyle with a sound approach to nutrition, exercise and behavior change. The program begins with an individual session with your program leader (a LFL Dietitian) to set an individualized weight loss plan. This is followed by 10 weekly group sessions. Each participant receives: participant workbook, web-based food and activity tracking, meal plans, grocery lists, recipes, optional measurement of metabolic rate, and a digital pedometer. For more information and to register, contact LIVE FOR LIFE's nutrition program manager, Esther Granville, at 919-681-0526.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/lifestyle/yourweigh/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Social Entrepreneurship and the Business of Civic Engagement in Colleges and Universities Panel Discussion
  • Location: Gross Hall 107
  • Contact: Holden, Elisabeth
  • Description: In the past decade,social entrepreneurship has enjoyed immense popularity at Duke and on college campuses around the country. But why has it been so successful in our colleges and universities? What are the impacts on society ¿ and on our students? On January 26, national leaders in social entrepreneurship will convene at Duke to lead a discussion on social entrepreneurship as an innovative approach to civic engagement. Bill Wetzel, director of the Clinton Global Initiative University Marina Kim, co-founder and executive director of Ashoka U MacKenzie Moritz, associate director for strategic partnerships for the Aspen Institute¿s Franklin Project David Scobey, co-founder of Imagining America and professor of humanities at The New School for Public Engagement The panel discussion will be moderated by Dean Laurie Patton and will feature our special guests as well as Duke faculty and program leaders Tony Brown, Eric Mlyn, Bob Malkin, David Malone, Matt Nash and Tom Nechyba.
  • Link: http://civic.duke.edu/sece15/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Entrepreneurship
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence
  • Location: Friedl 225
  • Contact: Schwehm, Kelly
  • Description: "Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence" by Ali Mian, a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Religion. This paper analyzes contemporary Pakistani artist Naiza Khan's exhibition, "Heavenly Ornaments," in relation to multiple philosophical discourses, including feminist theory, continental philosophy, and Islamic moral thought. It argues that while Khan's artwork aligns itself with the feminist theoretical critique of Hegel's reduction of the feminine to the ornamental, her artwork also takes issue with traditional Muslim discourses that reinscribe the feminine within the ornamental. As an alternative Khan offers a compelling body of work that imagines the feminine as both ornamental and essential, immanent and transcendental.
  • Link: http://womenstudies.duke.edu/news/upcoming-events-
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence
  • Location: Friedl 225
  • Contact: Schwehm, Kelly
  • Description: "Displaced Ornaments: The Feminine Between Immanence and Transcendence" by Ali Mian, a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate Program in Religion. This paper analyzes contemporary Pakistani artist Naiza Khan's exhibition, "Heavenly Ornaments," in relation to multiple philosophical discourses, including feminist theory, continental philosophy, and Islamic moral thought. It argues that while Khan's artwork aligns itself with the feminist theoretical critique of Hegel's reduction of the feminine to the ornamental, her artwork also takes issue with traditional Muslim discourses that reinscribe the feminine within the ornamental. As an alternative Khan offers a compelling body of work that imagines the feminine as both ornamental and essential, immanent and transcendental.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Spanish Conversation Club
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Are you interested in speaking the second-most spoken and studied language in the United States? Practice your conversation Spanish and meet people from around the world, including native Spanish speakers. Our conversations are informal and interesting. Every Monday from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at International House. For more information, contact Luis Vergara.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, International
7:00 PM - 8:50 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--Ethics Film Series--"The Visitor"
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
  • Cost: Free and Open to the Public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "The Visitor" (Thomas McCarthy, 2007, 104 min, the US, in English, French, Arabic, Romanian with English subtitles, Color, Blu-Ray) / winner of the Independent Spirit Award for Best Director / A lonesome widower and college economics professor Walter Vale (Richard Jenkins), finds his mundane existence suddenly shaken up when he befriends a pair of illegal immigrants, Tarek and Zanaib, one of whom has recently been threatened with deportation by U.S. immigration authorities, in the sophomore feature from "The Station Agent" director Tom McCarthy. Tarek's mother, Michigan-based Mouna Khalil, comes to New York unexpectedly because she hasn't heard from her son in days. She, too, is in the U.S. illegally and cannot visit Tarek. Helping Tarek becomes Walter's new focus in life and his means to re-enter the world of the living. "The Visitor" is a tiny treasure of a movie. This is a wistful comedy that quickly finds its rhythm, but never lets that groove become a rut. / Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KY0FEt3mBog
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2015/01/26/screen-society-ethics-film-series-the-visitor-7-00pm
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, International
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Ethics Film Series: The Visitor
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Dwyer, Michaela
  • Description: A¿n aging, disillusioned professor ¿struggles to find meaning after his wife, a concert pianist, passes away. Everything changes when he discovers a young immigrant couple living in his New York apartment. Screening part of the 2015 Ethics Film Series, "Sound Beliefs: Music, Ethics, Identity." A Q&A with Duke faculty will follow the film.
  • Link: http://kenan.ethics.duke.edu/blog/ethics-film-series-the-visitor-jan-26/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Ethics, Free Food and Beverages, Human Rights, International, Multicultural_Identity, Africa focus, Middle East focus
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
Today - 1/28  »
All Day
7:30 AM - 8:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Neonatology Fellows Meeting
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the NICU Conference Room from 7:30 to 8:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Immunology Seminar Series
  • Location: Duke South Clinic - Room 3031 , Alan Barrus Conference Room, Purple Zone
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Gregory Szeto, PhD (joint faculty candidate Med/IMM) | MIT| "Engineering immunity: local modulation in cancer adn modeling cytokine networks in HIV"
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pediatric Grand Rounds
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "Mayo Clinic Children's Center Recent Innovations in Practice" with Siobhan Pittock, MD Assistant Professor of Pediatrics Vice Chair for Practice Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine Mayo Clinic Children's Center Rochester, MN will be held in Room 2002, Duke North from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dive Into Durham Spring Break Program: Apply by 1/30/15
  • Location: Durham N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Dive into Durham is five days of immersive, direct service during Duke's Spring Break (March 9-14, 2015) that introduces students to the issues of hunger and homelessness in Durham. Participants will volunteer 12-16 hours with local nonprofit organizations that address food and housing insecurities such as Urban Ministries of Durham, NC Food Bank and Lakewood Community Garden. Students will also participate in reflective dialogues about how hunger and homelessness affect our community and what can be done about it, while exploring Durham's culture and history. There is no cost to participate. If you currently live on campus, the Duke residence halls are open during Spring Break. Undergraduate and graduate students welcome! Enrollment limited to 10 students. Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HR5RH55 by January 30, 2015.
  • Link: http://community.duke.edu/duke-student-engagement/dive-into-durham/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Local Lane
  • Location: Marketplace
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join us for our Local Lane series with Carolina Coffee! Learn about your local coffee vendor and enjoy samples!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke HealthCheck - Hock Plaza; DHTS Room 9047
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: HealthCheck is a free, confidential health assessment. Spend approximately 20 minutes with a LIVE FOR LIFE nurse and discover all the positive health habits you have...plus develop strategies for those you may want to change. Have your total cholesterol, blood pressure, blood glucose, weight, and body mass index measured. A computerized report provides feedback on your current health measures and health practices. A nurse will help you get started on small changes to improve your health. Duke employees eligible for health care benefits may participate annually. Call 919-684-3136 option #1 to schedule an appointment at this mobile location or to set up an appointment in our office on a day more convenient for you.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/assessment/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.WORKSHOP: Sharing Your Research With the Public
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Contact: None
  • Description: In today's uncertain market for jobs and funding, communicating outside your field has become an essential skill. Taxpayers, policy-makers and potential funders might respond very well to your research -- if only they could understand it! In a two-hour workshop for members of the iiD, Robin Smith and Karl Bates of Duke Research Communications will explain why you need to communicate, how to go about it, and who to go to for help. Contact Karl Bates for more information (karl.bates@duke.edu) Audience: Grad Students, Postdocs, Faculty, Research Staff Bagels and such served
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Local Lane
  • Location: Penn Pavilion
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join us for our Local Lane series with Carolina Coffee! Learn about your local coffee vendor and enjoy samples!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
11:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Location: Bryan Center Von Canon Rooms
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Please sign up to donate blood in the Von Canon rooms of the Bryan Center! Every pint can save up to 3 lives. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to sign up for appointments at redcrossblood.org using the sponsor code Duke. Please visit redcrossblood.org for more information on donating eligibility.
  • Link: http://redcrossblood.org
  • Topical Areas: Health_Wellness, Volunteer_Community_Service, Main, Student
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Internship Funding Program Information Session [Registration Required]
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 6, Room 177
  • Contact: McGrail, Rosalind (Lindy)
  • Description: In this workshop, students will learn about the application process and funding opportunities available for unpaid or low-paying internships for summer 2015 through the Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program (IFP). Attendance at an in-person information session or viewing of virtual information session is a requirement for all IFP applicants. The Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program is open to current undergraduate students only. Please see the IFP webpage for additional program information: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/programs/internship-funding-program **To register, click on More Information below
  • Link: http://duke.experience.com/stu/public_event_profile?event_hnd=466768
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Protest, Justice and Journalism: Lessons and Questions since Ferguson
  • Location: Sanford 04
  • Contact: Stonecipher, Shelley
  • Description: "Protest, Justice and Journalism: Lessons and Questions since Ferguson" will engage the audience in a wide-ranging conversation about the public response to police killings of black men, and about how this response has been described, understood (or misunderstood), and influenced by news media. What are the most important lessons and questions about the criminal justice system? About the nature and impact of popular protest? About the role of the professional news media in a story in which social media is such a prominent and pervasive shaper of perception? Looking ahead, what have these events been about and where does the story go from here?
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Multicultural_Identity, Human Rights
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pediatric Pain & Palliative Care Conference
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the ICN Conference Room, 5th Floor from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:05 PM - 1:05 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Translational Control in Memory and Brain Disorders"
  • Location: Bryan Research 103
  • Contact: Lofstrom, Irene
  • Description: Dr. Klann is interested in the molecular basis of cognition. His research is focused on the molecular mechanisms underlying activity-dependent, long-lasting changes in neuronal function, and whether these mechanisms play a role in complex behaviors, including cognition. He is especially interested in studying how molecular signaling and translation affects synaptic plasticity, and behavior in mouse models of developmental disability, autism, aging, and Alzheimer's disease.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Research
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Your Weigh...Together Program - Duke Raleigh Lifestyle and Disease Management Center
  • Location: Duke Raleigh Hospital
  • Contact: None
  • Description: (Registration Required) Session 4: Dealing With Emotional Eating. Your Weigh...Together is designed for individuals who seek group and individualized support to adopt a healthy lifestyle with a sound approach to nutrition, exercise and behavior change. The program begins with an individual session with your program leader (a LFL Dietitian) to set an individualized weight loss plan. This is followed by 10 weekly group sessions. Each participant receives: participant workbook, web-based food and activity tracking, meal plans, grocery lists, recipes, optional measurement of metabolic rate, and a digital pedometer. For more information and to register, contact LIVE FOR LIFE's nutrition program manager, Esther Granville, at 919-681-0526.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/lifestyle/yourweigh/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Noon Conference (Residents Only)
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "Resident Resilience Training" (Residents Only) will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Organ Demonstration
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: Duke Chapel hosts organ demonstrations weekdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., which are free and open to the public. The demos include a variety of organ music played by a host of volunteers, including graduate students, faculty, alumni, and emeriti. Because demonstrations are occasionally cancelled to accommodate funerals and other events, visitors are encouraged to call ahead if traveling to the Chapel specifically to hear the organ. Please dial 919.681.9488 and ask to speak with (or leave a message for) Andrew Klumpp.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Poverty in North Carolina
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Professor Gene Nichol, Director of the Center on Poverty, Work and Opportunity at the UNC School of Law will talk about his work on issues of poverty, social and economic justice, and inequality. To learn more about Professor Nichol's vast experience in this field, please visit http://www.law.unc.edu/faculty/directory/nicholgener/. This event is part of the Discussion and Action Series on Wealth, Inequality and the Law. Co-sponsored by Duke Law Clinics and the office of Public Interest and Pro Bono. For more information, please contact Susanna Epling at susanna.epling@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.UPGG Tuesday Seminar Series: "Topoisomerase-induced DNA damage and repair in the nucleus and mitochondria"
  • Location: Nanaline Duke 147
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Dr. Pommier is a leader on DNA topoisomerase biology and biochemistry, and their cancer relevance. He revealed the interfacial inhibition paradigm based on molecular mechanisms of topoisomerase inhibitors, and has championed its broad relevance for molecular pharmacology and drug discovery. He discovered the indenoisoquinolines as novel Top1 inhibitors, which are in clinical development, and the mitochondrial topoisomerase gene, TOP1mt. To understand the determinants of response to topoisomerase inhibitors, he is studying the repair pathway centered on tyrosyl-DNA-phosphodiesterases (TDP1 and TDP2) and poly(ADP-ribose)polymerases (PARP). For More information on his research visit his website at: https://ccr.cancer.gov/yves-pommier
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Research
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Lunch and Learn with JLSA and Chabad
  • Location: Law School 3000 , Burdman Lounge
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Join us for New York bagels and lox and a fascinating discussion on the ethics of privacy in the modern world. Sponsored by JLSA and Chabad. For more information, please contact Jennifer Rosen at jhr23@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session, Religious_Spiritual, Meeting, Local
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DVS Workshop: Introduction to ArcGIS
  • Location: Bostock Library 023 , (Library Classroom)
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Do you want to find out how geographic information (GIS) software can aid your research? This class will provide an overview of how ArcGIS software can help you analyze or visualize digital data that has a locational component, as well as discuss starting points for obtaining data and ways for managing your GIS project. Examples will focus on social science data, but attendees are encouraged to ask questions regarding their own needs and will be welcome to make one-on-one appointments later for more focused instruction.
