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Week of September 25, 2016

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Sunday, September 25, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
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.Adult Forum: Mental Health, Mental Illness, and the Christian Story (Westbrook Building)
  • Location: Westbrook 0012
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Warren Kinghorn, MD, ThD, Associate Research Professor of Psychiatry and Pastoral and Moral Theology, Duke University Medical Center and Duke Divinity School as well as Co-Director, Theology, Medicine, and Culture Initiative, Duke Divinity School, will lead a discussion on "Mental Health, Mental Illness, and the Christian Story". With a variety of guest speakers, the Adult Forum offers presentations and discussions on a wide range of topics. The thought-provoking topics include Biblical studies, current social issues and the work of mission agencies. All presentations are open to the public.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Religious_Spiritual, Health_Wellness
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Wee Praise (Westbrook Building)
  • Location: None
  • 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 (Langford Building)
  • 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
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Youth Sunday School (Westbrook Building)
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Youth, 6th - 12th grade, will meet for fun and interesting Bible lessons throughout the academic year. In the fall 2015, the class will be studying the books of Exodus and Deuteronomy.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
9:45 AM - 10:45 AM
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: Goodson Chapel , Westbrook Building
  • 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
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
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: All are welcome. Parking is available in the Bryan Center garage (125 Science Drive). Please call 919-681-9488 or email dukechapel@duke.edu for more information.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Webcast, Religious_Spiritual
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Project Orfeo
  • Location: Baldwin Auditorium
  • Cost: $10 general admission, students free
  • Contact: Thompson, Elizabeth
  • Description: *Presented in association with the Franklin Humanities Institute/Humanities Futures.* Novelist Richard Powers ("The Time of our Singing" and "The Echomaker") joins Duke faculty composer Scott Lindroth, the Horszowski Piano Trio, clarinetist Benjamin Fingland, flutist Laura Gilbert and Duke faculty violist Jonathan Bagg in a mixed-media concert that combines readings from Powers' 2014 novel "Orfeo" with performances of Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time, and the premiere a new Lindroth composition. The mixed-media event will weave probing and eloquent passages from "Orfeo" around performances of both compositions, placing them in the context of the novel's central topic, the search for a revelatory new musical language for our time. Powers' book discourses eloquently on 20th century masterpieces, while he imagines a yet-to-be-written music for the 21st century that might be derived from existing natural and scientific phenomena. Lindroth's new work takes up the challenge of the writer's imaginings, creating a fascinating dialogue between composer, writer, and performer. National Book Award-winning author Richard Powers delivers his most emotionally charged novel to date, inspired by the myth of Orpheus. "If Powers were an American writer of the nineteenth century...he'd probably be the Herman Melville of Moby-Dick. His picture is that big," wrote Margaret Atwood (New York Review of Books).
  • Link: http://tickets.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Choral Evensong
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: Lyle, Michael
  • Description: Choral Evensong is a centuries-old tradition that continues to be prayed every day all over the world. It will be offered every Sunday at 4:00 p.m. in Duke University Chapel. All are welcome! Drawn from the 17th century, worshippers are invited to enter into a sacred space of reflection through music, scripture, and prayers that have shaped Christian lives for hundreds of years. ** Note: Incense will be used at this service. **
  • Link: https://chapel.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music, Religious_Spiritual
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.First Steps: Music of an Eager Youth
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Jacobson, Christopher
  • Description: Much like the plays of William Shakespeare, the music of Bach represents a summit of human achievement. Throughout his life the organ was the instrument that proved an indispensable musical companion. From his earliest years to his deathbed, there was hardly a time in Bach's life when he was not obliged to play the organ and compose for it. Because of this, the organ works form a centerpiece of his creative evolution and existence. Bach's organ works continue to surprise and astonish three hundred years later. They are the organist's supreme challenge. They are the listener's supreme delight. They are the perfect marriage of humble purpose and high genius. In this series, each performance highlights musical and personal themes throughout Bach's life. This thematic arrangement takes listeners on an intimate journey through these pieces.
  • Link: https://chapel.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music, Religious_Spiritual
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Billy Hart Quartet feat. Mark Turner, Ben Street & Ethan Iverson
  • Location: None
  • Cost: $34, $10 Duke students. Tickets can be purchased online, via phone at 919-684-4444, and in-person at the Duke University Box Office, Monday through Friday, 11 AM to 6 PM.
  • Contact: Hunt, Gloria
  • Description: The New York Times praises Billy Hart as "a drummer of earthy enlightenment, conversant in every branch of modern jazz but forever connected to its root." That root comes from decades spent playing alongside the greatest talents in jazz: Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Stan Getz, and McCoy Tyner. More than half a century and hundreds of records into a storied career, Billy Hart still plays with precision and soul. This living legend brings to Duke Performances his own combo, the Billy Hart Quartet. Elder statesman Hart joins three next-generation stars: The Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson, tenor saxophonist Mark Turner, and bassist Ben Street. After more than a decade together, as well as two acclaimed recordings on the ECM label, this quartet has developed a "tight yet fluid interplay" (NPR) found only in jazz artists connecting at the absolutely highest level. Hear these seldom-touring masters live at the 21C ballroom, a 150-seat space at one of Durham's most stylish boutique hotels.
  • Link: http://dukeperformances.duke.edu/calendar/billy-hart-quartet-featuring-ethan-iverson-mark-turner-ben-street
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Youth Fellowship
  • Location: Duke Chapel Basement-Kitchen
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Youth in grades 6 through 12 are welcome to participate in Christian fellowship and fun, as they explore the meaning and practice of their faith. The youth typically meet in the Chapel kitchen, though they also meet in members homes. Please contact Pastor Andrew Phillips for detailed information at andrew.phillips@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Inaugural Hudi Gross Lecture welcomes Jon D. Levenson
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Jon D. Levenson, Albert A. List Professor of Jewish Studies at Harvard University, gives the inaugural lecture of the Hudi Gross Memorial Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the Duke Center for Jewish Studies. Levenson's lecture, "Genesis 22: The Binding of Isaac and the Crucifixion of Jesus," concentrates on the interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, including its reinterpretations in the "rewritten Bible" of Second Temple Judaism and rabbinic midrash. The episode that Jewish tradition calls "The Binding of Isaac" and Christian tradition terms "The Sacrifice of Isaac" plays a major structuring role in each tradition. In the case of Christianity, the little narrative in Genesis 22 powerfully shaped the way Jesus and his death are presented in the New Testament. In order to understand the full extent of this influence, one has to become aware of the interpretation of the narrative in Second Temple Judaism and how in Jewish tradition it came to be associated with Passover and the theology and institutions connected with that festival. By examining the ways the two traditions have appropriated their common scriptural story, we can understand the relationship between them better and appreciate in an equitable way both the similarities and the differences between them. This lecture series, in honor of Hudi Gross, also is in honor of Sam Levine. A reception will follow the lecture.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Religious_Spiritual, Reception
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.MFA|EDA Sunday Screening Salon
  • Location: Carpentry Shop , 1509 Campus Drive
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Sept 25: Celine and Julie Go Boating (Carpentry Shop) Duke University's Master of Fine Arts in Experimental and Documentary Arts program (MFAEDA) continues its tradition of curating and exhibiting notable moving images. Free and open to the public.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Billy Hart Quartet feat. Mark Turner, Ben Street & Ethan Iverson
  • Location: None
  • Cost: $34, $10 Duke students. Tickets can be purchased online, via phone at 919-684-4444, and in-person at the Duke University Box Office, Monday through Friday, 11 AM to 6 PM.
  • Contact: Hunt, Gloria
  • Description: The New York Times praises Billy Hart as "a drummer of earthy enlightenment, conversant in every branch of modern jazz but forever connected to its root." That root comes from decades spent playing alongside the greatest talents in jazz: Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Stan Getz, and McCoy Tyner. More than half a century and hundreds of records into a storied career, Billy Hart still plays with precision and soul. This living legend brings to Duke Performances his own combo, the Billy Hart Quartet. Elder statesman Hart joins three next-generation stars: The Bad Plus pianist Ethan Iverson, tenor saxophonist Mark Turner, and bassist Ben Street. After more than a decade together, as well as two acclaimed recordings on the ECM label, this quartet has developed a "tight yet fluid interplay" (NPR) found only in jazz artists connecting at the absolutely highest level. Hear these seldom-touring masters live at the 21C ballroom, a 150-seat space at one of Durham's most stylish boutique hotels.
  • Link: http://dukeperformances.duke.edu/calendar/billy-hart-quartet-featuring-ethan-iverson-mark-turner-ben-street
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Concert_Music
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: Goodson Chapel , Westbrook Building
  • 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, September 26, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Genitourinary Oncology Tumor Board
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This event is not held during Christmas break or on Duke Holidays
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Local
7:00 AM - 12/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race
  • Location: Rubenstein Library
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: The exhibit, "This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race, is now on display on the first floor of Rubenstein Hall at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy. Work from 27 leading editorial cartoonists offers a sharp look at campaign highlights and low blows, from Trump's hands to Clinton's emails. The exhibit is a collection of the best campaign cartoons by American editorial cartoonists, both liberal- and conservative-leaning. It opened Sept. 20 as part of the Satire Fest and will run through December 2. It can be viewed during regular business hours.
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/see-cartoonists%E2%80%99-view-2016-elections-exhibit-sanford
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, CampaignStop, Ongoing
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Graduate Student Drop-In Advising
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 15-minute sessions; first-come, first served. No appointment necessary. For graduate students enrolled in programs of the Duke Graduate School, Divinity School, Master's of Biostatistics and all Ph.D. students. Get documents reviewed (CV, resume, cover letter) and get answers to your quick questions by your Graduate Career Services team.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.How to Handle Rejection in Science
  • Location: Duke North, Room 1103 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Barrow, Norma
  • Description: This is a monthly lecture series sponsored by the Duke O'Brien Center for Kidney Research (DOCK) occurring on the last Monday of each month from 9-10 am in DN Room 1103. Topics include statistics, ethics in research, cell signaling and other topics relevant to translational research. This conference is attended by Nephrology Fellows, Post-docs. In addition post-docs and fellows from other subspecialties in the DOM are invited to attend as well. Refreshments provided courtesy of the DOCK Faculty Advisor- Matthew A. Sparks Administrative Support- Norma Barrow
  • Link: https://medicine.duke.edu/education-and-training/fellowship-programs/nephrology/training-and-curriculum/dock-research-core
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.International Week Celebration: Croissants et Café
  • Location: Law School Star Commons
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Enjoy Croissants and other pastries in honor of International Week. Sponsored by the International Studies Department. If you have any questions, please contact Tonya Jacobs at jacobs@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Global, Local
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 - Duke "North" Hospital; 5th Floor Staff Elevator Lobby
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: HealthCheck is a free, confidential health assessment available to Duke employees eligible for health care benefits. 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. Duke employees eligible for health care benefits may participate annually. No appointment necessary at this mobile location or to set up an appointment in our office on a day more convenient for you contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at 919.684.3136 select option #1.
  • 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.DVS Workshop: Regular Expressions: Matching Patterns in Your Data
  • Location: Bostock Library - The Edge Workshop Room , First Floor
  • Contact: Herndon, Joel
  • Description: Learn to use regular expressions as a powerful method for finding patterns in text and data. For example: find all words ending in "ing"; all words which begin with a capital letter; all telephone area codes that begin with either the number 7 or 8; all email addresses which contain "duke.edu". We'll use RegExr.com to help you leverage the text mining and transformation capabilities inherent in many applications and programming languages. Beginners are welcome. Please note: Laptops are required for this course.
  • Link: http://duke.libcal.com/event/2739873
  • Topical Areas: Research, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.National Pancake Day with DanCakes
  • Location: Bryan Center Plaza
  • Contact: None
  • Description: You see, the story goes that Dan was working a greasy job at a greasy-spoon, flipping burgers and frying eggs, when one day he had an idea - could he make better tips if he drew pictures in pancake batter? He decided to give it a try one slow afternoon and the first Dancake ever served netted him a neat $15. The guy who ate it loved it, and may have changed the world forever. Dan got into the habit of serving smiley-face pancakes because, hey, if one guy thought it was worth it, there would definitely be more. Fast forward five years - Dan's 23 now, and it's late summer of 2013 - when all of a sudden, the internet finds out about him. A photo has been posted to facebook, then reddit, and Dan's cell phone is 'blowing up'. "Dan," say his friends, "You're internet famous now." The reddit post leads people to Dan's facebook fan page - 'Dr. Dan the Pancake Man' - and a few weeks later a producer from NBC's The Today Show is calling Dan while he's on the job. "Hey there," says the voice on the other end of the line, "Am I speaking with, uh, Dr. Dan the Pancake Man?" They wanted to fly him out to NYC the next day so that he could be on air the morning before Thanksgiving. Not wanting to go alone, Dan invited Hank, his best friend and bandmate, and Hank said yes without hesitation. The night before the broadcast the pair applied for their LLC and the company that would become Dancakes was born. And now he's coming to Duke to celebrate National Pancake Day with us!!