  • Link: http://library.duke.edu/events/data/event.do?id=4841&occur=15099
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
2:50 PM - 3:50 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CNCS Seminar
  • Location: Physics 119
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "From Glass to Jamming via a Gardner Transition" The glass problem is notoriously hard, but the recent exact solution of a microscopic model offers a novel perspective on the problem. In this seminar, I will discuss how contrasting entropic caging and isostaticity at the glass and the jamming transitions, respectively, reveals the presence of a Gardner transition. This onset of mechanical marginality then explains the presence of non-trivial critical exponents. I will also discuss how a family of finite-dimensional models reveals the clear role for caging geometry and hopping in the dynamical slowdown of colloid-like glass formers. Both advances greatly enrich the traditional mean-field description of glasses.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Senior Thesis Symposium
  • Location: Perkins Library 217
  • Contact: Lewis, Cathy
  • Description: Learn about the experience, the benefits and the challenges of writing a Senior Thesis earning Graduation with Distinction. Featured speakers will share their first-hand experiences with issues such as research funding, career value, and initiating a senior honors project. Featuring Lee D. Baker, Dean of Academic Affairs, Trinity College; William Wright-Swadel, Fannie Mitchell Executive Director, Career Center; Ron Grunwald, Director, Undergraduate Research Support Office; Catherine Shreve, Librarian, Duke University Libraries. Special Guests Mariah Hukins, '13, Christine Delp, '15, Destiny Hemphill, '15. Light refreshments will be served. For questions, please contact Cathy Lewis (613-6271, c.lewis@duke.edu).
  • Topical Areas: Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Free Food and Beverages, Information Session, Main, Student
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.SSRI~ Workshop: Introduction to Qualtrics Survey Software
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 230E
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This workshop offers an introduction to Qualtrics survey software, a package available (at no cost to researchers) for use across Duke's campus and medical center. This powerful, easy-to-use system is a great way to collect information online, whether as part of a research protocol or for administrative purposes such as program evaluation. This workshop will introduce participants to the Qualtrics system, demonstrate how to set up an account, create a questionnaire and access its results. It will also cover some basic tools that can be used to customize the questionnaire to fit your needs, such as using display and skip logic to collect more detailed information from a subset of your audience. The workshop is taught through the Duke Initiative on Survey Methodology (DISM) in collaboration with the Duke Office of Information Technology (OIT). Participants will receive a very brief overview of the consulting and other services DISM offers to help Duke researchers develop and conduct surveys. Registration required; please click "more information" to access the registration form.
  • Link: http://tinyurl.com/SSRIworkshopsS15
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Is North Korea Religious? An Unexpected Aspect of a Secretive Society
  • Location: Perkins Library 118
  • Contact: Hunt, Debbie
  • Description: North Korea proudly proclaims that human beings do not need religion but instead should rely only on their fellow human beings. Yet observers have noted that the fervor with which North Koreans express their admiration for their ruling family bears a strong resemblance to religious fervor. I will explore the philosophy of Juche (the official ideology of North Korea), as well as the slogans, monuments, and rituals of the North Korean state and people, in order to answer the question: Is North Korea actually a religious state? Event is also sponsored by the Triangle Korea Forum.
  • Link: http://duke.box.com/s/fs9jzrpq0028ebk80tjf
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Asia focus
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Immunology Seminar Series
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Liang Zhou, MD, PhD | Northwestern Univesity | "Transcriptional Regulation of Gut Immunity"
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Sex Worker Health: San Francisco Style
  • Location: Christine Siegler Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1014-Auditorium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The results of more than five years of research on sex workers that identifies and describes how they access healthcare and determines predictors of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) will be the focus of "Sex Worker Health: San Francisco Style," a presentation co-sponsored by the HIV/AIDS specialty and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner major in the master's program at Duke University School of Nursing. The speaker Charles Cloniger is co-founder and clinical director of St. James Infirmary (SJI), an occupational health and safety clinic for sex workers and their families in San Francisco. Since its founding in 1999, the clinic has served more than 3,200 unique sex workers and their partners. The organization offers free, confidential, nonjudgmental medical and social services for sex workers (current or former) of all genders and sexual orientations. SJI is the first occupational safety and health clinic for sex workers run by and for sex workers. Please register for this presentation at https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_es70e3C2Il7Au4B.
  • Link: http://nursing.duke.edu/news/research-looks-healthcare-access-sex-workers
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Human Rights, Free Food and Beverages
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Gallery Talk: Tools, Techniques, and Geometry in Medieval Sculpture
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Simon Verity is a British sculptor and master stonecarver who worked for nine years supervising the sculpture for the western portal, or Portal of Paradise, at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York. His works are also in the private collections of the Prince of Wales, Sir Elton John and Lord Rothschild. This is Simon¿s second artist residency at Duke. In 2013 he conducted a workshop on stone carving techniques with students. He returns for a two-week residency, during which he will create a duplicate of a 13th-Century head of a virtue, from Notre Dame in Paris, now in the Nasher Museum¿s collection. His gallery talk will focus on the head of the virtue, as well as other medieval architectural sculpture on view in the gallery.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/event/gallery-talk-simon-verity-master-stonecarver/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Geometry/Topology Seminar
  • Location: Physics 119
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "Nonlinear Harmonic Forms" TBA
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Chinese Conversation Club
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Are you learning Chinese? Do you want to practice the language and learn more of the Chinese culture? Come and join our brand new Chinese Conversation Club. We recommend that you have basic knowledge of Chinese language (equivalent to Chinese 101) so that you can enjoy conversation in Chinese. Native Chinese speakers are welcome to participate as volunteers and help learners from other cultures to improve their Chinese.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, International, China focus
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Never Talk to the Media; Never Trust the Government: Bad Advice
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Innovations in science transform our society and inform government policy choices. The challenges of communicating the realities and practicalities of science to the public and policymakers is vital, yet the media and the government may portray science in different ways. How do the media and the government communicate new science to the public? And what are the challenges of coordinating interests of the media and government in science policy? Join Kathy Hudson, Deputy Director of NIH for Science, Outreach and Policy, and Joe Palca, science correspondent at NPR, as they share their thoughts on how these two essential institutions of democracy can best collaborate and communicate. This event is open to the public and a light reception will follow.
  • Link: https://scienceandsociety.duke.edu/events/ss-distinguished-speaker-series-never-trust-the-government-never-talk-to-the-media/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Advanced Business Networking for International Lawyers: Understanding American Legal Culture
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Whether you plan to work in the United States or return home, understanding some of the customs of U.S. business practice and why U.S. business people and lawyers behave as they do will help you strengthen your relationships and ensure that cultural differences do not hamper your professional and personal success. Sharon Abrahams, National Director of Professional Development at Foley & Lardner, an international law firm, will conduct a 90-minute workshop which will also include tips on networking and building professional relationships to help your future career. Sponsored by the Career & Professional Development Center and the Office of International Studies. For information, contact Oleg Kobelev at kobelev@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, International, Local
5:15 PM - 5:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Prayer and Communion
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: The Chapel offers a 30-minute service of Holy Communion, prayer for the church and the world, and anointing with oil and prayer for healing in the Memorial Chapel on Tuesday evenings at 5:15 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
5:45 PM - 6:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Tuesday
  • Location: Falcone-Arena House , 402 N. Buchanan Boulevard
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Daily Mass in Falcone-Arena House Chapel. All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PACT Training
  • Location: Perkins Library 217
  • Contact: None
  • Description: PACT is an interactive, student-facilitated training sponsored by the Women's Center that aims to engage everyone in preventing gender violence on Duke's campus. PACT Training helps students identify situations of concern, and provides knowledge and tools to encourage safe and successful interventions.
  • Link: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/wc/programs-services/pact-prevent-act-challenge-teach
  • Topical Areas: Training, Main, Student
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Bounded Liberties: Solidarity and Interconnected Struggles
  • Location: Bryan Center - Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Lila Watson, Aboriginal elder, activist and educator from Queensland, Australia once said: ¿If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.¿ Join us as we challenge the Duke community, especially those engaged in social justice work, to see beyond themselves and the issues they are fighting for to see how our liberty is bound in one another. A diverse panel of Duke and Durham professionals will speak to the spirit of community care and concern in their work in social justice, equity, and coalition building. Dinner will be provided.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Civic Engagement/Social Action
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."An Unlikely Friendship": documentary viewing and discussion
  • Location: Bostock Library - The Edge Workshop Room , First Floor
  • Contact: Speckart, James
  • Description: Join us for a viewing and discussion of this documentary about a surprising friendship between an embittered KKK leader and an outspoken civil rights activist that developed when they were appointed to co-chair a community committee to resolve problems arising from a court-ordered school desegregation, and that changed race relations and shocked Durham's residents.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Movie_Film, Lecture_Talk, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Human Rights
6:15 PM - 7:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Modern War in Theory and Practice
  • Location: Sanford 05
  • Contact: Pfadt, Alexandra
  • Description: Dr. Nagl is the author of Knife Fights: A Memoir of Modern War in Theory and Practice, and of Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and Vietnam. He was also on the writing team that produced the U.S. Army/Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, United States Focus
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tuesday Night Dinner
  • Location: Falcone-Arena House , 402 N. Buchanan Boulevard
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Great company, home-cooked food, and a fun, relaxed environment are waiting for you every Tuesday night at the Falcone-Arena House. The Falcone- Arena House is just across the street from Epworth dorm on East Campus, on the corner of Buchanan and Trinity. Contact Emma Miller (emma.miller@duke.edu).
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.A Taste of Legendary Imam Ghazali¿s teachings to 21st Century Muslims
  • Location: Muslim Life at Duke Facility , 406 Swift Avenue
  • Contact: Khan, Natavan
  • Description: Please join Dr. Abu Sway, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Islamic Studies and Director of the Islamic Research Center at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem/Palestine, for a discussion at CML. Dr. Abu Sway will be discussing how and what modern day Muslims can still learn from Imam Ghazali today. Dr. Abu Sway has been active in interfaith dialogue for many years and is involved in local and international politics. He taught at the International Islamic University in Malaysia (1993-96) and was a visiting Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence at the Wilkes Honors College at Florida Atlantic University, as well as a visiting professor of Islamic Studies at Bard College, NY.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Lecture_Talk, Religious_Spiritual, International
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: Plants with Benefits: An Uninhibited Guide to the Aphrodisiac Herbs, Fruits, Flowers & Veggies in Your Garden
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Fee: $10; $8 Gardens members and Duke staff/students.
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Are some plants aphrodisiacs, or is that just a myth? Garden expert and plant detective Helen Yoest takes us on a romp through history, lore and ethnobotany. She explores a roster of 45 plants to uncover how they got their "hot" reputation, and what modern science has to say about it. Discover which common garden plants and favorite edibles have that "something extra," and why. Helen's latest book, "Plants with Benefits," is filled with lush photography, growing tips, and recipes for preparing teas, potions and tasty treats for your pleasurable use. Helen's book will be available for purchase and signing after the presentation. Instructor: Helen Yoest, author and garden writer. Location: Doris Duke Center. Information/registration: 919-668-1707 or gardenseducation@duke.edu. gardens.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Workshop_Short_Course
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Zeal for Zion: Christians, Jews, and the Idea of the Promised Land"
  • Location: The Regulator Bookstore , 720 Ninth Street
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Prof. Shalom Goldman will be at The Regulator bookshop (Ninth St Durham) launching the paperback edition of his fascinating book "Zeal for Zion: Christians, Jews, and the Idea of the Promised Land," this coming Tuesday, 27th, at 7pm.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Book Signing
7:30 PM - 9:05 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--Tournées French Film Festival--"L'image manquante/The Missing Picture" [7:30pm]
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
  • Cost: Free and Open to the Public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "L'image manquante / The Missing Picture" / (Rithy Panh, 2013, 92 min, Cambodia, France, in French with English subtitles, Color, Blu-Ray) / From the time when the Khmer Rouge ruled over Cambodia between 1975 and 1979, the only recorded artifacts that remain are propaganda footage. Director Rithy Panh uses beautifully detailed sculpted clay figurines and elaborate dioramas intercut with archival footage to recreate the missing images from his memory. His recollections of his family and friends before and after the regime's rule are poignantly told through a narrator's poetic voice. From start to finish, "The Missing Picture" is a unique documentary that manages to capture a historical moment that otherwise never would have been told. / Made possible by the FACE Foundation and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy. / Trailer: http://www.imdb.com/video/imdb/vi699378457/
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2015/01/27/screen-society-tournees-french-film-festival-l-image-manquante-the-missing-picture-7-30pm
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, International, Europe focus, Asia focus, Multicultural_Identity, Human Rights
7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Embodying History Through Dance: The Civil Rights Movement
  • Location: Bryan Center Sheafer Theater
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join local dancer, choreographer, and Activist Tony C. Johnson, along with dancers and guest vocalist Shana Adams, for a special showing of Johnson's ¿ Embodying History Through Movement¿ project. When: Tuesday, January 27th, 7:30 pm. Where: Sheafer Theater (Bryan Center) on Duke's West Campus. Brought to you by the Kenan Institute Human Rights Fellows. Discussion with Professor Thomas F. DeFrantz and dancers following the performance.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Dance Performance, Theater, Lecture_Talk, Religious_Spiritual, Human Rights, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Local
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Embodying History Through Movement
  • Location: Bryan Center Sheafer Theater
  • Cost: Free & open to the public
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Special showing of dancer, choreographer, and activist Tony C. Johnson¿s ¿Embodying History Through Movement¿ project. The project uses movement as a reflection on the journey of slaves and people of the civil rights movement, accompanied by spirituals and music used during that time in history. The performance will be followed by a discussion with dancers and Thomas DeFrantz, professor of African & African American Studies at Duke. Sponsored by the Student Human Rights Fellows at the Duke Human Rights Center at KIE.
  • Link: http://kenan.ethics.duke.edu/humanrights/embodying-history-through-dance-the-civil-rights-movement-jan-27/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Dance Performance, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Ethics, Human Rights
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
«  1/27 - Today
All Day
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Toastmasters Meeting
  • Location: Erwin Square Building, Federal Credit Union , First Floor
  • Cost: Guest visits are free. Membership dues will be charged if you join.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Duke Toastmasters is the club where people gather to improve public speaking and group leadership skills. We meet at 7:00 AM most second, third and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Guests are always welcome.
  • Link: http://www.duketoastmasters.org/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Leadership
7:45 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Echo Case Conference
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the Echo Reading Room from 7:45 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:10 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PHO Board Review
  • Location: Hanes House 302
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "NBL/Wilms," with Farhat Ghaznawi, MD will be held in Room 302, Hanes House from 8:10 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Morning Report
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Ellie Hill, MD will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dive Into Durham Spring Break Program: Apply by 1/30/15
  • Location: Durham N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Dive into Durham is five days of immersive, direct service during Duke's Spring Break (March 9-14, 2015) that introduces students to the issues of hunger and homelessness in Durham. Participants will volunteer 12-16 hours with local nonprofit organizations that address food and housing insecurities such as Urban Ministries of Durham, NC Food Bank and Lakewood Community Garden. Students will also participate in reflective dialogues about how hunger and homelessness affect our community and what can be done about it, while exploring Durham's culture and history. There is no cost to participate. If you currently live on campus, the Duke residence halls are open during Spring Break. Undergraduate and graduate students welcome! Enrollment limited to 10 students. Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HR5RH55 by January 30, 2015.
  • Link: http://community.duke.edu/duke-student-engagement/dive-into-durham/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Medical Genetics Fellows Conference
  • Location: Hanes House 302
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 4019, GSRB I from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Medical Genetics Case Conference
  • Location: Hanes House 302
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 4019, GSRB I from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Critical Care Board Review
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with David Turner, MD will be held in the PCICU Conference Room from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Ally Training
  • Location: Bryan Center - Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Ally Training is a three-hour session through which all people can show support of LGBTQ individuals. The training's four main objectives include: knowing more about the LGBTQ community; recognizing what holds us back as individuals and as a society from being supportive and affirming; learning to speak up in our everyday interactions to combat homophobia, heterosexism, and transphobia; and learning how to act to make the lives of LGBTQ individuals better by working for change and engaging the community. Please register online via the link on the CSGD's webpage.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Training
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Off-Campus Housing Fair
  • Location: Bryan Center
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Get help finding your off-campus home. Representatives from are apartment complexes and property management firms will be in attendance. Questions? Call 684-4304.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Festival_Fair
11:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Location: Bryan Center Von Canon Rooms
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Please sign up to donate blood in the Von Canon rooms of the Bryan Center! Every pint can save up to 3 lives. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to sign up for appointments at redcrossblood.org using the sponsor code Duke. Please visit redcrossblood.org for more information on donating eligibility.
  • Link: http://redcrossblood.org
  • Topical Areas: Health_Wellness, Volunteer_Community_Service, Main, Student
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Midweek Prayer
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: All are welcome to an informal service of midday prayer held in the Memorial Chapel each Wednesday at 12 o'clock noon. The 20-minute service is led by Chapel staff and includes scripture and prayer.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Small Farms, Big Impact: A Conversation With Organic Grower Jean-Martin Fortier, author of "The Market Gardener"
  • Location: Doris Duke Center at Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Free - $5-10 donations will go directly to the speaker
  • Contact: McGinty, Emily
  • Description: Join the Duke Campus Farm for a conversation about what it takes to build smart, small farms and a more sustainable food system with a special guest: Jean Martin Fortier, a young and highly successful organic farmer, and acclaimed author of The Market Gardener. Jean-Martin (JM) is a farmer, writer, and educator passionate about demonstrating how small farms can provide good lives and livelihoods for farmers and their families, help tackle big problems like climate change and food insecurity, and rebuild a broken food system. On JM's internationally recognized micro-farm in Quebec, Canada, Les Jardins de la Grelinette, careful cultivation of 1½ acres grosses more than $100,000 per acre with operating margins of about 60 per cent, enough to financially sustain his family. While the mantra of agriculture in North America has long been "Get Big or Get Out," the focus at la Grelinette has been to grow better - not bigger. Jean Martin will discuss his recent book, The Market Gardener, the story of one young couple's journey into a decade of financially and ecologically successful organic farming. Please RSVP using this Google Form at this link (copy and paste into your browser): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13OOpkhIH0rKPWddAwKGeN-9Q-6okVuDlm-xyVVEPP4Y/viewform **Please feel free to bring lunch -- you are welcome to eat during the event.**
  • Link: http://https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13OOpkhIH0rKPWddAwKGeN-9Q-6okVuDlm-xyVVEPP4Y/viewform
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Book Signing, Ethics, Sustainability
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Workshop & conversation with 'Dark Matter' author Greg Sholette (part 1)
  • Location: Carpentry Shop , 1509 Campus Drive
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Open to all, short readings available, but not required. You can attend one or both sessions. Email Pedro Lasch at plasch@duke.edu if you'd like to receive the readings. Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, and professor. His recent projects include Imaginary Archive Philadelphia, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, U. Penn; Our Barricades at Station Independent Gallery; Imaginary Archive: Las Kurbas Center, Kyiv, Ukraine; and Rebel City: AND Platfrom, Barcelona, Spain. Sholette is a member of Gulf Labor Coalition and co founder of the artists¿ collectives Political Art Documentation/Distribution (PAD/D: 1980-1988), and REPOhistory (1989-2000). His publications include It's The Political Economy, Stupid co-edited with Oliver Ressler, (Pluto Press, 2013) and Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture (Pluto Press, 2011). A former CAA board member he teaches art and social practice at Queens College, City University of New York and is associate faculty at Home WorkSpace, Beirut, as well as the Art, Design and the Public Domain program of Harvard University¿s Graduate School of Design. http://gregorysholette.com http://darkmatterarchives.net
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.W@TC | Beyond the Numbers
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center 240
  • Contact: McCrae, Kimberly
  • Description: JANUARY 28 | BEYOND THE NUMBERS: Alternative Fall Break 2014. Students participating in the Alternative Fall Break 2014. Presented by the Women's Center and Baldwin Scholars
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, United States Focus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PCICU M&M
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Jon Meliones, MD will be held in the PCICU Conference Room from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Wednesday
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Daily Mass in Duke Chapel Crypt. All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Noon Conference
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "ITP & Thrombocytopenia," with Jennifer Rothman, MD will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Organ Demonstration
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: Chapel Organist, Christopher Jacobson, presents an informative, interactive, and up-close discussion and demonstration of Duke Chapel's organs. Organ tours and demonstrations occur each Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Chapel's chancel and are free and open to the public. Jacobson includes engaging facts and histories about our organs while also demonstrating the wide-ranging musical capabilities of these grand instruments. Visitors will learn about the construction of our organs, their unique ranks and stops, and hear music ranging from Baroque masters such as Johann Sebastian Bach to composers emerging from the post-Romantic period and beyond. With questions or for more information, please dial 919.681.9488 and ask to speak with (or leave a message for) Andrew Klumpp.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.SSRI~ Workshop: Collecting Primary Qualitative Data
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 230C
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This workshop is the first of a two-part sequence introducing the methods and tools of qualitative collection and analysis. This section of the workshop will provide an overview on the rationales and methods for qualitative data collection with a focus on intensive, open ended interviewing. It will be immediately followed by a second section focused on using NVivo software to apply foundational skills in qualitative data analysis (those familiar with qualitative research are welcome to attend only the second portion of the workshop, which begins on the same day at 2 p.m.; those not already engaged in conducting such research are strongly encouraged to attend this section). Registration required; please click "more information" to access the registration form.
  • Link: http://tinyurl.com/SSRIworkshopsS15
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
1:15 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DVS Workshop: Stata for Research
  • Location: Bostock Library 023 , (Library Classroom)
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Stata for Research focuses on the core concepts of using stata. This workshop provides a hands on overview of how to load, manage, and analyze data using stata. The workshop will also include a brief introduction to stata graphics as well. No previous experience with stata is required.
  • Link: http://library.duke.edu/events/data/event.do?id=6725
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Nephrology Clinic Conference
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room T0908, Children's Health Center, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Internship Funding Program Information Session [Registration Required]
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 6, Room 177
  • Contact: McGrail, Rosalind (Lindy)
  • Description: In this workshop, students will learn about the application process and funding opportunities available for unpaid or low-paying internships for summer 2015 through the Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program (IFP). Attendance at an in-person information session or viewing of virtual information session is a requirement for all IFP applicants. The Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program is open to current undergraduate students only. Please see the IFP webpage for additional program information: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/career/programs/internship-funding-program *To register, click on More Information below
  • Link: http://duke.experience.com/stu/public_event_profile?event_hnd=466769
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.SSRI~ Workshop: Coding in NVivo
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 230C
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This workshop is the second of a two-part sequence introducing the methods and tools of qualitative collection and analysis. In this section of the workshop, students will transform interview transcripts into analyzable data, and will learn foundational skills in qualitative data analysis using NVivo software, which is available at no cost to Duke researchers. Participants will be introduced to the most common coding strategies deployed in social science to analyze data collected through in-depth interviews, focus groups, participant observation, and/or archival analyses of text. Additionally, participants will be guided through a tutorial on how to upload and analyze documents in NVivo in order to conduct a rigorous deductive and/or inductive analysis. (those not familiar with qualitative research are strongly encouraged also to attend the first section of this workshop, which runs from 1-2 p.m. on the same day). Registration required; please click "more information" to access the registration form.
  • Link: http://tinyurl.com/SSRIworkshopsS15
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Allergy/Immunology Board Review
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 351, MSRB I from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Statistics meets optimization: Rigorous guarantees for solving nonconvex programs
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 12noon lunch and discussion for students, grad students and postdocs ¿Perspectives in Machine Learning¿ 3:30pm Seminar and reception In this talk, we discuss a framework for establishing rigorous results for different types of nonconvex optimization problems that arise in statistical machine learning. Nonconvex optimization is known to be intractable in the general setting. However, problems arising in machine learning are not adversarially constructed, but rather related to a population oracle problem that can be well-behaved. We discuss how this intuition can be made precise for a number of different problems, including high-dimensional sparse regression with nonconvex regularization, as well as various applications of the EM algorithm to latent variable models with nonconvex likelihoods. Based on joint work with Sivaraman Balakrishnan, Po-Ling Loh and Bin Yu. Biography Martin Wainwright is currently a professor at University of California at Berkeley, with a joint appointment between the Department of Statistics and the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences (EECS). He received a Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from University of Waterloo, Canada, and Ph.D. degree in EECS from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). His research interests include high-dimensional statistics, information theory, statistical machine learning, and optimization theory.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Allergy/Immunology Conference
  • Location: Duke North, PCICU Conference Room , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 351, MSRB I from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DSCB Spring Colloquium: "Germ Cell Immortality and Heritable Stress"
  • Location: Nanaline Duke 147
  • Contact: Weinbaum, Carolyn
  • Description: Dr. Ahmed's research group has interests in telomere replication and in germline immortality. We are studying these problems using the nematode Caenorabditis elegans, a multicellular eukaryote with excellent genetics, which can be combined with biochemical and cell biology approaches. For more information, please visit his website at : http://labs.bio.unc.edu/ahmed/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Research, Academic Calendar Dates, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Exploring the Data on Salt-induced Hypertension
  • Location: Hock Plaza Auditorium
  • Contact: Hart, Evelyn (Rene)
  • Description: ABSTRACT: African Americans (AAs) have a four-fold greater risk for ESRD compared to whites. Although AA make up approximately 12% of the general population, they make up more than one-third of the dialysis patents. The reason for this disparity in ESRD is not definitively known. We hypothesize that the type of hypertension may account for some of this disparity. African Americans with hypertension are generally characterized as salt-sensitive. This type of hypertension is known to have associated with it more aggressive and sever kidney injury. We reason that a better understanding of the mechanism of salt-sensitive hypertension will lead to the development of improved treatment and prevention interventions for this type of hypertension, and in return will lead to reduced progression to end-stage renal disease. This presentation will discuss the use of population and large databases used in the research.