  • Link: https://dukegroups.com/organization/UniversityCenterActivitiesandEvents/calendar/details/1015494
  • Topical Areas: Exhibit, Free Food and Beverages, Social, Main, Student
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Credentialing Information Session
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 3001
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Credentialing Information Session for first year PhD students
  • Topical Areas: Main, Training, Local
12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.National Key Lime Pie Day
  • Location: Marketplace
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Celebrate National Key Lime Pie Day with a slice at the Marketplace for lunch and dinner!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main
12:00 PM - 12:30 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 side chapel (Memorial Chapel) inside of 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 more information visit our website at catholic.duke.edu or email catholic@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
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 3000 , Burdman Lounge
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Sponsored by the Office of the Dean. For more information, please contact Victoria Zellefrow at victoria.zellefrow@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course, Meeting, Local
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 Meeting
  • Location: Law School 4046 , David W Ichel Seminar 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. For more information, please contact Cameron Hammel at cameron.hammel@lawnet.duke.edu with questions.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Voter Protection Panel
  • Location: Law School 3037 , Lamond Family Foundation Classroom
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Panel discussion exploring the multifaceted issue of voter protection. Sponsored by Duke Law Democrats. For more information, please contact Joe Harris at joe.harris@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.Y'all Means All: Having Trans* Inclusive Conversations
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: In anticipation of future discussions about HB 2, join OutLaw for a lunch talk by alumna Rachel See. Ms. See will be teaching us how to talk about trans* issues and laying out the landscape of the current law. This talk is in conjunction with WLSA's "Carcano v McCrory: A Look at the Lawsuit Challenging HB 2." Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by OUTLaw. For more information, please contact Madeline Gootman at madeline.gootman@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Diversity/Inclusion, Local
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Research Design & Statistics Lab
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Ladd, Libby
  • Description: The Research Design and Statistics Lab provides research design and statistical guidance and consultation for DUSON's faculty, students, and postdocs for their research with regard to the following needs: questionnaire design, data management, measurement validation, data entry, data analysis and statistical software coding.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Faculty Governance Association (FGA) Meeting
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1014-Auditorium
  • Contact: Johnson, Tina
  • Description: Since we've decided to postpone the retreat, we will convene our regular FGA meeting on Monday, Sept. 26.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local, Leadership, Training
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.One clock, two clocks, old clock, new clocks: Evolutionary insights into biological oscillators
  • Location: French Family Science Center 2231
  • Contact: Usher, Caroline
  • Description: Biochemical oscillators such as the cell cycle, circadian clocks, and metabolic rhythms often co-exist in the same cells, and interact with one another directly through genetic interactions or indirectly through shared resources. Co-existing oscillators are usually studied independently of each other despite the expectation that they could synchronize. In this talk, I will present our lab's latest work and perspective on the function, evolution, and interaction of the cell cycle, circadian clocks, and metabolic rhythms.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.MATTER AS METHOD: CONVERSATION WITH KATIE STEWART ON ETHNOGRAPHIC WRITING
  • Location: Friedl 225
  • Contact: Maschauer, Maria
  • Description: Kathleen Stewart writes ethnographic experiments aimed at approaching the compositional poesis of social-material-aesthetic ways of living through whatever's happening. Her books include A Space on the Side of the Road: A Cultural Poesis of Another America, Ordinary Affects, and, currently, Worlding and, with Lauren Berlant, The Hundreds. She teaches anthropology and writing at the University of Texas, Austin.
  • 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.Build Your Own Budget
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: You may know what a budget is or you may already have one, but are you using it to its potential? During this session, you will learn the five steps to setting up a successful budget and how to set and achieve your financial goals using your budget. Whether you are going back to school or starting your career after graduation, knowing how to set up a budget and stick with it will be crucial to meeting your financial goals. Registration is required. Please click on MORE INFO to register.
  • Link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_1yOWq47jiwmsNxP
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tumor Board, Endocrine
  • Location: Duke Cancer Center - 3N10 , 20 Duke Medicine Circle
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Weekly one hour meeting in Cancer Center 3N10
  • Topical Areas: Main, Research, Meeting, Local
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Intercultural Communication: Pedagogical strategies for language teachers
  • Location: Languages 114 , West Campus Language Lab
  • Contact: Babineau, Lauren
  • Description: In this 90-minute workshop participants will: ¿ Learn changing conceptions of the teaching of intercultural competence drawing on the work of Fred Dirven (2011; 2016). ¿ Dialogue with peers about ways to develop the intercultural competence of their students. ¿ Explore ways to use art and dance in the development of interculturality of students. ¿ Explore ways to use social media to develop intercultural communicative competence and "liquid" conceptions of cultural practices The workshop will be co-language Italian-English
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE Run/Walk Club - DRH Employee Entrance
  • Location: Duke Regional Hospital
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Being active by running or walking is a great way to manage weight, increase activity and combat stress.. Duke Run/Walk Club is a 12 week program running August 22nd through November 9th. Whether you are looking to start a beginner-level walking program, or you are an avid runner looking for a group to run with, the Run/Walk Club program is for anyone willing to lace up their sneakers. Or exercise at your convenience as an "Independent" participant. We have groups on 3 different campuses, including Duke Regional and Duke Raleigh. Find out what times and location works best for your schedule by visiting us online. For more information, please contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at (919) 684-3136, option #1 or e-mail Kathryn Maceachern at katie.maceachern@duke.edu
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/runwalk/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Main, Health_Wellness
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Piper Enterprise Solutions Info Session
  • Location: Physics 130
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: Piper Companies is a rapidly growing recruiting firm within the IT, clinical and federal fields seeking motivated professionals to join our team in Raleigh, NC. Piper offers a highly collaborative and competitive environment where your achievements fundamentally impact our business. We seek to build a team of driven people who thrive at top speed and are committed to building a great company. Check out our team video: https://vimeo.com/176309899
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=9c8cpiS0e%2fv46YAlqvZSnA%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ENT
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This meeting does not take place on Holidays or during Christmas Break
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Meeting, Local
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ideas42 Info Session
  • Location: Gross Hall 103
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: We are looking for bright and innovative students for our full-time Associate and Senior Associate positions for upcoming graduates at both the undergrad and graduate levels. All majors are welcome. Check out http://www.ideas42.org/careers/ to apply and to find out more information about the roles. Applications are now open and will close on Oct 20.
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=Q5oiyWir25%2fuAM4DIUvkHw%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
5:15 PM - 7:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pseudepigrapha, Authorship, and Authority in Later Pythgoreanism
  • Location: Allen 226
  • Contact: Meyer, Matthew
  • Description: The Department of Classical Studies is pleased to introduce Phillip Horky, Durham University/National Humanities Center Fellow. Phillip will be presenting on "Pseudepigrapha, Authorship, and Authority in Later Pythgoreanism" on Monday, September 26th in Duke University's Allen Building, Room 226 at 5:15 PM.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.English Conversation Club
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: Jeong, SangHee
  • 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. 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, Global
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Spanish Conversation Club
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: Jeong, SangHee
  • 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@duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Global
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 Run/Walk Club
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Being active by running or walking is a great way to manage weight, increase activity and combat stress.. Duke Run/Walk Club is a 12 week program running August 22nd through November 9th. Whether you are looking to start a beginner-level walking program, or you are an avid runner looking for a group to run with, the Run/Walk Club program is for anyone willing to lace up their sneakers. Or exercise at your convenience as an "Independent" participant. We have groups on 3 different campuses, including Duke Regional and Duke Raleigh. Find out what times and location works best for your schedule by visiting us online. For more information, please contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at (919) 684-3136, option #1 or e-mail Kathryn Maceachern at katie.maceachern@duke.edu
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/runwalk/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Main, Health_Wellness
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: Cooking from the Garden: Autumn Savory Salsas and Spreads
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Fee per session: Gardens members $28; General public $35. Fee to Register for Multiple Sessions: Gardens members $25; General public $32 per session
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Tomatoes, eggplants and squashes are the tastes of the season. Katie will teach you a variety of ways to use these and other vegetables to make fresh salsa and other delectable spreads. Learn the technique and then enjoy sampling the full variety. Katie brings many years of experience as a chef and great skill at teaching people how to cook. Join us for one class, or the entire series. Each class includes in-class tastings.
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/cooking-garden-autumn-savory-salsas-and-spreads
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course, Training, Information Session, Alumni_Reunion
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.GSFS - Graduate Scholars Colloquium
  • Location: East Duke Parlors
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Graduate Scholars Colloquium provides a site of vibrant intellectual exchange and engagement for graduate students across the disciplines engaged in the study of gender and its multiple social, cultural, political and material implications. The colloquium is designed to address a range of issues emerging out of the work of its participants, as well as other urgent questions in the field of Feminist Studies. In addition to graduate students (MA, PhD, MFA, and professional students), faculty and postdocs participate in the colloquium. Currently, the Graduate Scholars community is over 50 strong. September 26, 2016: Carolyn Laubender, Literature
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Beghou Consulting Info Session
  • Location: Gross Hall 103
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: Beghou Consulting is a management consulting firm focusing on sales and marketing issues in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. We utilize detailed quantitative analysis and customized data-driven modeling to address our clients' needs. Founded in 1993, Beghou Consulting's main office is located in Evanston, IL, with additional offices in Emeryville, CA; New York City, NY; and Rockville, MD. Our Raleigh-Durham office opens in September 2016, providing you an opportunity to help define the culture and success of our newest location. This informal presentation will provide an introduction to the firm, the type of work we do, and the qualities we are looking for in job candidates for the Associate Consultant and Consultant positions.
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=a8mPWKJMajnkEMjM%2fmG8Hg%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site./BNP PARIBAS Info Session
  • Location: Physics 130
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: BNP Paribas is a leading global bank with a presence in over 75 countries. We're currently recruiting seniors interested in consulting and/or the financial services industry for full-time positions in New York City. This is a great opportunity to work closely with BNPP's executive management and senior leadership to design and implement high-level, strategically important projects and help shape the development of the Bank in the North American region. The Consulting Americas team provide the high-intensity-high impact training of top-tier consulting firms combined with access to the resources of a premier investment bank.
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=JjISNR4xFEKGcJoj2Byimg%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
7:00 PM - 8:50 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--2016 NC Latin American Film Festival--"Mirar morir: El ejercito en la noche de Iguala" / "Watching them die: the mexican army and the 43 disappeared"
  • Location: White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "Mirar morir: El ejercito en la noche de Iguala" / "Watching them die: the mexican army and the 43 disappeared" (Coitza Crecko, 2016, 81 min, Mexico, in Spanish w/ English subtitles, Color, Digital) / After the murder of 6 people and the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, on Sep. 26, 2014, the Mexican government launched what it called the largest investigation in history. In another investigation, carried out by documentary filmmakers in this film, it is discovered that the objective of the work of the authorities is not to find the missing students, or identify the perpetrators, nor inquire into the networks of complicity that allowed the crime to be committed: it is in fact a damage control operation to prevent us from knowing how precisely it happened. In an event in which local criminals, municipal police and municipal politicians are involved, the State wanted to present what happened in Iguala as isolated, in time without ties to the past of the Dirty War and the proliferation of drug trafficking. The film reveals the fine line walked by the Mexican State: protecting the Army, while maintaining justice and enforcing the Constitution./ As part of the Global Day of Action for the missing 43 missing Iguala students or ganized by Ojos de Perro./ Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQolfFfKWjU / Co-sponsored by The Duke-UNC Consortium in Latin American and Caribbean Studies and the Spanish Language Program.