  • Link: http://www.dchi.duke.edu/education/informatics-seminars/2015-seminar-archives/seminar-exploring-the-data-on-salt-induced-hypertension-jan-28-2015
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Accelerating Impact - Giving While Living
  • Location: Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room
  • Contact: Grimm, Mary
  • Description: FIRG seminars explore the relationship between strategic choice-making and impact measurement in foundations and not-for-profit organizations. Please RSVP to mary.grimm@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Women's Collective
  • Location: Women's Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Women¿s Collective is a unique, informal, and safe space to discuss our experiences as women at Duke, and collaborate to respond to gender inequities at deeper levels on campus. All women are welcome, regardless of affiliation, to share, listen, commiserate, and/or take action! New members are always welcome as the group is fluid and discussion reflects the concerns of that week¿s attendees as well as concerns of women on a campus, local or national level.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Social
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.John Hope Franklin Centenary Kick-Off
  • Location: von der Heyden Pavilion , Bostock Library
  • Contact: Bray, Natasha
  • Description: Vernon Jordan, Civil Rights Activist and former adviser to Bill Clinton, will be speaking about John Hope Franklin and the way he changed American Universities in the 20th century. This is also the Opening Reception for the John Hope Franklin Exhibit located in Perkins library, which will show the life and accomplishments of John Hope.
  • Link: http://jhf100.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Lecture_Talk, Free Food and Beverages, Reception, JHF100
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Go Irish with Pete Buttigieg
  • Location: Rubenstein Hall 200
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: Pete Buttigieg is the mayor of South Bend, Indiana, America's youngest 'big city' (+100,000 pop.) mayor. Alongside innovative policies and initiatives, Mayor Pete was one of the only mayors in history to deploy to combat zone during his term of office. Please come and meet one of the rising stars in politics today and an example of a lifetime of service.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Korean Forum: Professor Donald Baker on North Korea
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center 240
  • Cost: Free Event
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join the Korea Forum in an intimate discussion on issues regarding Korea with Professor Donald Baker of the University of British Columbia.
  • Topical Areas: Main, International, Asia focus
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Carnival Cruise Lines Information Session
  • Location: Biological Sciences 130
  • Contact: Livingston, Ronise
  • Description: Want to shape the future of the world's most popular cruise line? Discover our job rotation program. Stop by and speak with Gustavo Antorcha, a Duke Alum. 2 year Rotation within Three of the following areas: Commercial Planning Analyst Revenue Management Analyst Finance Analyst Hotel Operations Analyst Marine Operations Analyst
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
7:00 PM - 9:10 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--Reel Global Cities Film Series-Dubai--"City of Life"
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
  • Cost: Free and Open to the Public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "City of Life" (Ali F. Mostafa, 2009, 121 min., United Arab Emirates, in Arabic, Hindi, and English with English subtitles, Color, DVD) / An entitled young Arab wrestling with his cultural identity, an embittered cab driver contending with constant comparisons to a high-profile Bollywood star, and a Romanian flight attendant looking for love all find their lives transformed by seemingly inconsequential encounters on the streets of Dubai in this urban drama exploring the threads that tie society together. / This event is made possible by the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation "Partnership in a Global Age" / Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D3m3I7iMnvw
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2015/01/28/screen-society-reel-global-cities-film-series-dubai-city-of-life-7-00pm
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, International, Middle East focus
7:30 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Info Session: Kenan Institute for Ethics Prize in Regulatory Ethics and Human Rights.
  • Location: Bostock Library
  • Cost: Free; free pizza
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This info session includes free pizza and will be held in Bostock 042. The Kenan Institute for Ethics Prize in Regulatory Ethics and Human Rights is an essay competition for undergraduate students interested in business ethics, workplace safety and regulation, and human rights. This year¿s policy focus is the regulatory responses to the collapse of Rana Plaza on April 24, 2013, which caused the deaths of over 1,100 people and injured 2,500 more. In 4000-5000 words, students, working alone or in pairs, must evaluate the recent policy responses and regulatory changes, considering their implications for human rights. - The deadline to register to participate in the contest (as an individual or a team) is 5:00PM, Friday, February 13 - Essays will be due to Kate Preston by 5:00PM on Sunday, March 29.
  • Link: http://kenan.ethics.duke.edu/regulation/information-session-for-undergraduate-essay-competition-january-28/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Eucharistic Adoration - Wednesday
  • Location: Divinity School Goodson Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Eucharistic Adoration in Goodson Chapel (Duke Divinity School). All are welcome! Spend some time with your fellow Catholics at Duke in worship before the Blessed Sacrament. Come for the whole hour or for five minutes! For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Gabriel Richard, violin
  • Location: East Duke 201 (Nelson Music Room)
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Thompson, Elizabeth
  • Description: Program includes J.S. Bach Partitas and other works. French violinist Gabriel Richard is a tenure-track first violin at the Paris Orchestra, as well as founder and member of the Thymos String Quartet. In 1999, he was selected to be solo violin of the Lyon National Opera. He was granted a First Prize in the practice of the violin at Lyon CNSM (The National Superior Conservatory of Music). He completed a graduate degree in chamber music and attended the contemporary music class of Gilbert Amy. As a musician of the Paris Orchestra, he plays under the direction of conductors such as Daniel Baremboim, Christoph Eschenbach, Pierre Boulez, Bernard Haitink, and Marin Aslop. With Thymos Quartet he regularly performs on international scenes: the Kennedy Center in Washington, La cité de la Musique (Paris), Pleyel Auditorium, Orsay Museum, Mogador Theatre, Fontainebleau Theater, Sorbonne Richelieu Auditorium and Favart Auditorium. He has participated in several String Quartet festivals and Biennales, including the Bordeaux Festival, Ravinia Festival, and The international festival of Luberon.
  • Link: http://music.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
8:15 PM - 9:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Halaqa
  • Location: Muslim Life at Duke Facility , 406 Swift Avenue
  • Contact: Khan, Natavan
  • Description: Halaqa literally means "circle" in Arabic. In this context, however, Halaqa means a study circle. These study circles are one of the many opportunities for Duke students to expand their education to environments outside the formal confines of a classroom. Topics are prepared beforehand and are decided entirely according to the interest of those willing to participate. The goal of these study circles and discussions is to create an open, inviting environment where one may have the opportunity to explore questions about Islam ranging from the deepest concerns of spirituality and religious practice to the everyday questions/ concerns. Halaqas are open to all regardless of religious affiliation.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Lecture_Talk, Information Session, Multicultural_Identity, Religious_Spiritual
9:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Reconciliation Service - Wednesday
  • Location: Divinity School Goodson Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic priests are available to hear confessions at this time in Goodson Chapel (Duke Divinity School). If this time is not convenient for you, feel free to contact fr.mike@duke.edu to set up a time that works for you. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:30 PM - 1/29  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jazz at the Mary Lou
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Guinn, Chandra
  • Description: Fill your Wednesday evenings with live jazz and the exquisite company of jazz lovers from the campus and community in an energetic and engaging atmosphere. Enjoy live performances by local musicians as well as Duke music students, with special guest artists all brought together by John Brown, Director of the Duke Jazz Studies Program.
  • Link: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/mlw/programs-services/jazz
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music, Free Food and Beverages, Social
Thursday, January 29, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
«  1/28 - 12:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jazz at the Mary Lou
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Guinn, Chandra
  • Description: Fill your Wednesday evenings with live jazz and the exquisite company of jazz lovers from the campus and community in an energetic and engaging atmosphere. Enjoy live performances by local musicians as well as Duke music students, with special guest artists all brought together by John Brown, Director of the Duke Jazz Studies Program.
  • Link: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/mlw/programs-services/jazz
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music, Free Food and Beverages, Social
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Electrophysiology Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the Echo Reading Room from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Antifungal Drug Discovery Summit
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Palmer, Melissa
  • Description: Antifungal Drug Development Summit, sponsored by the tri-institutional Molecular Mycology and Pathogenesis Training Program (MMPTP), the Center for Microbial Pathogenesis, and the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, to be held on the Duke University Campus. Our invited speakers will include Leah Cowen (University of Toronto), Gerry Wright (McMaster University), Ameeta Agarwal (University of Mississippi), Damian Krysan (University of Rochester), Terry Roemer (Merck), Mitchell Mutz (Amplyx), Mike Peel (Scynexis), and others. We will also have ample time to include talks from those from our three institutions relevant to the topic. At this stage we are welcoming suggestions and nominations for speakers, including self nominations. There will also be a poster session at which we plan to feature work from our current MMPTP fellows, alumni MMPTP fellows, as well as from other fellows and students in our community working on this general topic.
  • Link: http://mgm.duke.edu/news/drug_development_summit_2015.html
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Research
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Morning Report (Real Time)
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Andrew McCrary, MD will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hematology Pathology Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 5N59, Cancer Center from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Scholars@Duke & Elements Office Hours
  • Location: Perkins Library
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Drop by with questions this Thursday (1/29) from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in Perkins Library, Study Room 128, West Campus . No RSVP is needed. Scholars@Duke and Elements subject matter experts will be on hand to assist with making edits to profiles, answer questions, provide demonstrations, etc.
  • Link: http://about.scholars.duke.edu/upcoming-training
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session, Technology, Training
9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dive Into Durham Spring Break Program: Apply by 1/30/15
  • Location: Durham N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Dive into Durham is five days of immersive, direct service during Duke's Spring Break (March 9-14, 2015) that introduces students to the issues of hunger and homelessness in Durham. Participants will volunteer 12-16 hours with local nonprofit organizations that address food and housing insecurities such as Urban Ministries of Durham, NC Food Bank and Lakewood Community Garden. Students will also participate in reflective dialogues about how hunger and homelessness affect our community and what can be done about it, while exploring Durham's culture and history. There is no cost to participate. If you currently live on campus, the Duke residence halls are open during Spring Break. Undergraduate and graduate students welcome! Enrollment limited to 10 students. Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HR5RH55 by January 30, 2015.
  • Link: http://community.duke.edu/duke-student-engagement/dive-into-durham/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tea-Laxation at the Marketplace
  • Location: Marketplace
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This event was such a hit that we are doing it again! January is National Hot Tea month-learn how to make your tea at Tea-laxation at the Marketplace: 9-10:30am!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke HealthCheck - Ben Franklin Clinical Labs; Conference Room 211
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: HealthCheck is a free, confidential health assessment. Spend approximately 20 minutes with a LIVE FOR LIFE nurse and discover all the positive health habits you have...plus develop strategies for those you may want to change. Have your total cholesterol, blood pressure, blood glucose, weight, and body mass index measured. A computerized report provides feedback on your current health measures and health practices. A nurse will help you get started on small changes to improve your health. Duke employees eligible for health care benefits may participate annually. Call 919-684-3136 option #1 to schedule an appointment at this mobile location or to set up an appointment in our office on a day more convenient for you.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/assessment/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Urine Pregnancy Screening for Research
  • Location: Duke North Conference Room 8262 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This course outlines the requirements for conducting urine pregnancy screening for research and discusses how this differs from urine pregnancy testing performed for clinical care. Register for this course in the Duke LMS.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Research
11:30 AM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Location: Bryan Center Von Canon Rooms
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Please sign up to donate blood in the Von Canon rooms of the Bryan Center! Every pint can save up to 3 lives. Students, staff and faculty are welcome to sign up for appointments at redcrossblood.org using the sponsor code Duke. Please visit redcrossblood.org for more information on donating eligibility.
  • Link: http://redcrossblood.org
  • Topical Areas: Health_Wellness, Volunteer_Community_Service, Main, Student
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Thursday
  • Location: Yoh Football Center
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Daily Mass at Yoh Football Center, 2nd Floor, Team Meeting Room. All are welcome! The Duke Catholic Center is the Roman Catholic community on the Duke Campus. Catholic student leaders organize activities for worship, fellowship, service, and faith development. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tea-Laxation at Penn Pavilion
  • Location: Penn Pavilion
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This event was such a hit that we are doing it again! January is National Hot Tea month-learn how to make your tea at Tea-laxation at Penn Pavilion: 11:30-1:00pm!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Data Seminar
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "Geometric methods for the statistical analysis of non-Euclidean data and networks" In this talk, I will describe applications of geometry to large-scale data analysis. An overriding theme is that an understanding of the relevant geometric structure in the data is useful for efficient and large-scale statistical analyses. In the first part, I will discuss geometric methods for non-parametric methods for non-Euclidean space. With tools from differential geometry, I develop a general kernel density estimator, for a large class of symmetric spaces, and then derive minimax rate for this estimator comparable to the Euclidean case. In the second part, I will discuss a geometric approach to network inference, joint work with Cosma Shalizi, that uses the above estimator on hyperbolic spaces. We propose a more general, principled statistical approach to network comparison, based on the non-parametric inference and comparison of densities on hyperbolic manifolds from sample networks.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Data Seminar
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 11:45am brown bag lunch and lecture fruit and cookies served
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Teaching Conversations - "Follow Your Heart: Coach K's Leadership Philosophy for Sport, School and Life"
  • Location: Christine Siegler Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1026
  • Cost: FREE
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join us for Teaching Conversations with guest speaker Jamie Kanehl, BSN, RN who will present "Follow Your Heart: Coach K's Leadership Philosophy for Sport, School and Life." Bring your lunch if you're attending in person, or watch online (live streaming and on demand) at http://mediasite.nursing.duke.edu/Mediasite/Play/6796a4f371684526a080e9dc59685e101d.
  • Topical Areas: Lecture_Talk, Local, Main
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Reconciliation Service - Duke Catholic Center Office
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic priests are available to hear confessions at this time in Duke Catholic Center Office located in Duke Chapel Basement, Rm 037. If this time is not convenient for you, feel free to contact fr.mike@duke.edu to set up a time that works for you. All are welcome at our Masses and any of our activities. For more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Open Secrets" - The emerging visibility of men as the targets of conflict-related sexual assault and its implications
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Alice Miller, an Associate Professor (Adjunct) of Law at Yale Law School and the Co-Director of the Global Health Justice Partnership, will give a lecture titled "'Open secrets' - The emerging visibility of men as the targets of conflict-related sexual assault and its implications." This lecture will be in Trent Hall, Room 124. Co-sponsored by the Center for International and Comparative Law and the Duke Global Health Institute. Lunch will be served. For more information, please contact Ali Prince or visit https://law.duke.edu/news/alice-miller/.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, International, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Organ Demonstration
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: Duke Chapel hosts organ demonstrations weekdays from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m., which are free and open to the public. This demo is provided by Math Professor Emeritus, Seth Warner. Because demonstrations are occasionally cancelled to accommodate funerals and other events, visitors are encouraged to call ahead if traveling to the Chapel specifically to hear the organ. Please dial 919.681.9488 and ask to speak with (or leave a message for) Andrew Klumpp.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.International Conversation Café
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Board Room
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join us for casual conversation in English about current events, culture, and more. Duke students, spouses, post-docs, visiting scholar, faculty, and staff are welcome. No need to register.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Meeting, International, Social
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Thursday Seminar Series
  • Location: Nanaline Duke 147
  • Contact: Kennett, Annette
  • Description: Doug Koshland, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Navy JAG Information Session
  • Location: Law School 4172 , Sutherland Asbill and Brennan Conference Room
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Interested in working with the Navy JAG Corps? A representative will be on campus to discuss the application process and what life as a Navy JAG officer is like. It is highly recommended you attend this session if you intend to apply to the Navy JAG. Sponsored by the Career & Professional Development Center. For more information, please contact Emily Sharples at sharples@law.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: Faculty Tech Talks
  • Location: Law School 4042
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Faculty, please join us for regular Tech Talks given by members of Academic Technologies, the Law Library and others. Each week's topic will be announced in advance. Lunch will be available for those who RSVP to the weekly invitation. The presentation will generally last about a half hour, with a following optional question-and-answer period until no later than 1:30pm. Sponsored by Academic Technologies. For more information, please contact Wayne Miller at wayne.miller@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Information Session, Meeting, Technology, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Succeeding as a Summer Associate
  • Location: Law School 3043 , James E Padilla Classroom
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Have a job lined up as a Summer Associate at a law firm or interested in becoming a Summer Associate? Come learn the tools necessary to succeed at your law firm, so you can achieve that job offer at the end of the summer. Attorneys from Haynes and Boone will share their insight on the keys to a successful summer in a panel presentation. Co-Sponsored by WLSA, HLSA, ALSA, SALSA, BLSA, and Outlaw. Lunch will be provided by Haynes and Boone. For more information, please contact Katie Karges at kjk23@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Information Session, Local
12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Chair Massage - Duke Cancer Center
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Appointments are required. Location: Duke Cancer Center Boutique. Offered to Duke Employees Only, a Chair Massage is a proven method of relaxation, relieve tense muscles and refresh your energy. Massage rates are or $180 LFL dollars for 15 minutes/360 LFL dollars for 30 minutes or $18 (Cash or Check) for 15 minutes/$36 for 30 minutes. For additional information or to schedule an appointment, please call LIVE FOR LIFE at 919-684-3136 (Option 1).
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/stress/chair_massage.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Festival_Fair, Health_Wellness
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Materiality & Embodiment in Sacred Economies of Exchange
  • Location: Langford 152 , Alumni Memorial Common Room
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Speakers: David Morgan, Duke University Panos Mitkidis, Duke University and Aarhus University Frank Graziano, Connecticut College Jessica Boon, UNC Chapel Hill Alumni Memorial Common Room, Divinity School
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
1:15 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.SCOPE: Communication
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Joe Jackson, MD and Bill Taub, LCSW will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 1:15 to 4:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
2:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Walking Office Hours w/ Marc (Instructional Design/Technology), 2-2:30-ish every Thursday
  • Location: Christine Siegler Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Atrium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join Marc Sperber for a stroll in the Duke Gardens for a casual chat about your instructional design/technology ideas or questions and let the fresh air and movement spur your creativity. We'll meet in the DUSON Atrium and leave a couple of minutes after 2pm. Weather permitting. Marc is the Instructional Design/Technology Consultant with DUSON's Institute for Educational Excellence (IEE).
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pediatric Gastrointestinal Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room T0908, Children's Health Center from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Campus Farm Work Day
  • Location: Duke Campus Farm
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: McGinty, Emily
  • Description: Join the Duke Campus Farm for public community work days every Thursday and Sunday from 3-5pm. Help us keep our farm growing and enjoy good conversation about all things food-systems related. Work days typically include some combination of weeding, mulching, harvesting, bed preparation, and more. No experience necessary, and all ages and folks welcome (little ones must be accompanied by an adult!) Stay in the loop by checking our Facebook page in case of inclement weather: https://www.facebook.com/dukecampusfarm We are located at 4934 Friends School Rd, directly across from the Carolina Friends School. We also offer limited carpool space to anyone looking for a ride from East or West Campus. Email us at dukecampusfarm@gmail.com to request a ride. See you at the farm! Groups of more than 8: Please contact us as least 24 hours in advance and let us know of your plans to join work day. We can plan more accordingly this way. Thanks!
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness, Sustainability, Volunteer_Community_Service
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Veggie Van Mobile Market
  • Location: Marshall I. Pickens Building , 2100 Erwin Road
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Veggie Van Mobile Market will be at the Duke Family Medicine Center, Marshall I. Pickens Building, 2100 Erwin Road, every Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. Veggie Van is a mobile market that brings high-quality, affordable local fruits and vegetables to neighborhoods with limited access to fresh, healthy food. The Duke community is invited to buy local produce from the Veggie Van. Make your selection online ahead of time for pick-up, or shop at the mobile market. Pricing is on a sliding scale. The low price goes toward paying the farmers, and every extra dollar supports the program and helps keep costs low for limited-income households. Click on "More Information" below to learn how to order.
  • Link: http://cnpnc.org/index.php/veggie-van/community-sites/263-interested-in-having-veggie-van-deliver-to-your-community
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Scholarly Publishing 101 for Students
  • Location: Bostock Library - The Edge Workshop Room , First Floor
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Are you interested in publishing your research, but not sure where to start? Navigating the landscape of scholarly publishing can be challenging, but the Duke Libraries' Scholarly Publishing 101 seminar is designed to allow you to ask a panel of experts on the publishing industry about finding the tools to get your work published. The seminar will feature Kevin Smith, Head of the Office of Copyright and Scholarly Communication at Duke Libraries, Courtney Berger of Duke University Press, and Dr. Beth Sullivan, Professor of Genetics and Genomics at Duke and editor for the journals PLOS Genetics and Chromosome Research. The panel will address students' questions on a number of topics, including: Why publish as a student, and how do I choose the right journal? How does peer review work? How are editorial decisions about articles made? What is the difference between a closed access and open access journal? How do I navigate signing a publication contract? What my rights as an author? How can I turn my dissertation into my first book?
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Research, Information Session
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Department of Cell Biology In House Seminar
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Soderling, Jacquelyn
  • Description: Department of Cell Biology In House Seminars feature a 30 minute presentation each by a graduate student and a post doc.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
4:15 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science at Duke
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 10, 2nd Floor
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Visualization is often touted as a way of both exploring and communicating the results of data analysis. The role of visualization as a source of inspiration and engagement with a research topic is less examined but no less crucial to the power of visualization. This talk will feature an introduction to the Places and Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit, an exhibit of 100 maps of science that is being hosted at Duke throughout the spring semester. These maps span many topic areas and visualization techniques and show the range of opportunities afforded by visualization. After a short discussion of the history of the exhibit and the other exhibit venues at Duke, the group will take a tour through Bay 11 to see the group of 40 maps and additional exhibit elements displayed in Smith Warehouse. The maps will be available throughout the spring semester to inspire visualizations for research and education across campus. All those interested in Media Arts + Sciences at Duke are welcome! Drinks and light snacks are provided. Please enter through Smith Warehouse Bay 12 or Bay 9, 2nd floor.
  • Link: http://vis.duke.edu/Rendezvous
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Social, Research, Technology
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Probability Seminar
  • Location: Physics 119
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "Non-asymptotic approach in random matrix theory" Random matrix theory studies the asymptotics of the spectral distributions of families of random matrices, as the sizes of the matrices tend to infinity. Derivation such asymptotics frequently requires analyzing the spectral properties of random matrices of a large fixed size, especially of their singular values. We will discuss several recent results in this area concerning matrices with independent entries, as well as random unitary and orthogonal perturbations of a fixed matrix. We will also show an application of the non-asymptotic random matrix theory to estimating the permanent of a deterministic matrix.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.BioE Seminar - Synthetic Biology: From Parts to Modules to Therapeutic Systems
  • Location: Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Abstract: Synthetic biology is revolutionizing how we conceptualize and approach the engineering of biological systems. Recent advances in the field are allowing us to expand beyond the construction and analysis of small gene networks towards the implementation of complex multicellular systems with a variety of applications. In this talk I will describe our integrated computational / experimental approach to engineering complex behavior in a variety of cells, with a focus on mammalian cells. In our research, we appropriate design principles from electrical engineering and other established fields. These principles include abstraction, standardization, modularity, and computer aided design. But we also spend considerable effort towards understanding what makes synthetic biology different from all other existing engineering disciplines and discovering new design and construction rules that are effective for this unique discipline.
  • Link: http://cbte.pratt.duke.edu/seminars
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Connect.Learn.Grow Workshop Series
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Connect. Learn. Grow. (CLG) Workshop Series provides richer and deeper level of information and advice beyond our regular orientation. IHouse offers international students and scholars further opportunities to learn how to navigate their life at Duke and in Durham. Spring 2015 Schedule (Thursdays 5:00 pm ~ 6:30 pm) 1/15 Welcome/Welcome Back Party 1/22 Cooking 101: Preparing a Soup-er Delicious Dinner 1/29 American Football 101 2/5 Black Popular Music: 2/12 American Common Courtesy 2/19 Introduction to U.S. Taxes 2/26 Immigration Issues 3/5 Speak Up for Yourself 3/19 Reading Scientific Journal Articles
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Open House, Orientation
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke in India Info Meeting
  • Location: Rubenstein Hall 242
  • Contact: Searles, Joy
  • Description: Want to learn about global health, conservation management and development studies in India? Join us for an information meeting about the Duke Semester in India program on Thursday, Jan. 29 at 5pm in Rubenstein 242
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, International, India focus
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Visiting Artist Talk
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art Auditorium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, and professor. His recent projects include Imaginary Archive Philadelphia, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, U. Penn; Our Barricades at Station Independent Gallery; Imaginary Archive: Las Kurbas Center, Kyiv, Ukraine; and Rebel City: AND Platfrom, Barcelona, Spain. Sholette is a member of Gulf Labor Coalition and co founder of the artists¿ collectives Political Art Documentation/Distribution (PAD/D: 1980-1988), and REPOhistory (1989-2000). His publications include It's The Political Economy, Stupid co-edited with Oliver Ressler, (Pluto Press, 2013) and Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture (Pluto Press, 2011). A former CAA board member he teaches art and social practice at Queens College, City University of New York and is associate faculty at Home WorkSpace, Beirut, as well as the Art, Design and the Public Domain program of Harvard University¿s Graduate School of Design. http://gregorysholette.com http://darkmatterarchives.net
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:15 PM - 5:55 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Choral Vespers
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Klumpp, Andrew
  • Description: Choral Vespers is held on Thursday evenings at 5:15 p.m. This 30-40 minute candlelight service consists of scripture readings, prayers, and sacred music. The Duke Vespers Ensemble leads the choral portion of the service. All are welcome!