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2016/09/26/screen-society-2016-nc-latin-american-film-festival-mirar-morir-el-ejercito-en-la-noche-de-iguala-watching-them-die-the-mexican-army-and-the-43-disappeared
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Free Food and Beverages, Human Rights, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Mexico focus
7:00 PM - 8:20 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.NCLAFF: Mirar morir: El ejercito en la noche de Iguala / Watching them die: the mexican army and the 43 disappeared
  • Location: White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Rojas-Sotelo, Miguel
  • Description: Mirar morir: El ejercito en la noche de Iguala. Dir. Coitza Crecko. 81min. 2016 (Mexico) After the murder of 6 people and the disappearance of 43 students in Iguala, on September 26, 2014, the Mexican government launched what it called the largest investigation in history. In another investigation, carried out by documentary filmmakers in this film, it is discovered that the objective of the work of the authorities is not to find the missing students, or identify the perpetrators, nor inquire into the networks of complicity that allowed the crime to be committed: it is in fact a damage control operation to prevent to anyone knowing how precisely it happened. In an event in which local criminals, municipal police and municipal politicians are involved, the state wanted to present what happened in Iguala as isolated, without ties to the past of the Dirty War and the proliferation of drug trafficking. An event without ties to politicians and corporations and state level federal forces. Among all this, it emphasizes what looks like the last red line of the Mexican State: protect the Army, keeping it beyond justice and the Constitution. Winner of the 2016 LASA Film Festival. With the Human Rights Center @FHI and the Spanish Language Program at Duke, and Mi Gente.
  • Link: http://jhfc.duke.edu/latinamericauncduke/events/event/2016-nc-laff-mirar-morir-el-ejercito-en-la-noche-de-iguala-coitza-crecko-81min-2016-mexico/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Multicultural_Identity, Mexico focus, Human Rights, Festival_Fair, Global
8:00 PM - 9:15 PM
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DEBATE WATCH PARTY: First Presidential Debate
  • Location: West Union - Devil's Krafthouse
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join us for food and a talk before watching the first presidential debate! Guest speaker Mike Munger will speak about the History of the Presidential Debates. Food starts at 8:30 at the West Union's Devil's Krafthouse. This event is sponsored by the Dept of Political Science, the Kenan Institute for Ethics, the Program in American Grand Strategy, POLIS, YOUnite, DIRA, Alexander Hamilton Society, Duke Dems, Duke College Republicans, Duke Political Review, and Duke Political Union. For more information, please contact matthew.t.king@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
«  9/26 - 12/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race
  • Location: Rubenstein Library
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: The exhibit, "This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race, is now on display on the first floor of Rubenstein Hall at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy. Work from 27 leading editorial cartoonists offers a sharp look at campaign highlights and low blows, from Trump's hands to Clinton's emails. The exhibit is a collection of the best campaign cartoons by American editorial cartoonists, both liberal- and conservative-leaning. It opened Sept. 20 as part of the Satire Fest and will run through December 2. It can be viewed during regular business hours.
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/see-cartoonists%E2%80%99-view-2016-elections-exhibit-sanford
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, CampaignStop, Ongoing
7:00 AM - 8:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.ColonCancer Tumor Board
  • Location: Duke Cancer Center - 2N01 , 20 Duke Medicine Circle
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This meeting does not occur on Holidays or over Christmas Break Second and Fourth Tuesdays are Pathology Support
  • Topical Areas: Main, Research, Local
7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hepato-pancreatico-biliary Tumor Board
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This meeting does not occur on Holidays or over the Christmas/New Year's Break
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Research, Local
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Center for Nursing Research eIRB Labs
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 4130
  • Contact: Kennel, Phyllis
  • Description: The SON Research Oversight and Compliance Core (ROCC) is holding eIRB Labs Tuesdays from 9 to 10 a.m. and Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. in Pearson 4130. These are informal roundtable discussions with Phyllis Kennel who provides guidance to faculty and study teams on new submissions, amendment submissions, continuing renewal submissions, responding to IRB reviewer comments and general eIRB navigation. These are opportunities for faculty and study teams to ask any questions specific to their study submission(s). Appointments are not required but encouraged to allow sufficient time to address individual needs. Please contact Phyllis Kennel at phyllis.kennel@duke.edu to schedule an appointment.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Converting Your CV to a High Impact Resume
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Starback, Molly
  • Description: Are you considering a career outside of academia? If so, you will need to convert your curriculum vitae (CV) into a resume, and this session will show you how. In addition to learning the differences between an academic CV and a resume, you will learn specific steps and strategies to help you craft a resume that effectively promotes your qualifications in a way that appeals to a broad audience. Topics include: - Describing your skills and experiences in a way that translates across disciplines, industries, and career fields. - Tailoring and organizing your information with the reader in mind. - Choosing the right format, layout, and style. SPEAKER: Dara Wilson-Grant is the Associate Director at the UNC-Chapel Hill Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and a National Certified Career Counselor. With over 15 years experience providing career management education and counseling, Dara's mission is to help individuals develop a framework for choosing a meaningful and rewarding career path, plus develop the skills necessary for a lifetime of career success.
  • Link: http://tinyurl.com/Fall2016CV2Resume
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DVS Workshop: Web Scraping: Gathering data, parsing APIs, and Twitter
  • Location: Bostock Library - The Edge Workshop Room , First Floor
  • Contact: Herndon, Joel
  • Description: This hands-on workshop will enable participants to Build a data corpus of congressional press releases Interact with a hands-on introduction to HTML parsing ¿ Participants will receive a briefing/introduction to Application Programming Interface (API) concepts JSON data format HTML tagging and parsing Overview of automation techniques related to social media data gathering Please note: Laptops are required for this course.
  • Link: http://duke.libcal.com/event/2739887
  • Topical Areas: Research, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Immunology Seminar Series
  • Location: Jones 143
  • Contact: Goins, Jennifer
  • Description: J. Brice Weinberg, M.D. | DUMC-Medicine | "Monocytes, nitric oxide, and host resistance to malaria"
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
11:40 AM - 1:10 PM
11:40 AM - 12:40 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Special CMBI/Physics Seminar: Molecules to Man: Principles and progress in ultrafast multidimensional NMR and MRI examinations
  • Location: French Family Science Center 2231
  • Contact: Paul, Cristin
  • Description: "Molecules to Man: Principles and progress in ultrafast multidimensional NMR and MRI examinations" Professor Frydman ranks among the most distinguished magnetic resonance physicists in the world, with a wide range of accomplishments and recognitions. Much of his recent work focuses on revolutionary developments which dramatically accelerate multidimensional NMR and MR imaging withing inducing distortions. Coffee and cookies will be served before the event outside Bonk Lecture Hall.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, 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.Scholars@Duke Training Session
  • Location: Hanes House 302
  • Contact: Holeman, Kate
  • Description: Scholars@Duke will hold a training session for Duke faculty in September. At the session, the Scholars@Duke team will provide a brief overview of Scholars@Duke and the Elements publication system, demonstrate how to make edits to information, highlight recent enhancements, and answer any questions that faculty or support staff may have. All Duke faculty are invited to attend, as well as Scholars power users, delegates and faculty support staff. All faculty are expected to keep their Scholars profiles up-to-date and accurate.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Training
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Teaching Conversations: iSimulate: Traversing the Distance with Online Simulation for Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Students
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1011
  • Contact: Johnson, Tina
  • Description: If you're unable to attend the Teaching Conversation, you can still be part of the magic. You can watch the live stream at http://duson.adobeconnect.com/tc/. All remote participants should select the "Enter as a Guest" option and type in your full name in the field provided and select Enter Room. For those unable to attend or view via live stream, the event will be recorded and a link will be sent for on demand viewing after the event. NOTE: credit hours are not available for remote participation.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
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.Racial Mixing: Blasians and Binary Paradigms
  • Location: Old Chemistry 011
  • Contact: Robles, Natalie
  • Description: Join us for a discussion with Professor Myra Washington about the fluidity of racial identities and the limitations of binary racial paradigms. Blasians (Black & Asian mixed race people) belong to more than one community and have multiple histories and experiences. What are the processes that give meaning to Blasian identity? How do Blasians challenge and destabilize current racial discourses, creating spaces for themselves and spoiling narratives that frame multiracial people? This discussion will be moderated by Layla Brown, Ph.D., a recent graduate of Duke University's doctoral program in Cultural Anthropology.
  • Link: https://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/racial-mxing-blasians-and-binary-paradigms
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Multicultural_Identity, Diversity/Inclusion
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.First Monday Photo Campaign - Tell the Senate to do its job!
  • Location: Law School Star Commons
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: When the Supreme Court term officially begins on "First Monday," October 3rd, it will be the first time in history that a vacancy spans two terms. The Court decides cases that determine who can vote, who can marry, who has access to abortion, and who has clean water to drink and clean air to breathe. These issues and many more are at stake, and are jeopardized by the obstruction of Chief Judge Merrick Garland's nomination to the Court. Across the country, people are taking photos with personalized signs telling the world why they need the Senate to do its job and fill the empty chair. We're helping Alliance for Justice put the photos together in a national display and online campaign released around the first day of the Supreme Court's term. Come stop by our table, take a picture and share why having a full and functioning Supreme Court is important to you, and get a free cookie! Sponsored by If/When/How. For more information, please contact Nicole Scully at nicole.scully@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Understanding Student Loans
  • Location: East Duke 209
  • Contact: None
  • Description: If you are a first-time borrower, you won't want to miss this important seminar, Understanding Student Loans. During this seminar, you will learn how to limit your borrowing, live on the resources you have, manage the repayment of your loans, and understand the qualifications to have your loans forgiven. This seminar will also give you an overview of the personal finance seminars offered at Duke. PLEASE NOTE: All Undergraduate first time student loan borrowers are required to attend. Please click on MORE INFO to register.
  • Link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_b3EZlzsKGXbaOK9
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Governing Faculty Meeting
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Sponsored by the Office of the Dean. For more information, please contact Frances Curran at frances.curran@law.duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Leadership, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Careers in International Law: International Trade & Law of the Sea, a conversation with Jan Yves Remy and Coalter Lathrop '06
  • Location: Law School 4042
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Please join Jan Yves Remy, Counsel at Sidley Austin and Coalter Lathrop, Principal at Sovereign Geographic for a wide ranging conversation about litigation and dispute resolution in the context of advising governments on international trade and law of the sea matters. Mr. Lathrop '06 is an international lawyer and cartographer with litigation experience before the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (ITLOS). Ms. Remy's recent representations include matters involving sovereign governments engaged in high-profile ongoing disputes at the panel and appellate stages of WTO dispute settlement. The panelists will discuss their current work and offer advice to students interested in careers involving transnational litigation. Sponsored by the Office of International Studies. Lunch will be served. For more information, please contact Alison Prince at ali.prince@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.Innocence Project Training: Ethics and the Nuts and Bolts of Claims of Innocence
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Join the Innocence Project to learn about the ethics of investigating claims of innocence, and how these claims get filed and appealed. Professors Newman and Lau of the Wrongful Convictions Clinic will walk through the requirements of claims for relief and the potential pitfalls in investigating these cases. Sponsored by Duke Law Innocence Project. For more information, please contact Shannon Welch at shannon.welch@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Training, Information Session, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Law Democrats General Meeting
  • Location: Law School 4040 , Glenn and Susan Ketner Conference Room
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: We will be meeting to discuss ongoing and future projects. Sponsored by Duke Law Democrats. For more information, please contact Josh Sherman at Joshua.Sherman@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.US Army JAG Corps Information Session
  • Location: Law School 4172 , Sutherland Asbill and Brennan Conference Room
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Interested in working with the Army JAG Corps? A representative will be on campus to discuss the application process and what life as an Army JAG officer is like. It is highly suggested you attend this session if you are interested in applying for the Army JAG internship or working as an Army JAG after graduation. For more information, please contact Emily Sharples at sharples@law.duke.edu. Sponsored by the Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Patient Safety Institute: Promoting a Culture of Safety
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1009
  • Contact: Myers, Laverne
  • Description: Patient Safety Institute: Promoting a Culture of Safety The Presentation will introduce selected patient safety concepts and methods to give participants the framework to facilitate,create and promote an improved culture of safety.
  • Topical Areas: Main, 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.IEE Advisory Board Meeting
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 3103
  • Contact: Johnson, Tina
  • Description: Institute for Educational Excellence Advisory Board Meeting
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Classroom Open Hours
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Drop-in fee: $3 per child, $8 per family. A season pass card for all 14 dates is available for $28, $98 per family.
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Welcome, unschoolers and homeschoolers alike, to an open-ended exploration in our learning laboratory. Tinker to your heart's content, rearrange moving parts and explore our nature museum and teaching library. Or just play in the "squishy corner" specially made for small people. An on-site staff member will answer questions, help with using materials, and set up learning explorations. For parents and children together; all ages.
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/classroom-open-hours
  • Topical Areas: Main, Sustainability, Workshop_Short_Course
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.New Tools for Research Success
  • Location: Trent 124
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Faculty and research staff are strongly encouraged to attend this event to learn about the new myRESEARCHhome portal and other tools. Objectives include: Introducing myRESEARCHhome, an online portal, and myRESEARCHnavigators, trained experts available by phone - both new resources for the Duke research community (School of Medicine and across the entire campus). myRESEARCHhome provides a single location for research-related tasks and information, putting relevant applications, resources, and information - specific to you and your projects - at your fingertips. These tools and resources are funded by Duke's Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) from the NIH and by the School of Medicine. Addressing New NIH Expectations Regarding Rigor, Reproducibility, and Transparency: New NIH Rigor and Reproducibility requirements formalize longstanding expectations for grant applications - what you need to address to submit the best proposal.
  • Link: http://globalhealth.duke.edu/calendar?year=2016&month=9&day=27#event-35135
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Training, Webcast, Research
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Graduate Student Drop-In Advising
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 15-minute sessions; first-come, first served. No appointment necessary. For graduate students enrolled in programs of the Duke Graduate School, Divinity School, Master's of Biostatistics and all Ph.D. students. Get documents reviewed (CV, resume, cover letter) and get answers to your quick questions by your Graduate Career Services team.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Fashion Law Society Kickoff Event
  • Location: Law School Beber Sculpture Garden
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Come stop by the Beber Sculpture Garden to learn about being involved in the Fashion Law Society and enjoy coffee and cupcakes. Sponsored by DBA and Fashion Law Society. For more information, please contact Kelsey Schutte at kelsey.schutte@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Information Session, Local
3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Campus Farm Community Workday.
  • Location: Duke Campus Farm
  • Contact: McGinty, Emily
  • Description: Head out to the farm every Thursday and Sunday 3-5pm to help us plant, harvest, weed, and work on small construction projects. Everyone is welcome - first-time farmers, experienced gardeners, students, community members, and kids. Join us for a fantastic opportunity to get outside, learn about how food is grown, and meet others from the Duke and Durham community who are interested in farming and food. For workday updates or cancellations due to weather please check our Facebook. Please wear close-toed shoes and bring your own water-bottle, if possible. Groups: If you have a group of more than 5, please let us know you're coming at least a week in advance. We so appreciate armies of helping hands, but we can provide a better volunteer experience if we have more time to plan and prepare for your awesome crews. Volunteers may now use UBER to get free rides to and from the farm. See parking.duke.edu/uber.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Civic Engagement/Social Action, Volunteer_Community_Service, Sustainability
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.E-Fair
  • Location: Fitzpatrick CIEMAS Atrium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The E-Fair will showcase some of the engineering student groups in a symposium style and give faculty, students, and administration a chance to see some of the great work that these groups have done! Sponsored by the Pratt School of Engineering and Duke I&E.
  • Topical Areas: Festival_Fair, Free Food and Beverages, Open House, Technology, Main, Student
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Mobile Farmers Market
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Location: Duke Gardens upper parking lot Get your share of fresh fruits and vegetables! Explore what NC has to offer by subscribing to one of our partnering produce delivery programs or visit the Duke Mobile Market for walk up sales on Tuesday evenings from 4 to 6pm. Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is the term for the service where consumers can "subscribe" to a weekly produce box from a local farmer. The Duke Mobile Market has a unique selection of vendors who offer an array of products such as produce, jams and jellies, meat and eggs, and other artisan selections-all delivered weekly to a convenient location at Duke! Order ahead of time by following one of the links on the Mobile Market webpage, or simply walk up on the day of the market to see what is available. The Duke Mobile Market is sponsored by LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke. If you have any questions, please contact Cassandra Callas at 919-681-0547.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/mobilemarket/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Festival_Fair, Health_Wellness
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hunt Institute Welcome Reception
  • Location: Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room
  • Contact: Layko, Erika
  • Description: The Sanford School of Public Policy will welcome their colleagues from the James B. Hunt Institute for Educational Leadership and Policy at this reception. The institute will collaborate with the Sanford School, which has experts in education research and child policy, on a national conference on early childhood education and policy.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local, Reception
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Thermodynamic balancing acts in self-assembly at interfaces
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Krieger, Katie
  • Description: Interfaces can direct the self-assembly of materials in unique ways that leverage new and often competing thermodynamic driving forces not found in the bulk. We use molecular simulations and theory to identify relevant interaction forces and then systematic design strategies for two such classes of materials. In the first part of the talk, we examine self-assembly as route to chiral surfaces made from achiral molecules. We show that a surprisingly simple mechanism, based only on excluded volume interactions, can drive achiral particles into chiral materials. The mechanism quantitatively explains recent experimental results, predicts new chiral-prone shapes, and suggests a way that chiral structures might emerge in nature. In the second part, we show that polymers can modulate the folding of proteins attached to an interface in ways distinct from bulk. Simulations reveal that conjugating a polymer to a model protein sometimes stabilizes and sometimes destabilizes the native helical fold, in an apparent non-intuitive manner depending on the precise attachment point. We show that these unexpected results are actually well-understood in terms of a simple theory that accounts for the entropy of the polymer near an impenetrable surface.
  • Link: http://mrsec.duke.edu/seminars/scott-shell
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pfizer, Inc. Info Session
  • Location: Biological Sciences 130
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: At Pfizer, you'll find an inclusive environment, challenging projects and the opportunity to own your career. Seize the ability to think differently and collaborate with innovative minds to influence some of the most critical issues facing healthcare worldwide. Foster your career and join a team that is working together for a healthier world.
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=U1Blz7iiLD63Li8VdvAEWw%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Chinese Conversation Club
  • Location: Perkins Library 218 , (Towerview Room)
  • Contact: Jeong, SangHee
  • 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
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tuesdays in the Crypt
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Tuesdays in the Crypt is worship with undergraduate students centered on prayer, conversation, and listening. Each week will have a different theme for reflection. The event is "pro-participation + anti-perfection" and attendees are welcome to share in worship roles as they are willing.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Purchasing Your First Car
  • Location: McClendon Commons , Undergraduate Admissions
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Purchasing your first car can be stressful and feeling good about your purchase has little to do with color of your car or whether or not you have leather seats, but lots to do with understanding your options and costs. On Tuesday, September 27, Personal Finance@Duke will present, "Purchasing Your First Car", that will provide the tools and information you need to feel confident about buying your first car. During the session you will learn: ¿ What to consider when purchasing a first vehicle ¿ Negotiating the price and how to find the best financing option ¿ Actual costs of owning a vehicle including insurance, licensing and tags ¿ Vehicle Maintenance REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please click on MORE INFO to register.
  • Link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_79T8tJM9NbeOCSp
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Tuesday Evenings
  • 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 - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Fellow Research Retreat 2016
  • Location: TBD
  • Contact: McCamic, Elizabeth
  • Description: The Department of Medicine will hold its first research retreat focused on introducing fellows to many of the opportunities and resources at Duke. The evening program will include time for networking/mingling, a few "fast-paced" plenary sessions, and the opportunity for fellows to attend two 45-minute small-group sessions focused on practical tips for success. A venue will be booked based on registration response. Register here by July 29: https://dukedom.wufoo.com/forms/fellows-research-retreat-2016/.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness, Conference_Symposium, Research, Local
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Bible Study on Esther and Ruth
  • Location: Duke Chapel Basement-Lounge
  • Contact: None
  • Description: All are welcome to participate in a discussion of the books of Esther and Ruth.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Religious_Spiritual
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.I Need a Plan: Boosting the Bloom - Perennial Gardens
  • Location: Doris Duke Center at Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Fee per session: Gardens members $48; General public $60. Fee to register for multiple sessions: Gardens members $43; General public $54 per session
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Learn to extend the blooming season and keep your perennial plants dense and perky! This class will focus on perennial border design, plant placement and maintenance strategies so you get the most from your flower garden. Come ready to get your hands dirty as we practice techniques including pinching plants back, cutting back, staking, and when (or when not) to fertilize. Qualifies for Home Horticulture Certificate elective credit (5 hours each.)
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/i-need-plan-boosting-bloom-perennial-gardens
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Workshop_Short_Course, Training, Information Session, Sustainability, Alumni_Reunion
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
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dinner with DUPD
  • Location: McClendon 5th floor Media Room
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Worried about campus safety? Have ideas, suggestions, or questions? Join the Panhellenic Association as we have dinner with DUPD. In this open forum, you will be able to interact with DUPD and voice any concerns you have about campus safety. The Panhellenic Association wants you to feel safe on campus, and now you have an opportunity to add your voice to the campus dialogue. Come join us on Tuesday, September in McClendon 5 for dinner and discussion with DUPD! Hope to see you there!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Lecture_Talk, Meeting, Free Food and Beverages
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Lambda Upsilon Lambda Informational
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Attend an informational meeting on Tuesday, September 27 at 7:30pm in the Center for Multicultural Affairs (CMA) Conference Room for La Unidad Latina, Lambda Upsilon Lambda Fraternity, Inc. to learn more about joining their chapter and their intake process.
  • Topical Areas: Student, 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.Theta Nu Xi's Be the Change Interest Meeting
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Attend Theta Nu Xi's interest meeting at 8pm on Tuesday, September 27 in BC Student Life to learn more about joining their sorority.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
«  9/26 - 12/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race
  • Location: Rubenstein Library
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: The exhibit, "This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race, is now on display on the first floor of Rubenstein Hall at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy. Work from 27 leading editorial cartoonists offers a sharp look at campaign highlights and low blows, from Trump's hands to Clinton's emails. The exhibit is a collection of the best campaign cartoons by American editorial cartoonists, both liberal- and conservative-leaning. It opened Sept. 20 as part of the Satire Fest and will run through December 2. It can be viewed during regular business hours.
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/see-cartoonists%E2%80%99-view-2016-elections-exhibit-sanford
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, CampaignStop, Ongoing
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Clinical Neurology Grand Rounds
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2003 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Alexander, William
  • Description: This one-hour series features rotating lectures in clinical neuroscience.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Ongoing
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.GI Grand Rounds -
  • Location: Duke South - Room 2405 -- Clinic 2H , Clinic 2H Endoscopy Conference Room
  • Contact: Rimmer, Jill
  • Description: Faculty, trainees and mid-levels from the division of gastroenterology gather to hear speakers from within Duke and around the world discuss clinical and research topics.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Health_Wellness, Local
8:00 AM - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUSON Admissions Rep at NCNA Annual Convention
  • Location: Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) Office of Admissions will be an exhibitor at the 2016 North Carolina Nurses Association Convention. If you are a graduate of DUSON or are interested in learning more about the programs offered at DUSON, please come by and meet an admissions representative who can provide you with specific information and handouts. We hope to see you there.
  • Link: https://ncnurses.org/events/annual-convention/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Announcement, Local
8:00 AM - 10/2  »
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke HealthCheck - Grounds & Sanitation Dept.; West Campus Breakroom
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: HealthCheck is a free, confidential health assessment available to Duke employees eligible for health care benefits. 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. Duke employees eligible for health care benefits may participate annually. No appointment necessary at this mobile location or to set up an appointment in our office on a day more convenient for you contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at 919.684.3136 select option #1.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/assessment/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Pratt School of Engineering Graduate Application and Fellowship Bootcamp
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Frierson, Johnna
  • Description: *By invitation only* Pratt School of Engineering is hosting its 3rd Graduate School Application and Fellowship Workshop. This informative workshop is open to students from groups that are historically underrepresented in STEM fields with an interest in learning more about engineering MS and PhD graduate programs, summer research opportunities, and obtaining general information on the graduate admission and fellowship application process.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Diversity/Inclusion
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Graduate Student Drop-In Advising
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 15-minute sessions; first-come, first served. No appointment necessary. For graduate students enrolled in programs of the Duke Graduate School, Divinity School, Master's of Biostatistics and all Ph.D. students. Get documents reviewed (CV, resume, cover letter) and get answers to your quick questions by your Graduate Career Services team.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
10:05 AM - 11:35 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Arturo Fernandez Ballet Master Class
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Ballet Forward will present a residency with Arturo Fernandez from Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Sept. 28-30. All classes and workshops are open to intermediate and advanced ballet students. If you are not already in the course Dance 320 (Advanced Ballet), advanced sign up is required. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Link: https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/r7tdbuk119vpv0/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Midweek Prayer
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Contact: None
  • Description: A brief service of prayer and scripture reading led by Chapel staff members. The service is held in Memorial Chapel, located just off the main Duke Chapel sanctuary (nave).