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music, Religious_Spiritual
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Miró Visual Poetry
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: Miró is known to have said 'I make no distinction between painting and poetry.' Experience the later works of the artist during readings in English and Spanish of contemporary Spanish poetry. Same day exhibition ticket required for gallery entrance.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/event/miro-visual-poetry-2/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Reading, Multicultural_Identity, International
5:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.International Student-Alumni Reception & Dinner - New York, NY
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Join us as we strengthen our ties with Duke Law School, fellow alumni, prospective employers and the current class of LLM students. Dean David F. Levi, Associate Dean Jennifer Maher '83, and the International Advisory Board of Duke Law School cordially invite you to attend one or both of these special programs: Reception in Honor of the International Student Interview Program at 5:30 p.m. and/or Sixth Annual Duke Law School International Alumni and Student Dinner at 8:00 p.m. Sponsored by the International Studies Office at Duke Law. Learn more and register here: https://secure.www.alumniconnections.com/olc/pub/DUKE/event/showEventForm.jsp?form_id=184272. Questions? Contact Oleg Kobelev at Kobelev@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Social, International
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Money Talks: Philanthropy, Politics, and Democracy
  • Location: Sanford Fleishman Commons
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: New Yorker investigative reporter Jane Mayer, philanthropist and political scientist James Piereson and businessman J. Adam Abram will discuss the impact of big money on American democracy and governance at Duke University on Thursday, Jan. 29. The Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture begins at 5:30 p.m. in the Sanford School of Public Policy's Fleishman Commons, and is free and open to the public. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q & A. Parking is available in the Public Policy Parking Lot. Professor of Law and Public Policy Joel Fleishman will moderate the panel, which will examine how the influx of money is shaping policy agendas. Mayer, a reporter for The New Yorker, has written about money in politics for more than a decade, with articles covering spending from both liberals and conservatives, including George Soros, the Koch brothers and Art Pope. She received the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting in 2012 for her article on North Carolina state politics. Piereson is president of the William E. Simon Foundation, a private foundation which has interested in education, religion and the problems of youth. He is also a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Abram is CEO of the James River Group and chair of the Sanford School Board of Visitors. The talk will be streamed live from http://youtu.be/9B70xvNvmMc
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/policy-connect/events/money-talks-philanthropy-politics-and-democracy
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Taglit - Birthright Israel Information Session 1
  • Location: Freeman Center for Jewish Life
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Taglit - Birthright Israel Registration Opens February 2nd! Info Session 1: January 29th - 6pm-8pm - Freeman Center Info Session 2: February 9th - 6pm-8pm - Griffith Board Room (Bryan Center) Parent Phone Call: January 29th - 8:30pm est Travel to Israel...free! Do you want to be a part of the only OFFICIAL DUKE TAGLIT-BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL TRIP? If you're Jewish, age 18-26, and have never traveled on a peer-group trip to Israel since the age of 18, this is for you! Attending an info session is not required to participate but is STRONGLY encouraged. If your parents want to be on the parent conference call, please heave them e-mail us. Want to learn more? E-mail birthright@duke.edu.
  • Link: http://https://www.facebook.com/events/1780157045542873/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Free Food and Beverages, Information Session, International, Multicultural_Identity, Religious_Spiritual, Israel focus
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Embodying History (In the LGBTQ Community) Through Movement Workshop
  • Location: Bryan Center - Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This workshop is for people that are interested in learning about the LGBTQ from the 1960's to the present. Through movement and dialogue participants will learn and experience what it was like during the 60's Civil Rights Movement, the life of Harvey Milk, protests and marches of the 70's for equal rights and gay pride, the 80's AIDS crisis, and through the present. Within this workshop participants will have the opportunity to reflect on their own identity, sexuality, race, culture, gender, religion, spirituality, discrimination, and equality. Discussion to follow.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Health_Wellness, Civic Engagement/Social Action
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke in the Arab World Summer Program Information Session
  • Location: Allen 229
  • Contact: Searles, Joy
  • Description: Come join us to learn more about this six week summer program based in Morocco (Fez, Rabat). Meet the faculty director, Prof. Mbaye Lo who will give an overview of this two credit program featuring Arabic language instruction (Moroccan dialect) and a course on Religious Citizenship in the Arab world. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and hear more about the courses, field trips and homestays. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday. Apply soon- the deadline is approaching quickly (Feb. 1).
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, International, Africa focus
6:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.An Evening of Russian Art & Folk Songs
  • Location: Biddle 101
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Edna Andrews (Department of Slavic and Eurasian Studies, Duke University) Irina Guliakova (Department of Russian Language, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia)
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--AMI Showcase--"Touch of Evil" (classic Orson Welles film noir)
  • Location: White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
  • Cost: Free and Open to the Public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "Touch of Evil" (Orson Welles, 1958, 95 min, USA, in English and Spanish with English Subtitles, B&W, Blu-Ray) / This baroque nightmare of a south-of-the-border mystery is considered to be one of the great movies of Orson Welles, who both directed and starred in it. In "Touch of Evil," Mexican Narcotics officer Ramon Miguel 'Mike' Vargas has to interrupt his honeymoon on the Mexican-US border when an American building contractor is killed after someone places a bomb in his car. As a result, Vargas delays his return to Mexico City where he has been mounting a case against the Grandi family crime and narcotics syndicate. What follows is a mob thriller containing one of the most celebrated long-takes in the history of cinema. / Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qarsXV_d4cA
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2015/01/29/screen-society-ami-showcase-touch-of-evil-7-00pm
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Mexico focus
7:30 PM - 11:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."ShondaLand" Watch Party
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
  • Contact: Jackson, Camille
  • Description: A two-day symposium, Jan. 29-30, will explore African-American TV producer Shonda Rhimes' impact on mainstream television through her inclusion of richly drawn, complex black female characters. Named for Rhimes' production company, "ShondaLand, the Symposium" begins with a Thursday evening watch party at the Full Frame Theater at ATC (320 Blackwell St., Durham).The event begins with a 7:30 p.m. reception and 8 p.m. season premiere watch party of three ABC shows, "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal," and "How To Get Away With Murder." The following day the symposium brings together an interdisciplinary group of female scholars in the fields of history, women¿s studies, law, cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, black diaspora studies and media studies to explore the broad implications of Rhimes' work. The event, as well as parking, is free and open to the public.
  • Link: https://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/shondaland-watch-party-and-symposium
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Conference_Symposium
8:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Taglit - Birthright Israel Parent Information Call
  • Location: Freeman Center for Jewish Life
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Taglit - Birthright Israel Registration Opens February 2nd! Info Session 1: January 29th - 6pm-8pm - Freeman Center Info Session 2: February 9th - 6pm-8pm - Griffith Board Room (Bryan Center) Parent Phone Call: January 29th - 8:30pm est Travel to Israel... free! Do you want your student to be a part of the only OFFICIAL DUKE TAGLIT-BIRTHRIGHT ISRAEL TRIP? Jewish students, ages 18-26, who have never traveled on a peer-group trip to Israel since the age of 18, are eligible. Attending an info session is not required but is STRONGLY encouraged. Parents are invited to join Jewish Agency Israel Fellow, Liraz Cohen, and Program Coordinator, Jenn Handel, on an informational conference call on January 29th at 8:30pm EST. To join the call, e-mail birthright@duke.edu with your name and your student's name.
  • Link: http://https://www.facebook.com/events/1780157045542873/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, International, Multicultural_Identity, Religious_Spiritual, Israel focus
9:00 PM - 11:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Independent Housing information session & Mixer
  • Location: Gilbert-Addoms Residence Hall
  • Contact: Bergene, Lisa Beth
  • Description: Learn about life in an Independent House and meet other students who will be living in an Indy House next fall.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session, Social, Free Food and Beverages
9:10 PM - 10:10 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Meet and Greet
  • Location: Bryan Center - Multicultural Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Come and learn about Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and meet the members of the fraternity.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Social, Reception, Local
Friday, January 30, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
7:00 AM - 7:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Neonatology Fellows Physiology Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the NICU Conference Room from 7:00 to 7:30 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Cardiology Surgical Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Duke Medicine Pavilion, 2W93 from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:00 AM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Antifungal Drug Discovery Summit
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Palmer, Melissa
  • Description: Antifungal Drug Development Summit, sponsored by the tri-institutional Molecular Mycology and Pathogenesis Training Program (MMPTP), the Center for Microbial Pathogenesis, and the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, to be held on the Duke University Campus. Our invited speakers will include Leah Cowen (University of Toronto), Gerry Wright (McMaster University), Ameeta Agarwal (University of Mississippi), Damian Krysan (University of Rochester), Terry Roemer (Merck), Mitchell Mutz (Amplyx), Mike Peel (Scynexis), and others. We will also have ample time to include talks from those from our three institutions relevant to the topic. At this stage we are welcoming suggestions and nominations for speakers, including self nominations. There will also be a poster session at which we plan to feature work from our current MMPTP fellows, alumni MMPTP fellows, as well as from other fellows and students in our community working on this general topic.
  • Link: http://mgm.duke.edu/news/drug_development_summit_2015.html
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Research
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Neonatal Grand Rounds
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in the NICU Conference Room from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Medicine Grand Rounds
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Zuiker, Anton
  • Description: Medicine Grand Rounds is a weekly conference that features speakers from within Duke and around the world discussing clinical and research topics.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness, Conference_Symposium, Research, Local
8:10 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PHO Fellow Heme Lecture
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "Iron Overload: Diagnosis, Management & Monitoring," with Sarah Leonard, MD and Jennifer Rothman, MD will be held in Room 302, Hanes House from 8:10 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:15 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Intern Morning Report
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference with Sarah Blanchard, MD will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 8:15 to 9:00 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
8:45 AM - 9:45 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pediatric Nephrology Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room 1308, Duke North from 8:45 to 9:45 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Workshop on Event Count Time Series Methods"
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 270
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: "Workshop on Event Count Time Series Methods" Jan 30th | 9AM | 270 Gross Hall Patrick Brandt Associate Professor of Political Science in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences and Faculty Associate at the Center for Global Collective Action at the University of Texas at Dallas. CONTACT: Kyle Beardsley- kyle.beardsley@duke.edu for background material
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dive Into Durham Spring Break Program: Apply by 1/30/15
  • Location: Durham N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Dive into Durham is five days of immersive, direct service during Duke's Spring Break (March 9-14, 2015) that introduces students to the issues of hunger and homelessness in Durham. Participants will volunteer 12-16 hours with local nonprofit organizations that address food and housing insecurities such as Urban Ministries of Durham, NC Food Bank and Lakewood Community Garden. Students will also participate in reflective dialogues about how hunger and homelessness affect our community and what can be done about it, while exploring Durham's culture and history. There is no cost to participate. If you currently live on campus, the Duke residence halls are open during Spring Break. Undergraduate and graduate students welcome! Enrollment limited to 10 students. Apply here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HR5RH55 by January 30, 2015.
  • Link: http://community.duke.edu/duke-student-engagement/dive-into-durham/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Infectious Diseases Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Room T0912, Children's Health Center in Room T0912, Children's Health Center from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Global Cafe
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Global Café is a weekly informal gathering that brings together members of the Duke community - students, international scholars, exchange students, spouses and staff! Come to the International House to join old friends or make new ones over FREE coffee, tea, and pastries! WHERE? International House, 300 Alexander Ave. You can park at the back of IHouse, or you can reach us by taking C2 bus (East-Central-West bus) from the bus stop in front of Duke Chapel. WHEN? 9:30 -10:30 am on Fridays Come and take a bite out of our delicious world!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, International
9:30 AM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ShondaLand, the Symposium
  • Location: Old Chemistry 011
  • Contact: Jackson, Camille
  • Description: The second day of a two-day symposium will explore African-American TV producer Shonda Rhimes' impact on mainstream television through her inclusion of richly drawn, complex black female characters. Named for Rhimes' production company, "ShondaLand, the Symposium" brings together an interdisciplinary group of female scholars in the fields of history, women¿s studies, law, cultural studies, gender and sexuality studies, black diaspora studies and media studies to explore the broad implications of Rhimes' work. For a complete list of speakers, go to https://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/shondaland-watch-party-and-symposium The event is free and open to the public.
  • Link: http://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/shondaland-watch-party-and-symposium
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.1L Photoshoot
  • Location: Law School Blue Lounge
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: A photographer will be in the Blue Lounge on Friday, January 30th to take professional headshots for the 1L class. These headshots will be used in the Employer Guide for 2L recruiting. Please sign up by 5 pm, Monday, January 26 at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c094ba5a72ca5f49-1lphotoshoot. You must dress in business attire. All 1Ls should participate. If you are unavailable on January 30, please notify erin.biggerstaff@law.duke.edu. Sponsored for the Career & Professional Development Center. For further information, please contact Erin Biggerstaff at erin.biggerstaff@law.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.How I Write: A Conversation with Robert Thompson and Julie Reynolds
  • Location: Perkins Library 217
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join Jennifer Ahern-Dodson as she talks with faculty across disciplines about their writing lives. What does it look like when they sit down to write? What sustains them in large projects? When do they find the most joy in their work? How do they cultivate creativity in their work? Hear from Dr. Julie Reynolds, a biology professor and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at Duke, and Dr. Robert Thompson, a Duke professor of psychology and neuroscience.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/facultywrite/how-i-write/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Lecture_Talk, Free Food and Beverages
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Workshop & conversation with 'Dark Matter' author Greg Sholette (part 2)
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 10, 2nd Floor
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Open to all, short readings available, but not required. Email Pedro Lasch at plasch@duke.edu if you'd like to receive the readings. Gregory Sholette is a New York-based artist, writer, and professor. His recent projects include Imaginary Archive Philadelphia, at the Institute of Contemporary Art, U. Penn; Our Barricades at Station Independent Gallery; Imaginary Archive: Las Kurbas Center, Kyiv, Ukraine; and Rebel City: AND Platfrom, Barcelona, Spain. Sholette is a member of Gulf Labor Coalition and co founder of the artists¿ collectives Political Art Documentation/Distribution (PAD/D: 1980-1988), and REPOhistory (1989-2000). His publications include It's The Political Economy, Stupid co-edited with Oliver Ressler, (Pluto Press, 2013) and Dark Matter: Art and Politics in an Age of Enterprise Culture (Pluto Press, 2011). A former CAA board member he teaches art and social practice at Queens College, City University of New York and is associate faculty at Home WorkSpace, Beirut, as well as the Art, Design and the Public Domain program of Harvard University¿s Graduate School of Design. http://gregorysholette.com http://darkmatterarchives.net
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ITEHP ToxSeminar Series
  • Location: Environment Hall Field Auditorium
  • Contact: Volkoff, Savannah
  • Description: Dr. Jordan Bailey, a Postdoctoral Associate in Edward Levin's laboratory, will be giving a talk titled, "The Development and Use of a Neurobehavioral Test Battery for the Characterization of Environmental Toxicants: An Evaluation of Firemaster 550."
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Research
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Microbes, carbon, and climate change along the river-ocean continuum of the Amazon
  • Location: Environment Hall 1105
  • Contact: Martin, Beatriz
  • Description: The Amazon River contributes considerable freshwater and dissolved constituents to the global ocean, and its low-salinity plume offshore significantly impacts the carbon and nutrient cycles of the western tropical North Atlantic Ocean. Viewing the river-plume-ocean system as a continuum, rather than a point source, is a key component of the GBMF- and NSF-funded ROCA / ANACONDAS project effort. Here Yager will report on key findings of a multi-season field effort in the lower reach of the Amazon mainstem and offshore plume to determine the impact of the river on the regional and global carbon cycle. Combining microbial and geochemical data from the continuum improves our understanding of the links between the river, the plume, and the tropical Atlantic carbon cycle, as well as our predictive capabilities under future climate change. http://www.marsci.uga.edu/directory/patricia-l-yager
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Towards the Development of Novel Immunotherapy Targets and Biomarkers
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Zuiker, Anton
  • Description: Medicine Research Conference is a monthly presentation of outstanding research in the Department of Medicine and is designed to foster new initiatives and collaborations among our faculty. Dr. Hanks will present "Exploring Paracrine Signaling Pathways that Promote Tolerogenic Dendritic Cell Development and Immune Evasion in the Melanoma Microenvironment : Towards the Development of Novel Immunotherapy Targets and Biomarkers."
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Health_Wellness, Research, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.VFF: Visualizing Digital Seriality: Correlating Code and Community in the Super Mario Modding Scene
  • Location: LSRC D106
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: This presentation considers how tools and methods of digital humanities ¿ including "distant reading" and visualization techniques ¿ can shed light on serialization processes in digital games and gaming communities. The vibrant "modding" scene that has arisen around the classic Nintendo game Super Mario Bros. (1985) serves as a case study. Automated "reading" techniques allow us to survey a large collection of fan-based game modifications, while visualization software such as Tableau and Palladio help to bridge the gap between code and community, revealing otherwise invisible connections and patterns of seriality.
  • Link: http://vis.duke.edu/FridayForum/#2015-01-30
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Meet Your World @ Duke: IRAN
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: None
  • Description: In this series of presentations, international spouses will share their culture, religious customs, cuisine, arts, and history with you. Representing diverse cultures through different speakers each month, we will be featuring Iran this month. Please bring your lunch and we'll provide desert and beverages!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Brown Bag, Information Session, Multicultural_Identity, Workshop_Short_Course, Middle East focus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Mathematical Biology Seminar
  • Location: Physics 119
  • Contact: Brown, Monique
  • Description: "Applying persistent homology to brain artery and vein imaging" Persistent homology measures geometric structures using topological invariants. When the structures are magnetic resonance images of branching arteries, for example, persistent homology records the connectedness of an increasing subset of the vessels. Although the theory of persistent homology is relatively well developed, and many aspects of its behavior are understood in synthetic examples, only recently have applications to genuine experimental data begun. This talk explains what we have learned about the geometry of blood vessels in aging human brains, as well as lessons this exploration has taught us about applications of persistent homology in general. These lessons inform further potential applications of persistent homology in statistical problems from biological and medical imaging. The main results are joint with Paul Bendich, Steve Marron, Aaron Pieloch, and Sean Skwerer (Math junior faculty, Stat faculty, Math undergrad, and Operations Research grad student). The talk will be accessible to advanced mathematics and statistics undergraduates, medical and biological researchers, statistics and mathematics faculty, and everybody in between.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Cardiac Cath Case Review and Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Duke North, 7th floor from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Neurology Resident Noon Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: Conference will be held in Duke North, Room 2253 from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Lunchtime Lab for Undergrads: LinkedIn Edition [Registration Required]
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Career Center , Bay 5, Second floor
  • Contact: McGrail, Rosalind (Lindy)
  • Description: If you think your LinkedIn profile doesn't matter, think again! 89% of all recruiters have hired someone through LinkedIn. Bring your lunch and join a career advisor and your peers in a casual, small-group setting to learn how to create a meaningful profile and connect with alumni, other professionals and companies in the industry you are interested in--maximizing your job and internship search! **To register, click on More Info below
  • Link: http://duke.experience.com/stu/public_event_profile?event_hnd=466255
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Workshop_Short_Course, Social
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.A little sugar goes a long way: O-GlcNAc and disease epigenetics
  • Location: Nanaline Duke 147
  • Contact: Wilkison, Peggy
  • Description: John Hanover, PhD, NIDDK, NIH. Seminar Title: A little sugar goes a long way: O-GlcNAc and disease epigenetics. Hosted by Michael Boyce.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Research
12:15 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Resident Noon Conference
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Casey, Rebecca
  • Description: "Circumcision & Undescended Testes," with John Wiener, MD will be held in the Harris Library, Children's Health Center from 12:15 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Faculty Workshop
  • Location: Law School 4042
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Sponsored by the Office of the Dean. For more information, please contact Gladys Bethea at gladys.bethea@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: Careers in International Law: Transnational Litigation and Antitrust/Competition with Tiaunia Bedell '07
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Please join Ms. Bedell (JD-LLM '07), a senior associate at Gibson Dunn in Los Angeles, for a wide-ranging conversation about transnational litigation, including her defense against the recognition of a fraudulent multi-billion dollar judgment in the Chevron v. Donziger case in Ecuador. Ms. Bedell will discuss her career and day-to-day work, while offering advice to students pursuing internationally focused legal careers. Lunch will be served. Sponsored by the JD-LLM program. Please contact Oleg Kobelev at kobelev@law.duke.edu with any questions.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, International, Local
12:45 PM - 2:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jummah/ Friday Prayer
  • Location: Duke Chapel Basement-Lounge
  • Contact: Khan, Natavan
  • Description: Jummah (Friday) prayers are held every week on campus when classes are in session during the fall and spring semesters. Jummah is a congregational prayer (salaat) that Muslims hold every Friday around noontime. Khutbas (sermons) are led by a variety of individuals throughout the year, including Imam Abdullah Antepli, Imam Abdulhafeez Waheed, students, faculty and invited guest speakers. Sisters can have their Khutbahs read by any male. If you are interested in writing and/or delivering a Khutbah this semester, please contact Zohair Zaidi (zohair.zaidi@duke.edu). All are welcome to attend and observe. After prayer services, the community gathers together to socialize over lunch offered by Muslim Life at Duke. Jummah is a wonderful way to catch up with friends and meet new members to the Duke Muslim community.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Religious_Spiritual, Social
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Info Session on Clinical Immersion Experiences
  • Location: Christine Siegler Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1014-Auditorium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: For ABSN students. During this event, students will learn more about the global clinical placement opportunities available to ABSN students in the Spring cohort.
  • Topical Areas: Information Session, Local, Main
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Freestyle Friday
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Greenwald, Alec
  • Description: Join us at the Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture as we celebrate the vast contributions of the African diaspora through food, music, and fellowship.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Social, Africa focus, Concert_Music, Movie_Film, Exhibit
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Project Reflect: Your long-term relationship...with service
  • Location: Bryan Center
  • Contact: Lubbers, Rachael
  • Description: Your long-term relationship... with service #YOSO ¿ You Only Serve Once How much of your service has been trendy vs a long-term commitment? Causes constantly sweep across social media and school campuses, only to be replaced by the next ¿it¿ cause. Many of us had a blast participating in the MLK Day of Service on Monday, and the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge this summer. High-profile service is fun, and often does great good¿ but what happens when the trend passes? What are the short-and long-term effects ¿ both for us, and for those we are ¿serving¿? Come reflect on your short- and long-term relationship to service at the next LEAPS hosted Project Reflect event in the BC middle level on January 30th at 2 pm for an hour of coffee, hot chocolate, and discussion.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Independent House Fair and Open Houses
  • Location: Keohane Atrium/University Room 4E
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Indy House Fair will feature representatives from the Independent Houses on West & Central Campuses. Meet with members to talk about house activities such as FINvites, game watches, and other events! House commons rooms will also be open during this time, so while you are on West, check out the amenities that each Independent House offers.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Festival_Fair, Information Session, Leadership, Open House, Social, Reception
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Kickback Friday
  • Location: Bryan Center - Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Kick back and enjoy the start of your weekend with Kickback Fridays in the Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity. Every Friday of the semester, the Center will host a social for Duke allies and members of the LGBTQ community. It is the perfect way to kick start your weekend.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Social
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Julia Driver, Washington University - St. Louis
  • Location: West Duke 202
  • Contact: Olds, Lisa
  • Description: "Virtue and Moral Deference" A consensus seems to have arisen in the moral testimony literature that moral knowledge can be transmitted solely via testimony. However, some other writers, such as Alison Hills, hold that this is not as significant as it first appears, since the really important issue isn't knowledge, but, rather, understanding. On her view, reliance on testimony undermines moral understanding, which in turn undermines certain other things that we care about, such as moral worth and virtue. In this paper I assume, for the sake of argument, that understanding is very different from knowledge. My targets are some of the significance claims Hills makes for moral understanding. I argue that virtue requires responsible deference.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Advanced Party Monitor
  • Location: Women's Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: ***Introductory Party Monitor is a prerequisite***Party Monitor Trainings are a chance for students to talk with other student leaders and learn skills regarding:The goals of hosting events- The roles of the Party Monitor- The risks associated with alcohol and other drug use- How to promote safe social behaviors- Resources and support for your group- Develop skills to address potentially dangerous and questionable behavior among your guests, including overconsumption of alcohol and drugs and situations potentially involving sexual assault. REGISTER at: https://dukegroups.com/organization/partymonitor * Remember to bring your Duke ID and laptop or smartphone.
  • Link: http://studentaffairs.duke.edu/duwell/alcoholsexual-health/alcohol-education/party-monitor-trainings
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Health_Wellness
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Methods for Quantifying Conflict Casualties in Syria
  • Location: Old Chemistry 116
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Seminars generally take place in 116 Old Chem Building on Fridays from 3:30 - 4:30 pm. However, please check individual abstracts to confirm time and location. Refreshments will be served after the seminars in Old Chemistry 211. Metered Parking is available at various locations on campus. If you have never visited us before, please see our driving directions and map. The easiest and most convenient parking areas are located at the Bryan Center parking garage near Duke Statistics (recommended) or at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens. Please email or call Karen Whitesell for additional information: karen@stat.duke.edu or phone 919-684-8029. Sorry, but we do not have reprints available. Please feel free to contact the authors by email for follow-up information, articles, etc. Reception following seminar in 211 Old Chemistry
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Music Lecture: Naomi Waltham-Smith (Univ. of Pennsylvania)
  • Location: See description
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Thompson, Elizabeth
  • Description: *Lecture takes place in the Music Library Seminar Room in the Mary Duke Biddle Music Building.* "Beethoven's Blush"-- Naomi Waltham-Smith's research sits at the intersection of music theory and Continental philosophy. She is interested in how the critical resources of recent French and Italian thought might be deployed to interrogate the ethical significance of the processes and structures of music and listening. Her works engages with the thought of Aristotle, Heidegger, Agamben, Badiou, Deleuze, Derrida, and Nancy among others. She is currently writing a book on "Music and Belonging Between Restoration and Revolution." Construing the twin notions of belonging as ownership and as inclusion in a community as a binary system for constructing an ontology both of humanity and of German instrumental music, this project explores how the stylistic and structural characteristics of the Classical style register a crisis of belonging in modernity and at times threaten to halt the workings of this binary machine.