  • 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.Alexandra Valladares & Tim Smith: Latin Jazz featuring Vocals & Flute
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: In fall and spring, Arts & Health's Courtyard Concerts provide an opportunity to enjoy lunch outside while hearing performances by some of the Triangle's most talented professional musicians. Music from a wide variety of genres engages all who attend. In recognition of the diversity of the Duke University Hospital community, Arts & Health at Duke is committed to presenting a wide variety of performances for patients, their loved ones and staff that represent the rich cultural diversity in its community. This series made possible, in part, by the Mary Duke Biddle Foundation, the Frank Kenan Endowment Fund, and the J. Scott Byrd Endowment Fund.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/sites/artsandhealth.duke.edu/files/pictures/performing/TimSmith.jpg
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music, Brown Bag, Global, Health_Wellness, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity, Mexico focus, Central America focus, South America focus
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Materials Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials and their Integration in Electronic Devices
  • Location: Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The exceptional electronic properties of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) make them promising candidates for integration into a variety of future technologies. The key technical bottlenecks to progress on this front are mainly materials and chemistry related. How do we get the exact type of CNTs we want? How do we quantify the purity of these materials? How do we organize and place them on substrates? The solutions to these problems can enable a wide range of applications in the electronics industry. In this talk, I will present recent progress in trying to solve these problems. I will also discuss how these results have enabled the fabrication of transparent conducting electrodes (along with their integration in photovoltaic cells and OLEDs), high performance thin-film transistors on both rigid and flexible substrates andprogress towards a CNT-based logic technology.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, 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.Oral Motor Intervention Accelerates Time to Full Oral Feeding and NICU Discharge
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1011
  • Contact: Wisdom, Belinda
  • Description: Atiat Osman is Assistant Lecturer, South Valley University Faculty of Nursing in Egypt. Highlights: *General overview-premature infants in Egypt *Oral Development and feeding difficulties in premature infants *Oral stimulation interventions *Steps for oral feeding progression Please RSVP by September 26, 2016 to belinda.wisdom@duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Global, Health_Wellness, Information Session, Multicultural_Identity, Research, Africa focus, 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.MEMS Seminar: Materials Prediction and Discovery Accelerated with Bio-Inspired Algorithms
  • Location: Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side A
  • Contact: Siler, Katherine
  • Description: Evolutionary search, particle swarm optimization, and other recently introduced structure prediction methods have shown great promise for accelerating materials discovery. We have employed a combination of high-throughput screening, targeted evolutionary search [1], and rational design to systematically examine over 12,000 metal-boron compounds [2]. This largest ab initio scan of the complex materials class has uncovered dozens of new exotic materials, some of which have already been synthesized in joint experiments [3-5]. In particular, the proposed and confirmed FeB4 compound with a previously unknown crystal structure appears to be the first superconductor developed fully in silico [5-7]. I will describe our on-going work on the development of neural network-based interatomic models that have sped up structure searches by orders of magnitude. Lunch will be served from 11:30 am - 12:00 noon
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Lecture_Talk
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.POLITICAL ECONOMY WORKSHOP: Andrew Heiss (Duke University)
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 270
  • Contact: None
  • Description: POLITICAL ECONOMY WORKSHOP: Andrew Heiss (Duke University) | "Amicable Contempt: The Strategic Balance between Dictators and International NGOs" | Wednesday, Sept 28 | 12PM | 270 Gross Hall | Lunch Provided
  • 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.FIP Seminar Series - Dr. Ricky Wang, Univesity of Washington "The Light Works: Non-invasive 3D optical imaging of tissue morphology and microcirculations in vivo"
  • Location: Hudson Hall 125
  • Contact: Burns, August
  • Description: "The Light Works: Non-invasive 3D optical imaging of tissue morphology and microcirculations in vivo" Ruikang (Ricky) K Wang, University of Washington PIZZA & SODA SERVED. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a new medical imaging modality in which the coherent interference of a wide spectrum light source is used to create a high resolution (micron-scale) subsurface image of tissue microstructure. Recently, we have supplemented the microstructural OCT images with additional contrast mechanisms such as blood flow imaging using static and motion contrast, which provide us the ability to perform label-free optical microangiography (OMAG) of microcirculatory tissue beds. The ability to visualize tissue blood flow at the microcirculation level is important in a variety of biomedical applications, some of which (along with the OCT basics and the enabling technologies) will be highlighted in this talk. Examples using OMAG to delineate the dynamic blood perfusion, down to capillary level resolution, within living tissue will be given, including cerebral blood flow in small animals, and retinal blood flow in humans.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
12:00 PM - 12:30 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: Daily Mass in side chapel (Memorial Chapel) inside of 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 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.Oral Motor Intervention Accelerates Time to Full Oral Feeding and NICU Discharge
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1011
  • Contact: Wisdom, Belinda
  • Description: Join us for our International Visiting Scholar Colloquium featuring Atiat Osman, MNSc, BSN. Ms. Osman is Assistant Lecturer at South Valley University Faculty of Nursing, Qena, Qgypt. Ms. Osman will present on: Oral Motor Intervention Accelerates Time to Full Oral Feeding and NICU Discharge.
  • 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.What Duke's collections can do for you
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Room 240 -- Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall , Ahmadieh Family Conference Hall
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Angst, Catherine
  • Description: Speaker: Sean Swanick, Middle East and Islamic Studies Librarian, Duke University This presentation will provide an overview of Duke's Middle East and Islamic Studies collections; what has been collected, what will be collected and how collections are developed, particularly in conjunction with UNC. There will also be some discussion about the practical aspects of making collections available and the processes involved. Sean Swanick is the Middle East and Islamic Studies Librarian. He previously worked at McGill University as the Islamic Studies Liaison Librarian. He holds a MA in Middle East history from the University of Exeter and a Master's in Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University. He's travelled and studied in Egypt, Oman, Syria and Tunisia and his research interests include book history, codicology and paleography. This event is presented by the John Hope Franklin Center and the Duke Islamic Studies Center. A light lunch will be served. Parking is available in nearby Trent Rd and Erwin Rd parking decks. The series provides 1 hour parking vouchers to guests.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/what-dukes-collections-can-do-for-you/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Free Food and Beverages, 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.Melanoma Tumor Boards
  • Location: Duke Cancer Center - 3N10 , 20 Duke Medicine Circle
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This meeting does not occur on Holidays or over the Christmas Break
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Innovative financing model of TB control and its impacts on access to healthcare and reduction of patients¿ financial burden in China
  • Location: Trent 040
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Tuberculosis is a major public health concern in China with over 5 million patients. Financial burden associated with out of pocket payment for TB services has been one of major obstacles in the effective implementation of TB care and control strategies in China. This issue largely resulted from a rapid rise of TB care cost that were associated with the over-provision of services by the Chinese hospitals, such as over-use of the second-line anti-TB medications, induced hospitalization, as the hospitals had been given perverse financial incentives. To address these issues and encourage appropriate TB treatment, China NHFPC-Gates TB program, in collaboration with the health insurance programs, had implemented an innovative financing and payment scheme in 26 counties of 3 provinces in China over the past three years.
  • Link: http://globalhealth.duke.edu/calendar?year=2016&month=9&day=27#event-35169
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Health_Wellness, Research, Webcast, China focus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.FIP Seminar - Dr. Ricky Wang "The Light Works: Non-invasive 3D optical imaging of tissue morphology and microcirculations in vivo"
  • Location: Hudson Hall 125
  • Contact: Burns, August
  • Description: Dr. Ricky Wang, University of Washington "The Light Works: Non-invasive 3D optical imaging of tissue morphology and microcirculations in vivo" - Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a new medical imaging modality in which the coherent interference of a wide spectrum light source is used to create a high resolution (micron-scale) subsurface image of tissue microstructure. Recently, we have supplemented the microstructural OCT images with additional contrast mechanisms such as blood flow imaging using static and motion contrast, which provide us the ability to perform label-free optical microangiography (OMAG) of microcirculatory tissue beds. The ability to visualize tissue blood flow at the microcirculation level is important in a variety of biomedical applications, some of which (along with the OCT basics and the enabling technologies) will be highlighted in this talk. Examples using OMAG to delineate the dynamic blood perfusion, down to capillary level resolution, within living tissue will be given, including cerebral blood flow in small animals, and retinal blood flow in humans.
  • Link: http://fitzpatrick.duke.edu/events/seminars/ruikang-ricky-k-wang
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
12:15 PM - 1:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Nephrology Core Curriculum Lecture - "Hemodialysis II"
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Rimmer, Jill
  • Description: This didactic conference series organized by Dr. Matt Sparks, Associate Program Director is held each Wednesday from 12:15-1:15. Attendance for all 1st years is mandatory. Upper level attendance is strongly encouraged. Each session is led by a faculty member from Nephrology or a related discipline, who has a particular expertise or interest in the topic area. This lecture series is designed to provide informal didactic sessions on a broad range of topics in Nephrology as a supplement ot the practical learning experience fellows gain through their clinical rotations. Areas covered are meant to augment what is learned on the wards and topics will include issues relevant for board exams, to clinical practice, and to Nephrology research. Topics covered include: fluids and electrolytes, calcium and phosphorous metabolism, acid-base physiology, hypertension, glomerular disease, chronic dialysis, aspects of transplantation, molecular biology and genetics.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Health_Wellness, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.International Week Panel: Discussion on International Summer Work
  • Location: Law School 4055
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: A panel of 2Ls and 3Ls will discuss their summer work experiences in international public interest placements and international private law firms. Lunch will be provided. Co-sponsored by the Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono and the Career Center. For more information, contact Oleg Kobelev at kobelev@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Multicultural_Identity, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PILF Credit Card Training
  • Location: Law School 4045
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Interested in earning PILF hours? Come get trained on credit card machines in order to volunteer with PILF throughout the year. A representative from Duke's OIT will be there to walk us through the credit card transaction process. The training should take no more than 30 minutes, and you'll receive 0.5 hours for attending. Sponsored by PILF. For more information, please contact Lauren Meegan at lauren.meegan@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Training, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Carcano v McCrory: A Look at the Lawsuit Challenging HB 2
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: This event will feature a panel discussion on the legal challenge to HB 2 filed in March by the North Carolina ACLU. Panelists will include Chris Brook, Legal Director at the North Carolina ACLU and one of the lawyers challenging the law; Scott Skinner-Thompson '08, a professor at NYU Law whose research focuses on LGBTQ issues; and Erica Lachowitz, a Business Applications Manager in Charlotte who has previously spoken out about the impact of the law on the trans* community. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by WLSA, OUTLaw, ACS, CAGV, and Debevoise & Plimpton LLP. For more information, please contact Rebecca Gentilli at rebecca.gentilli@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Local
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM
1:25 PM - 2:55 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Master Class in Douglas Dunn technique for modern dancers
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Timothy Ward, from the company Douglas Dunn + Dancers, will offer a master class in the Douglas Dunn technique for intermediate/advanced dance students. The class proceeds through a standing warm-up to phrases of extended movement across the floor and jumping. Passages of partnering and improvisational techniques will also sometimes be studied. Douglas Dunn, a recipient of many awards and commissions, including a Bessie and Chevalier in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, is a choreographer and dancer living and working in NYC. In 1971, while a member of Merce Cunningham & Dance Company, and of Grand Union, began presenting work in New York City. In 1976 he formed Douglas Dunn & Dancers and began touring the US and Europe. His choreography appeared most recently at the 92nd Street Y in New York City on June 26, 27, 28 2015 at the invitation of Christopher Williams. The company hosts Salon Events at the Douglas Dunn Studio, showing work, dance, music, poetry, painting, by Dunn and others. Douglas's collected writings, Dancer Out of Sight, was published in 2012 and is available at Amazon.com. For more, go to DouglasDunnDance.com Born and Raised in Louisiana, Timothy Ward finished high school at the New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts. He went on to earn a BFA in dance from The Juilliard School. Afterwards Timothy was the last man chosen by Merce Cunningham to learn and perform his works.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Wellness Wednesday WYTB? Pop-Up
  • Location: Bryan Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Take a pause. Breath. Never feel like you have a minute to relax? Come to the Pause Zone and take a breath. Relax on the pillows or use the noise canceling headphones. Two minutes to pause might recharge you for the rest of your day. (2nd Floor BC- outside UCAE Offices)
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Health_Wellness
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Best Practices in Survey Question Writing
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 230E
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This workshop covers the process of writing and testing survey questions in depth. There is no way to be certain that respondents will interpret your questions exactly as you intend and provide the answers you want, but this workshop will introduce what is known about the psychology of survey response and generally accepted best practices for question writing. Topics include how survey mode affects question writing, the potential for bias in questions, appropriate answer options, and writing survey questions for experiments. The workshop will conclude with a review of methods for testing questions to ensure their validity and reliability. Registration required; please click "more information" to access the registration form.
  • Link: http://tinyurl.com//SSRIworkshopsF16
  • Topical Areas: Main, Workshop_Short_Course
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.The Importance (and Instability) of Safe and Supportive Relationships for Trauma-Exposed Children and Adults
  • Location: Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room
  • Contact: Layko, Erika
  • Description: Children and adults who have experienced family and neighborhood violence are at elevated risk for poor mental and physical health, but such outcomes are not inevitable. Sara Jaffee describes three studies that explore the role of socially supportive relationships in buffering children and adults from risk associated with exposure to family and neighborhood violence in childhood. Sara Jaffee is a developmental psychopathologist at the University of Pennsylvania who conducts research on at-risk families and children. She is interested in how stressful environments exacerbate underlying genetic vulnerabilities to affect children's development, with a special interest in children's antisocial behavior. Her work combines longitudinal, epidemiological methods with genetically-informative research designs to better understand how risk and protective factors operate in children's development.
  • Link: http://childandfamilypolicy.duke.edu/event/early-childhood-initiative-seminar-featuring-sara-jaffee/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Local
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Tumor Board, Liver
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: This meeting does not occur on Holidays or over Christmas Break.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Local
4:40 PM - 6:10 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Arturo Fernandez Choreographic/Repertory Workshop
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Ballet Forward will present a residency with Arturo Fernandez from Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Sept. 28-30. All classes and workshops are open to intermediate and advanced ballet students. If you are not already in the course Dance 422 (Ballet Repertory), advanced sign up is required. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Link: https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/r7tdbuk119vpv0/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE Run/Walk Club - DRH Employee Entrance
  • Location: Duke Regional Hospital
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Being active by running or walking is a great way to manage weight, increase activity and combat stress.. Duke Run/Walk Club is a 12 week program running August 22nd through November 9th. Whether you are looking to start a beginner-level walking program, or you are an avid runner looking for a group to run with, the Run/Walk Club program is for anyone willing to lace up their sneakers. Or exercise at your convenience as an "Independent" participant. We have groups on 3 different campuses, including Duke Regional and Duke Raleigh. Find out what times and location works best for your schedule by visiting us online. For more information, please contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at (919) 684-3136, option #1 or e-mail Kathryn Maceachern at katie.maceachern@duke.edu
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/runwalk/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Main, Health_Wellness
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Christophe Boltanski presents his novel, The Safehouse
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 -- Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall
  • Contact: Solterer, Helen
  • Description: Christophe Boltanski is a French writer, a new, significant voice in the genre of the "true novel." His book, La Cache [The Safe House], is a remarkable first-person narrative, a family saga, and an original twist on the memoir of anti-semitism in Vichy France -- across generations. Figures in the novel include artist Christian Boltanski whose pieces are on exhibit in the Nasher Museum, and Luc Boltanski, the sociologist. In 2015, it won major literary prizes in France, the Prix Fémina and le Prix des prix littéraires. Boltanski will present and discuss his novel in tandem with his American translator, Laura Marris. Her translation will appear with University of Chicago Press in 2017.
  • Link: https://sites.duke.edu/cffs/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Reading, Lecture_Talk, Europe focus
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 Run/Walk Club
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Being active by running or walking is a great way to manage weight, increase activity and combat stress.. Duke Run/Walk Club is a 12 week program running August 22nd through November 9th. Whether you are looking to start a beginner-level walking program, or you are an avid runner looking for a group to run with, the Run/Walk Club program is for anyone willing to lace up their sneakers. Or exercise at your convenience as an "Independent" participant. We have groups on 3 different campuses, including Duke Regional and Duke Raleigh. Find out what times and location works best for your schedule by visiting us online. For more information, please contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at (919) 684-3136, option #1 or e-mail Kathryn Maceachern at katie.maceachern@duke.edu
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/runwalk/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Main, Health_Wellness
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.International Food Fiesta and Fashion Show
  • Location: Law School Star Commons
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Join the Office of Student Affairs and the International Law Society for an evening of food and fashion. See styles from all over the globe and enjoy food prepared by your classmates. This year's Food Fiesta categories include best dessert, best spicy dish, best vegetarian dish, best dish on a public interest salary, most romantic dish, and most representative of your home country. Show off your cooking skills! Sign up to participate: https://law.duke.edu/students/intweek/dishes/! Please contact Leigh Marquess at leigh.marquess@law.duke.edu with any questions about the Food Fiesta. If you have an international outfit or the desire to be a model for the international fashion show, let us know; we're always looking for more people to get involved! Sponsored by OSA and ILS. For more information about the fashion show, please contact Austin Pierce at austin.pierce@lawnet.duke.edu.
  • Link: http://law.duke.edu/students/intweek/dishes/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Multicultural_Identity, Free Food and Beverages, Social, Local
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.'Spotlight' Investigative Reporter Matt Carroll Talks Journalism
  • Location: Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room
  • Contact: Oliver, Amber
  • Description: Join us for a talk with Matt Carroll, investigative reporter and member of the Spotlight team, as he leads a discussion on the future of investigative teams and journalism.
  • 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.Flu Fighters- Flu Shot Clinic
  • Location: None
  • Cost: FREE
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Ever been stressed from school and then you get sick, and then things feel that much tougher? Save yourself some stress and get a Flu Shot. The flu vaccine can help prevent the flu or lessen the intensity/time of the flu if you get it this year. Free vaccine is available to all full time students!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Health_Wellness
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DukeCreate Workshop: Ceramics with Mark Kozma
  • Location: Arts Annex
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Class size is limited. Students sign up through dukegroups.com. Staff sign up by emailing dukecreate@duke.edu. Walk-ins will only be accomodated on a space-available basis. DukeCreate is a free arts workshop series that offers Duke students and staff instruction in ceramics, screen printing, painting and drawing, photography, and media production. The workshops meet throughout the school year. Most take place in the Arts Annex-with the exception of the media workshops (location to be announced)-in a creative and supportive environment that emphasizes skill development and practical experience. Generally taught by local artists and students in Duke's MFA|EDA program, they also connect students with arts organizations and opportunities both on and off campus. The DukeCreate Arts Workshop Series for Fall 2016 will run from September 6 thru November 19. ¿ Workshops are free to all Duke students and staff, with priority given to students. ¿ Workshop hours are 6-8pm Tues, Weds & Thurs and 2-4pm on Sat. Sessions begin promptly at their designated times. Media production workshops will be held at locations to be announced. ¿ For more information, contact the DukeCreate coordinator at dukecreate@duke.edu. The Arts Annex is located just off the C1, C5 & CSW bus stops on Campus Drive. 404 Gattis Street, Durham NC 27708, Tel: 919-613-5116. Hours: Sun-Thur 10am-12am & Fri-Sat 10am-8pm.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--AMI Showcase--"Down by Law"
  • Location: White 107 (White Lecture Hall)
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "Down by Law" (Jim Jarmusch, 1986, 107 min, USA/West Germany, in English, B&W, Blu-Ray) / Director Jim Jarmusch followed up his brilliant breakout film "Stranger Than Paradise" with another, equally beloved portrait of loners and misfits in the American landscape. When fate brings together three hapless men-an unemployed disc jockey (Tom Waits), a small-time pimp (John Lurie), and a strong-willed Italian tourist (Roberto Benigni)-in a Louisiana prison, a singular adventure ensues. Described by Jarmusch as a "neo-Beat noir comedy," "Down by Law" is part nightmare and part fairy tale, featuring sterling performances and crisp black-and-white cinematography by the esteemed Robby Müller. / "The Jim Jarmusch penchant for off-the-wall characters and odd situations is very much in evidence." - Variety / "The excitement (of "Down by Law") comes from the realization that we are seeing a true film maker at work, using film to create a narrative that couldn't exist on the stage or the printed page of a novel." - New York Times / Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcSxhjH0pwA
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2016/09/28/screen-society-ami-showcase-down-by-law
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, United States Focus
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 - Goodson Chapel
  • Location: Divinity School Goodson Chapel
  • Contact: Kennedy, Ruth Anne
  • Description: Catholic Eucharistic Adoration in Goodson Chapel. 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 - 9:15 PM
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 - Goodson Chapel
  • 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 - 9/29  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jazz@TheMaryLou
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: One of the major tenets of our annual calendar includes programming and events focused on jazz. The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture offers two programs, Jazz Matters and Jazz @, that highlight the genre's issues and feature opportunities to listen to live jazz music.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Announcement
Thursday, September 29, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
«  9/26 - 12/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race
  • Location: Rubenstein Library
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: The exhibit, "This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race, is now on display on the first floor of Rubenstein Hall at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy. Work from 27 leading editorial cartoonists offers a sharp look at campaign highlights and low blows, from Trump's hands to Clinton's emails. The exhibit is a collection of the best campaign cartoons by American editorial cartoonists, both liberal- and conservative-leaning. It opened Sept. 20 as part of the Satire Fest and will run through December 2. It can be viewed during regular business hours.
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/see-cartoonists%E2%80%99-view-2016-elections-exhibit-sanford
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, CampaignStop, Ongoing
«  9/28 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUSON Admissions Rep at NCNA Annual Convention
  • Location: Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) Office of Admissions will be an exhibitor at the 2016 North Carolina Nurses Association Convention. If you are a graduate of DUSON or are interested in learning more about the programs offered at DUSON, please come by and meet an admissions representative who can provide you with specific information and handouts. We hope to see you there.
  • Link: https://ncnurses.org/events/annual-convention/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Announcement, Local
«  9/28 - 10/2  »
«  9/28 - 12:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jazz@TheMaryLou
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: One of the major tenets of our annual calendar includes programming and events focused on jazz. The Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture offers two programs, Jazz Matters and Jazz @, that highlight the genre's issues and feature opportunities to listen to live jazz music.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Announcement
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Research Design & Statistics Lab
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Ladd, Libby
  • Description: The Research Design and Statistics Lab provides research design and statistical guidance and consultation for DUSON's faculty, students, and postdocs for their research with regard to the following needs: questionnaire design, data management, measurement validation, data entry, data analysis and statistical software coding.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.PILF Merchandise Sale
  • Location: Law School Star Commons
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Kick off fall semester by stocking up on Duke Law merchandise! All items will be on SALE! We will have shirts, shorts, sweatshirts, and more. Payment by credit or debit only; all proceeds benefit the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF). Sponsored by PILF. For more information, please email Lauren Meegan at lauren.meegan@lawnet.duke.edu or Olivia Cole at olivia.cole@lawnet.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Charity_Fundraising, Local
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke HealthCheck - Duke Regional Hospital; Sunroom 3rd Floor, Surgical Services
  • Location: Duke Regional Hospital
  • 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. NO APPOINTMENT necessary at this mobile location or to set up an appointment in our office on a day more convenient for you contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at 919.684.3136 select option #1
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/assessment/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Health_Wellness
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUSON Sakai User Group Meeting
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 1011
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Meeting open to all DUSON faculty and staff Sakai users. Participants share tips and lessons learned, and discuss Sakai processes, updates and new features.
  • Topical Areas: Meeting, Local, Main
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DVS Workshop: Making Data Visual
  • Location: Bostock Library 023 , (Library Classroom)
  • Contact: Herndon, Joel
  • Description: The process of making data visual can be nuanced and iterative. Sometimes we start a project with a very specific idea of the kind of visualization we want, but other times we may not be sure what will work best. This workshop will address three important aspects of making data visual: identifying the goal of your visualization, identifying the audience of your visualization, and understanding the pros and cons of different types of visualizations. This workshop will focus not on any specific software application, but instead will focus on helping attendees develop instincts for what kinds of visualizations match well with particular datasets, goals, and audiences. The emphasis for this workshop will be on standard visualization types, like bar charts and scatter plots, rather than non-traditional visualizations or graphics.
  • Link: http://duke.libcal.com/event/2739920
  • Topical Areas: Research, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Nature Storytime
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Enjoy the outdoors with a story read aloud in the Gardens. Nature-themed stories are followed by a related activity or garden walk. Free drop-in activity. Parking fees apply.