  • Link: http://music.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Humorlessness/Politics: A Talk by Lauren Berlant
  • Location: East Duke 204B
  • Cost: FREE
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This paper addresses humorlessness as ontology, performance, and affect; and as threat and aspiration. It asks how the encounter with humorlessness structures the political scene and style of encounter, and it looks at how unlearning attachment to some styles of it without repairing its force have been modeled aesthetically as performance. Its cases range from the League of Revolutionary Black Workers' documentary, *Finally Got the News* (1970) to some contemporary political art of Steve McQueen, William Pope.L, and Claire Pentecost. The talk is humorless, among other things. This is a first foray into a new project.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Wild and Scenic Film Festival
  • Location: See description
  • Cost: Ticket purchase required
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Wild & Scenic Film Festival is a fundraiser that provides support for Environmental Internship Fund to benefit MEM students of the Nicholas School of the Environment. The festival screens environmental and adventure films that illustrate the Earth¿s beauty, the challenges facing our planet and the work communities are doing to protect the environment. For tickets and more info click the Web link provided. The event location is Durham Arts Council, 120 Morris St., Durham, N.C. 27701
  • Link: http://nicholas.duke.edu/upcoming-events/wild-and-scenic-film-festival-jan-30th
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Festival_Fair, Sustainability
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ESQ
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Annual symposium sponsored by the Duke Business Law Society and the Career and Professional Development Center. More than 40 senior alumni will be here to share their experiences, give candid advice, and interact informally with students during panel discussions and in small groups. This is a rare and valuable educational and networking opportunity for law students to learn about different possible career paths and get to know Duke Law alumni. Sponsored by BLS and CPDC. For more information, contact the Career Center at careercenter@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Meeting, Local
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Superbowl Shabbat
  • Location: Freeman Center for Jewish Life
  • Cost: FREE
  • Contact: None
  • Description: HUT! HUT! HIKE! It's Superbowl time! We've got all your favorite Superbowl snacks and some Shabbat services as an appetizer! Get ready for the game and bring your appetites and friends to this once a year Shabbat experience! Services begin at 6pm followed by a FREE Kosher dinner at 7pm Register for dinner here: tinyurl.com/JLDShabbat Please register for dinner by 5pm on Thursday! We don't want to run out of food! Shabbat dinner from Jewish Life at Duke is always free to Duke students thanks to the generosity of the Benenson family.
  • Link: tinyurl.com/JLDShabbat
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Free Food and Beverages, International, Multicultural_Identity, Religious_Spiritual
7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Fresh Docs Film Screening: "Sacred Sound"
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The Center for Documentary Studies and the Southern Documentary Fund present a free screening of director Robin Arcus's "Sacred Sound" as part of the Fresh Docs series, which features documentary works-in-progress. "Sacred Sound" tells the story of one summer week when fifty ordinary American girls learn to sing extraordinary music in the manner of the great British cathedral choirs. Following screenings, SDF director Rachel Raney moderates a conversation with the filmmaker in which the audience participates, providing valuable feedback.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23566
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Religious_Spiritual
7:30 PM
7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Me Too Monologues 2015
  • Location: East Duke 201 (Nelson Music Room)
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Personal narratives on race, gender, sexuality, and identity written anonymously and performed by the Duke community.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Theater, Multicultural_Identity
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Branford Marsalis
  • Location: Baldwin Auditorium
  • Cost: $58; $48; $15 Age 30 and under; $10 Duke students
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Jazz titan Branford Marsalis is a GRAMMY winning saxophonist, composer, and bandleader; a record label owner responsible for some of the most electrifying jazz of the last decade; and the eldest child in a New Orleans family legendary for its dedication to jazz. A longtime Durham resident, Marsalis returns to Duke Performances with his quartet for a two-night stand at Baldwin Auditorium. Profoundly influenced by his early mentor, the renowned drummer Art Blakey, Marsalis went on to record with such luminaries as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and Sonny Rollins. His quartet recently released Four MFs Playin' Tunes, an album praised as "a knockout: hard-nosed and hyperacute, tradition-minded but modern" (New York Times). Marsalis will be joined by his critically lauded combo, which includes fellow Durham resident Joey Calderazzo, piano; Eric Revis, bass; and Justin Faulkner, drums.
  • Link: http://dukeperformances.duke.edu/calendar/branford-marsalis-quartet-0
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music
Saturday, January 31, 2015
«  9/14 - 2/22  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Miró: The Experience of Seeing' Exhibition at the Nasher Museum
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: The Nasher Museum presents a rare glimpse at the later works of Spanish-born artist Joan Miró (1893-1983), one of the greatest innovators of 20th-century art in Europe. A contemporary of Picasso as well as a fellow Catalan, Miró was briefly aligned with the Surrealists in the late 1920s in Paris and went on to create a phenomenal pictorial and sculptural universe throughout his six-decade career. Showcasing works of art exclusively drawn from the last 20 years of the artist's life, Miró: The Experience of Seeing will bring an extensive and illuminating body of Miró's work to North Carolina for the first time. Paintings, sculptures and drawings will travel from Spain's national museum of modern and contemporary art, the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid (Museo Reina Sofía). Miró: The Experience of Seeing is organized by the Seattle Art Museum and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. At the Nasher Museum, Miró: The Experience of Seeing is made possible by Marilyn M. Arthur, the Estate of Dorothy Lander, Trent Carmichael, Drs. Victor and Lenore Behar, Deborah DeMott, Nancy A. Nasher and David Haemisegger, the Cynthia and George Mitchell Foundation, Parker and Otis, Lisa Lowenthal Pruzan and Jonathan Pruzan, Mindy and Guy Solie, Richard Tigner, Carolyn Aaronson, Eunice and Herman Grossman, Caroline and Arthur Rogers, and Angela O. Terry. This exhibition is supported by an indemnity from the Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/exhibitions/miro/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/1 - 4/13  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration"
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: "From the World to Lynn: Stories of Immigration," a multimedia exhibit by Andrea Patiño Contreras on view through April 13, 2015; reception/gallery talk January 15, 2015, 6-8 p.m. Contreras, a native Colombian, created this work while in Massachusetts as a CDS Lewis Hine Documentary Fellow. She came to the U.S. at age 19, and was amazed at the "magnitude of the immigration phenomenon" in this country, a subject she explored in this project based in Lynn, Massachusetts, where foreign-born residents make up 30 percent of the population, including large Cambodian, Bhutanese, and Iraqi communities. The work includes black-and-white photos, audio oral histories, and an interactive website.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/23403
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  12/9 - 2/20  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Kabul, Afghanistan" Exhibit
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: Kabul, Afghanistan¿a powerful exhibit featuring the photographs of documentarian James Longley¿is currently on view at the Power Plant Gallery. Primarily a documentary filmmaker, Longley is known for his work that examines the lives of people in conflict zones. The exhibit features a series of panoramas¿still images sequenced together to create one photograph¿that Longley describes as "scenes united in a short, thirty-second movie." About the exhibit: "Jada-e-Maiwand, a vibrant neighborhood near the center of old Kabul, was a scene of fierce fighting and destruction during Afghanistan's civil war. Twenty years later, the area remains only partially rebuilt: mud-brick homes flank open sewers, market stalls spill over from broad avenues, and winding alleyways reveal blacksmiths, corner grocers, bolani mongers, and bakers impaling warm fish-shaped loaves on nails above their shop windows." -James Longley
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/kabul-afghanistan/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Middle East focus, Ongoing
«  1/10 - 3/2  »
«  1/12 - 4/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Places & Spaces: Mapping Science Exhibit
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: The Places & Spaces: Mapping Science exhibit will be on display at Duke from January 12 to April 10, 2015. One hundred maps of science are hanging across three separate venues on campus: The Edge (1st floor of Bostock Library), Smith Warehouse (2nd floor of Bay 11), and Gross Hall (3rd floor). The maps showcase the power of visualization to communicate science to a broader public. Events are being organized to highlight the maps and other visualization work at Duke. See the exhibit website for more details.
  • Link: http://sites.duke.edu/scimaps/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Ongoing, Exhibit
«  1/14 - 3/8  »
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ESQ
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Annual symposium sponsored by the Duke Business Law Society and the Career and Professional Development Center. More than 40 senior alumni will be here to share their experiences, give candid advice, and interact informally with students during panel discussions and in small groups. This is a rare and valuable educational and networking opportunity for law students to learn about different possible career paths and get to know Duke Law alumni. Sponsored by BLS and CPDC. For more information, contact the Career Center at careercenter@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Meeting, Local
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Social Entrepreneurship 101: Crafting Innovative, Sustainable Solutions to the World's Most Pressing Problems
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 270
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Want to change the world? Interested in learning more about social entrepreneurship? Do you have an innovative solution that you wish to develop, or are you interested in working with others who do? Join us for an interactive workshop exploring the meaning of social entrepreneurship, drawing upon many examples of leading social entrepreneurs around the world. Learn the basics of designing your own social venture focused on social or environmental issues you care about, and discover programs and resources at Duke and that can help! Open to all Duke students. Continental breakfast, sandwich lunch, and refreshments provided. Organized by the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative, in collaboration with the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke. Facilitator: Matt Nash Managing Director, Social Entrepreneurship, Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative (I&E) Center Director, Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD)
  • Link: http://jfe.qualtrics.com/form/SV_di0pNKL7BNIgZ5X
  • Topical Areas: Main, Entrepreneurship
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Alaska Law Review Spring Citechecking Training
  • Location: Law School 4172 , Sutherland Asbill and Brennan Conference Room
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Information session on changes to the citechecking process. Sponsored by Alaska Law Review. For more information, please contact Joy Tsai at Joy.Tsai@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session, Training, Local
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Zoom In: Winter Botanizing
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Fee: $15; $12 Gardens members and Duke staff/students.
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Explore plants from a "Zoom In" perspective. In this outdoor lab you will look at the architecture of a plant, learning what makes each unique. The winter season is a beautiful time to identify plants. They are pared down to their essence and you can enjoy the bark and twig colors, the buds holding next year's growth, and the seeds remaining from the previous growing season. Join us to examine the structures, identifying features, and wonder of the winter landscape. Instructor: Robert Thornhill, local plant ecologist. Snow date: Feb. 7. Participant limit: 12. Information/registration: 919-668-1707 or gardenseducation@duke.edu. Home Horticulture Certificate elective course (1.5 hours). Nature Photography Certificate optional course. gardens.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Workshop_Short_Course
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Forward in Dallas - Dallas, TX
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Alumni and friends are invited to join us for a memorable afternoon and evening of community, conversation, and celebration at Duke Forward in Dallas! This is a unique opportunity to connect with generations of Duke alumni, parents, and friends in the North Texas area-and to participate in incredible programming led by some of our remarkable faculty and students. At the Fairmont Dallas, 1717 North Akard Street, Dallas, TX. Sponsored by the Office of University Development. Learn more and register here: http://dukeforward.duke.edu/events1/duke-forward-in-dallas#event-program. Questions? Contact Tyler Bray at (919)-613-6117 or rsvp@dev.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion
7:00 PM
7:10 PM - 10:10 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Delta Sigma Theta's "Rhapsody in Red" Charity Ball
  • Location: Penn Pavilion
  • Cost: Single: $20 Couples: $35
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Chapter members will be tabling in the Bryan Center daily leading up the the event. All proceeds of our ball will once again benefit the Durham Crisis Response Center, an organization that provides comprehensive shelter and support services to survivors and their families in the aftermath of domestic and sexual violence. Tickets available through the University Box Office. www.facebook.com/dukedeltas
  • Link: http://tickets.duke.edu/Online/Article/rhapsodyinred15
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Social, Charity_Fundraising, Party, Local
7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Me Too Monologues 2015
  • Location: East Duke 201 (Nelson Music Room)
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Personal narratives on race, gender, sexuality, and identity written anonymously and performed by the Duke community.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Theater, Multicultural_Identity
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Branford Marsalis
  • Location: Baldwin Auditorium
  • Cost: $58; $48; $15 Age 30 and under; $10 Duke students
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Jazz titan Branford Marsalis is a GRAMMY winning saxophonist, composer, and bandleader; a record label owner responsible for some of the most electrifying jazz of the last decade; and the eldest child in a New Orleans family legendary for its dedication to jazz. A longtime Durham resident, Marsalis returns to Duke Performances with his quartet for a two-night stand at Baldwin Auditorium. Profoundly influenced by his early mentor, the renowned drummer Art Blakey, Marsalis went on to record with such luminaries as Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Herbie Hancock, and Sonny Rollins. His quartet recently released Four MFs Playin' Tunes, an album praised as "a knockout: hard-nosed and hyperacute, tradition-minded but modern" (New York Times). Marsalis will be joined by his critically lauded combo, which includes fellow Durham resident Joey Calderazzo, piano; Eric Revis, bass; and Justin Faulkner, drums.
  • Link: http://dukeperformances.duke.edu/calendar/branford-marsalis-quartet-0
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music

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