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/nature-storytime
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Social, Workshop_Short_Course
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE Run/Walk Club - DRAH; The Garden's
  • Location: Duke Raleigh Hospital
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Being active by running or walking is a great way to manage weight, increase activity and combat stress. Duke Run/Walk Club is a 12 week program running August 22nd through November 9th. Whether you are looking to start a beginner-level walking program, or you are an avid runner looking for a group to run with, the Run/Walk Club program is for anyone willing to lace up their sneakers. Or exercise at your convenience as an "Independent" participant. We have groups on 3 different campuses, including Duke Regional and Duke Raleigh. Find out what times and location works best for your schedule by visiting us online. For more information, please contact LIVE FOR LIFE customer service at (919) 684-3136, option #1 or e-mail Kathryn Maceachern at katie.maceachern@duke.edu
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/runwalk/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Social, Main, Health_Wellness
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Graduate Student Cover Letter Lab
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: During this lab, we will provide you with helpful tips, personalized feedback, and time to work on your cover letters. You can learn more about cover letter basics, writing your first draft, identifying the key points you want to emphasize, making improvements to an existing cover letter, and tailoring your cover letter to a particular industry or position. Stay for a few minutes or for the whole session. Be sure to bring a laptop or mobile device if you want to edit documents or do online research.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Condensed Matter Seminar: "Consistency between bosonization and nonequilibrium transport setups"
  • Location: Physics 298
  • Contact: Paul, Cristin
  • Description: In this talk I will cover two different scenarios in which the technique of bosonization, as well as the reversed process of de-bosonization, are applied to problems that involve transport calculations across junctions. The case of a junction between two Fermi liquids will be used to illustrate how the use of bosonization in the conventional ways can give rise to results which are not fully consistent with the exact direct solution of the problem. The differences are not only quantitative, but for certain aspects the two solutions are also qualitatively different. We recently proposed a consistent way of proceeding that allows to recover the same results as with the direct solution but after the re-fermionization of the problem. This takes the form of additional considerations related to the regularization of fermionic bilinears that supplement the conventional bosonization procedure and can be carried over to the study of strongly correlated systems like, for instance, the Kondo problem. In the second part of this presentation I will discuss a Kondo junction, which is a simplified low-energy model for transport applicable to certain types of quantum dots, molecular junctions, and other specialized transport setups. The so called Toulouse limit of this problem is mappable (using a re-fermionization based on bosonic field transformations combined with a previous bosonization and a subsequent de-bosonization) to the problem of a non-interacting resonant level model.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catholic Daily Mass - Thursday YOH Football Center
  • 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
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Data Dialogue
  • Location: Gross Hall 330
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Thursday September 29, 2016 11:45 a.m. - lunch provided 330 Gross Hall Data Dialogue "Quantifying Uncertainty in Common Forecasting Models" with Daniel Egger, Executive in Residence, Duke Professional Master's Program
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
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.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Your Weigh...Together Program - University Towers Room 7305
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: (Registration Required) Session 3: Calories Out-Move That Body! Your Weigh. If you are like most people, you know how to lose weight and get fit, but simply have a hard time following through. Consider this: It might be easier to achieve your health goals with some team support. Through Your Weigh... Together, a group program for healthy living and weight management, you'll receive positive feedback and encouragement to anchor you in your own commitment. And you'll be surrounded by others who also want to build a foundation to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Your Weigh... Together is a supportive group led by a registered dietitian who will listen to your concerns, share the priority you've placed on making healthier choices, and help celebrate your successes. 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
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.SECURITY, PEACE, & CONFLICT WORKSHOP: Gary Uzonyi (Duke University)
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 270
  • Contact: None
  • Description: SECURITY, PEACE, & CONFLICT WORKSHOP: Gary Uzonyi (Duke University) | "Rebel capacity, government uncertainty, and atrocity during civil war" | Thursday, Sept 29 | 12PM | 270 Gross Hall | Lunch Provided
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.The Struggle Continues: A Dialogue with SNCC Veterans
  • Location: Old Chemistry 011
  • Contact: Robles, Natalie
  • Description: Join us for a conversation with three veterans of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) as they discuss their work after SNCC and the southern freedom movement. Charles Cobb, journalist (founder of National Association of Black Journalists) and author (This Nonviolent Stuff'll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible), Judy Richardson, filmmaker (Eyes on the Prize) and author (Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC) and Maria Varela, photographer, community organizer and MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellow, will reflect on how their experiences in SNCC impacted the choices they made with the rest of their lives. From opening the Drum and Spear bookstore and the Center for Black Education in Washington, D.C. to organizing with Latino and native resistance groups in the Southwest, the panel will look at how the worldview and approach they learned in SNCC infused itself into their later work and continues to do so today. The discussion will be moderated by John Gartrell of the John Hope Franklin Research Center at Duke's Rubenstein Library. Light lunch served beginning at 11:45. This program is presented in partnership with the SNCC Digital Gateway Project. The SNCC Digital Gateway is a collaborative project of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee Legacy Project (SLP) and Duke University that tells the story of SNCC from the perspective of the activists, themselves. Funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
  • Link: https://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/struggle-continues
  • Topical Areas: Main, United States Focus, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Human Rights, Social
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Your Weigh...In Motion - ACR 142222-B
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Your Weigh.....In Motion!(Session 5) All Your Weigh... Together program graduates have the opportunity for ongoing support after completing the ten week program by joining the Your Weigh...In Motion graduate continuation program. It is a great way for those who found support during the initial 10 week program to continue to make changes and work toward their long term goals. 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
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.NCBA International Law Panel
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Please join members of the North Carolina Bar Association for a panel discussion of current trends in transnational legal practices in North Carolina. All law students are welcome to attend. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Career & Professional Development Center and the Office of International Studies. For more information, please contact Oleg Kobelev at kobelev@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Multicultural_Identity, Local
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 Thursday afternoons in the Bryan Center's Griffith Board Room. Come chat about world events, local culture, and more with people from around the world. Duke students, visiting scholars, faculty, staff, and spouses welcome.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Multicultural_Identity, Social
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Exploring Reconciliation Narratives
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: We live our lives within conscious and unconscious narratives. The narratives that structure our lives have been passed to us through children's literature, folk tales, myths, and traditional stories, family and cultural histories, and Scriptural narratives. Conflict and broken relationships can often be understood as a clash of narratives; injustice can be understood as worldly realities that clash with the prophetic narrative of the realm of God; and reconciliation can occur when individuals and communities can build and live into preferred shared narratives. As theologians (both professional and lay) it is helpful to understand the source of the narratives that are structuring conflicts and informing our sense of justice. Join us in this conversation!
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Brown Bag, Diversity/Inclusion, Ethics
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Efficient Writing Workshop
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: 1Ls and other interested students, are you interested in improving your legal writing? Just in time for the second office memo assignment, the Legal Writing Faculty invites you to an efficient writing workshop. The legal writing program's writing tutors will share some specific techniques for writing clearly and efficiently. The workshop will include practice exercises and tips on how to edit for efficient writing. Sponsored by the Legal Writing Faculty. For more information, contact Rebecca Rich at rich@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Information Session, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Human Rights Law Society Kickoff
  • Location: Law School 3037 , Lamond Family Foundation Classroom
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Interested in Human Rights issues? Come find out more about Duke Law Human Rights Law Society and our plans for this school year. We put on programming for the law school community on a wide range of human rights issues, and this year will be providing a variety of ways to get involved, from piloting a small pro bono project (for a discrete group of students) to regular human rights documentary/movie nights. Lunch will be provided. Sponsored by the Human Rights Law Society. For more information, please contact a member of the HRLS leadership team; Chelsea DeMoss at chelsea.demoss@duke.edu, Rachel Rothendler at rachel.rothendler@duke.edu, or Rachel Noveroske at rachel.noveroske@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Information Session, Local
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.3Ls - Business Basics for New Attorneys
  • Location: Law School 4055
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: New attorneys in private practice need to understand both business principals generally as well as the business of law firms more specifically. Entrepreneur, attorney and author Mary Juetten will highlight where to focus to learn what you need to add immediate value to your organization as a new associate. Sponsored by the Career Center and the Start-up Ventures Program. Lunch provided. For additional information, contact Dale Malone at dale.malone@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, 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 QGIS
  • Location: Bostock Library 023 , (Library Classroom)
  • Contact: Herndon, Joel
  • Description: Looking for an open source desktop application for Geographic Information System (GIS)? QGIS Desktop is one alternative to using other mapping applications that can be costly and QGIS runs of multiple platforms including Windows, Mac, Unix, and Linux. In this introductory workshop we will discuss the benefits of using QGIS, introduce basic mapping concepts, and demonstrate how to import and analyze data in QGIS.
  • Link: http://duke.libcal.com/event/2739924
  • Topical Areas: Research, Main, Workshop_Short_Course
1:25 PM - 2:55 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Arturo Fernandez Ballet Master Class/Workshop
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Ballet Forward will present a residency with Arturo Fernandez from Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Sept. 28-30. This master class is open to intermediate and advanced ballet students. If you are not already in the course Dance 220 (Advanced Intermediate Ballet), advanced sign up is required. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Link: https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/r7tdbuk119vpv0/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.The Solitary Child: Wherefores and Repercussions
  • Location: Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Layko, Erika
  • Description: Some children are quiet and reserved by nature. A child's lack of social interaction in the peer group may stem from a variety of causes, including social fear and anxiety or a preference for solitude. If children are so shy that they rarely play with other children, though, they can be at risk of later problems. For example, very shy children may have trouble learning social skills for interacting with peers and they may have difficulty in making and keeping friends. From early childhood through adolescence, socially withdrawn children are at risk for a wide range of negative outcomes, including socio-emotional difficulties like anxiety, low self-esteem and depression; peer difficulties, including rejection, victimization and poor friendship quality; and educational challenges such as poor quality teacher-child relationships, academic difficulties and school avoidance. Kenneth Rubin will provide clarity on the study of social withdrawal and will examine the predictors, correlates, and consequences of child and early adolescent social withdrawal. He will also present a developmental framework describing the pathways leading to and from social withdrawal in childhood and discuss a novel early intervention for socially inhibited preschool-aged children. "The Turtle Program: Helping Shy Preschoolers Come Out of their Shells" is designed to help shy preschool children gain confidence in social settings and develop develop positive relationships with their peers and teachers.
  • Link: http://childandfamilypolicy.duke.edu/event/sulzberger-distinguished-lecture-featuring-kenneth-rubin/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Alumni_Reunion, Research
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Center for Nursing Research eIRB Labs
  • Location: Pearson Building (School of Nursing), Room 4130
  • Contact: Kennel, Phyllis
  • Description: The SON Research Oversight and Compliance Core (ROCC) is holding eIRB Labs Tuesdays from 9 to 10 a.m. and Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. in Pearson 4130. These are informal roundtable discussions with Phyllis Kennel who provides guidance to faculty and study teams on new submissions, amendment submissions, continuing renewal submissions, responding to IRB reviewer comments and general eIRB navigation. These are opportunities for faculty and study teams to ask any questions specific to their study submission(s). Appointments are not required but encouraged to allow sufficient time to address individual needs. Please contact Phyllis Kennel at phyllis.kennel@duke.edu to schedule an appointment.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Meeting, Local
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Roundtable discussion + Q&A with ballet master Arturo Fernandez
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: LOCATION: Lower Ark Studio This roundtable discussion with Arturo Fernandez, about his choreography and 24-year career with Alonzo King LINES Ballet, is free and open to the public. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Melinda Mills, Oxford University
  • Location: SSRI-Gross Hall 270
  • Contact: Satterfield, Laura
  • Description: Title: A Sociogenomic Approach to Fertility: Combining Demography, Sociology and Molecular Genetics BIO: Melinda Mills is the Chair of the Department of Sociology at the University of Oxford and Editor-in-Chief of the European Sociological Review. She leads the SOCIOGENOME and several other related projects, which combine demographic, sociological, biological and molecular genetic research to study the life course. Her interests also include assortative mating and internet dating, impact of nonstandard schedules on family life, and research methods. #5287
  • Topical Areas: Main, 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.Family Nurse Practitioner Webinar
  • Location: Online
  • Contact: None
  • Description: A faculty-led webinar that will showcase the curriculum of the Family Nurse Practitioner program while also covering financial aid and admissions requirements. Register at https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6LSTvimCHgG2CLH.
  • Topical Areas: Webcast, Main
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: What's Growing in the Garden?
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Gardens members $7; general public $10. Register for all six sessions at $6/$9 per session. Parking fees apply.
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Join us in the Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden to learn about fruits and vegetables and how they grow. Plant, harvest and taste seasonal produce, explore different ways to use herbs, hear stories, play games and make art inspired by the garden. Meet at the entrance to Charlotte Brody Discovery Garden. Information/registration: 919-668-1707 or gardenseducation@duke.edu.
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/whats-growing-garden
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Workshop_Short_Course, Sustainability
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Thursday Seminar
  • Location: None
  • Contact: Atchison, Meg
  • Description: PATH855 This is a year-long course where each graduate student gives a presentation on his/her research in a formal setting to their peers and Pathology Graduate faculty. Different aspects of presentations by the students (e.g. introduction, significance, quality and rigor of data, validity of conclusions, quality of slides, delivery style, etc.) are anonymously assessed by everyone in the audience, using critique sheets. As a result of the strong emphasis on the importance of oral presentation of research, remarkable improvements in the quality and contents of student presentation have been observed each year.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Academic Calendar Dates, Free Food and Beverages, Research, Local
4:15 PM - 5:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Open Social Event in the Collision Space
  • Location: Smith Warehouse - Bay 10, 2nd Floor
  • Contact: Massung, David
  • Description: The Fall CMAC Rendez-Vous series kicks off with an Open Social in the Collision Space (Room A266, Bay 10, Second Floor Smith Warehouse).
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Announcement
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.What Was "Close Reading"? A Century of Critical Method
  • Location: Friedl 115
  • Contact: Maschauer, Maria
  • Description: Barbara Herrnstein Smith will talk about the origins and history of "close reading," understood as a practice central to 20th-century literary studies, vis-à-vis the current promotion of "distant reading," a set of computational methods often seen as its due contemporary successor. Barbara Herrnstein Smith is Braxton Craven Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature and English at Duke University. Her publications include Poetic Closure: A Study of How Poem End (1968); On the Margins of Discourse: The Relation of Language to Literature (1978); Contingencies of Value: Alternative Perspectives for Critical Theory (1988); Belief and Resistance: Dynamics of Contemporary Intellectual Controversy (1997); Scandalous Knowledge: Science, Truth and the Human (2005); and Natural Reflections: Human Cognition at the Nexus of Science and Religion (2010). Smith's recent work focuses on the historical, intellectual, and institutional relations between the sciences and the humanities.
  • Link: https://literature.duke.edu/events/inaugural-annual-lecture-critical-theory-featuring-barbara-herrnstein-smith-braxton-craven
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Lecture_Talk
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Incarcerating Transgender People: An Examination of the Issues
  • Location: West Duke 101 - Ahmadieh Family Conference Room
  • Contact: Abendroth, Kathryn
  • Description: Transgender people, like other LGBTQ people, are disproportionality represented in the criminal justice system in the United States. Criminalization of LGBTQ lives frequently results in their incarceration, an imprisonment that may have consequences that are uniquely harsh on transgender prisoners. What special issues are implicated when a transgender person is incarcerated? What role does race play in transgender incarceration? What are some possible solutions to these issues? This panel will examine these and other concerns. Panelists include Asa King (former Southern Regional Attorney at The Transgender Law Center) and Paisley Currah (Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, Professor of Political Science and Women's & Gender studies). The event is moderated by Ara Wilson (Duke University, Professor of Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies).
  • Link: http://kenan.ethics.duke.edu/humanrights/incarcerating-transgender-people-examination-issues-sep-29/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Ethics, Free Food and Beverages, Human Rights
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Catherine or Body of Passion : An Ethnographic Documentary, Screening and Q & A
  • Location: Perkins Library, The Link Classroom 5 , (Perkins Library, Lower Level)
  • Contact: Solterer, Helen
  • Description: Emma Aubin-Boltanski, the social anthropologist from the École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris, will present her most recent ethnographic documentary [in Arabic with English/French sub-titles], with Q & A to follow. Aubin-Boltanski works on religious practices of the Middle East, and especially interrelations between Muslim and Christian communities. Her books include: Penser la fin du monde (Thinking the End of the World, 2014), and Pèlerinages et nationalisme en Palestine. Prophètes, héros et ancêtres (Pilgrimage & Nationalism in Palestine : Prophets, Heros, Ancestors, 2007). In recent years, she has turned to the tool of film, and made several ethnographic documentaries. This latest, Catherine Body of Passion, filmed in Lebanon, is representative of her work pursued once, in Syria, and now in Palestine, and Lebanon.
  • Link: https://sites.duke.edu/cffs/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Lecture_Talk, Middle East focus
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke Your Weigh...In Motion - Duke Credit Union
  • Location: Erwin Square Building, Federal Credit Union , First Floor
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Your Weigh.....In Motion!(Session 5) All Your Weigh... Together program graduates have the opportunity for ongoing support after completing the ten week program by joining the Your Weigh...In Motion graduate continuation program. It is a great way for those who found support during the initial 10 week program to continue to make changes and work toward their long term goals. 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
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
5:00 PM - 6:15 PM
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CLG workshop series on U.S. culture
  • Location: International House
  • Contact: Jeong, SangHee
  • Description: Connect. Learn. Grow. (CLG) Workshop Series provides richer and deeper level of information and advice beyond our regular orientation. Often times international students and scholars are overwhelmed by so much information they get during orientation period, and many pieces of valuable information may get lost. IHouse offers international students and scholars further opportunities to learn how to navigate their life at Duke and in Durham.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, United States Focus
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Fighting Human Trafficking: What Can We Do?
  • Location: Sanford Fleishman Commons
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: United States' anti-trafficking policies both domestically and internationally via diplomatic efforts, presented by Duke Alumni Ambassador-at-Large in the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Person, Susan Coppedge, the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Homeland Security Advisor on the National Security Council Staff, the Honorable Amy Pope, and TIP foreign affairs officer MPP/MBA alumna Andrea Wilson. Event sponsored by the Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke's Center for International & Comparative Law, The Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics, and Duke's American Grand Strategy Program. The event is free and open to the public and will be followed by a reception.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Human Rights
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
5:30 PM
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Panel on Human Trafficking
  • Location: Sanford Fleishman Commons
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: This lecture will focus on the United States' anti-trafficking policies both domestically and internationally via diplomatic efforts, and will be presented by Duke Alumni Ambassador-at-Large in the Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Person, Susan Coppedge, the Deputy Assistant to the President and Deputy Homeland Security Advisor on the National Security Council Staff, the Honorable Amy Pope, and MPP/MBA alumna Andrea Wilson. Co-sponsored by the Sanford School of Public Policy, American Grand Strategy, and the Center for International and Comparative Law. For more information, please contact Mary Lindsley at mary.lindsley@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Multicultural_Identity, Local
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 - Hock Plaza 12062
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: (Registration Required) Session 3: Calories Out-Move That Body! Your Weigh. If you are like most people, you know how to lose weight and get fit, but simply have a hard time following through. Consider this: It might be easier to achieve your health goals with some team support. Through Your Weigh... Together, a group program for healthy living and weight management, you'll receive positive feedback and encouragement to anchor you in your own commitment. And you'll be surrounded by others who also want to build a foundation to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Your Weigh... Together is a supportive group led by a registered dietitian who will listen to your concerns, share the priority you've placed on making healthier choices, and help celebrate your successes. 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 - 8:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.EvolveLaw - Legal Innovators Showcase
  • Location: Law School 3043 , James E Padilla Classroom
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: The legal industry is ripe for change but what will be that next big innovation? Join us to hear new ideas from Legal Tech innovators who will pitch their start-ups and Darwin Talks from thought-provoking experts who will share their ideas about where technology for law is heading. Get tickets here: http://evolvelawnow.com/event/duke-univ-school-of-law-durham-nc-legal-innovators-showcase/. Sponsored by the Duke Law Start-Up Ventures Clinic. For more information, please contact Jeff Ward at ward@law.duke.edu.
  • Link: http://evolvelawnow.com/event/duke-univ-school-of-law-durham-nc-legal-innovators-showcase/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Technology
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Lost Stories: Uncovering African American History in Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties
  • Location: East Duke Parlors
  • Contact: Weitzel, Marialana L.
  • Description: The history many of us were taught is incomplete: it largely ignored the daily life and experiences of women and of people of color. But we can piece together those untold stories to enrich our understanding of the past through careful research of records, archives and artifacts - as well as the occasional trip to the cemetery. Join Duke University Graduate Liberal Studies alumnae Joanne Abel (MALS '09) and Kim Smith (MALS '16) as they share facts and stories that will give you a new perspective on local African American history. Space is limited - rsvp to m.weitzel@duke.edu
  • Link: https://liberalstudies.duke.edu/ideas-conversations
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
6:30 PM - 7:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Stryker Interview Info Session
  • Location: Fitzpatrick Center Schiciano Auditorium Side B
  • Contact: Cavanaugh, Taryn
  • Description: Stryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies and together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. The Company offers a diverse array of innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine, which help improve patient and hospital outcomes. Stryker is active in over 100 countries around the world. This information session will introduce you to Stryker, our recruiting process, and give you the opportunity to informally interact with current Stryker employees and Duke Interns from prior summers. Come have some pizza and learn how you can have a stellar career while making the world a better place!
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=UtHMtIhGYsYcy%2fN7FDMeuQ%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Information Session
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Theta Nu Xi's Voting Rights: Power, Politics, & Privilege Event
  • Location: Bryan Center - Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Join Theta Nu Xi for Voting Rights: Power, Politics, & Privilege at 6:30pm on Thursday, September 29 in the Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity (CSGD).
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Meeting
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.CANCELED: La Tavola Italiana Film Series: L'Orchestra di P. Vittorio
  • Location: Social Sciences 139 LaBarre
  • Contact: Babineau, Lauren
  • Description: During the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 semesters, Tavola Italiana will introduce Duke students to the rich tradition of Italian political films. These films explore ethical and social issues, such as the privilege of being a citizen of a democratic nation, prejudice toward different forms of government, resistance in welcoming foreigners and reintegrating convicts, the constant presence of political controversies in everyday life, the struggle to eliminate corruption from the political arena, and the toll that tough political decisions have on politicians themselves. With this film series, the Italian program at Duke hopes to inspire students to discuss Italian political themes and connect them to American politics, both locally and nationally, particularly during this presidential election year.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film
7:00 PM - 8:50 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Screen/Society--AMI Showcase--"Koyaanisqatsi"
  • Location: Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Okazaki, Hank
  • Description: Film Screening: "Koyaanisqatsi" (Godfrey Reggio, 1982, 86 min, USA, in English, Color, Blu-Ray) / "Koyaanisqatsi," Reggio's debut as a film director and producer, is the first film of the QATSI trilogy. The title is a Hopi Indian word meaning "life out of balance." Created between 1975 and 1982, the film is an apocalyptic vision of the collision of two different worlds -- urban life and technology versus the environment. "Koyaanisqatsi" attempts to reveal the beauty of the beast! We usually perceive our world, our way of living, as beautiful because there is nothing else to perceive. If one lives in this world, the globalized world of high technology, all one can see is one layer of commodity piled upon another. In our world the "original" is the proliferation of the standardized. Copies are copies of copies. There seems to be no ability to see beyond, to see that we have encased ourselves in an artificial environment that has remarkably replaced the original, nature itself. We do not live with nature any longer; we live above it, off of it as it were. Nature has become the resource to keep this artificial or new nature alive. / -- Winner for Best Documentary in Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards (1983)! / Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PirH8PADDgQ
  • Link: http://ami.duke.edu/events/archive/2016/09/29/screen-society-ami-showcase-koyaanisqatsi
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.NCLAFF: Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez
  • Location: Off-campus
  • Cost: Free and open to the public
  • Contact: Rojas-Sotelo, Miguel
  • Description: Location: Nelson Mandela Auditorium, UNC-Chapel Hill Reception at 6:30pm, films at 7pm. GABO: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez Dir. Justin Webster. 90min. 2015 How did a boy from a tiny town on the Caribbean coast become a writer who won the hearts of millions? How did he change our perception of reality with his work? The answers lie in the incredible story of Gabriel García Márquez, the 1982 Nobel Prize winner in Literature. A law-school dropout and political journalist who grew up in the poverty and violence of northern Colombia, Gabriel García Márquez became the writer of globally celebrated, critically-acclaimed books including Love in the Time of Cholera and One Hundred Years of Solitude. Known as "Gabo" to all of Latin America, Gabriel García Márquez's sensual, "magical" sensibility leds him to the forefront of the political struggles of the 1970s and 1980s-including a pivotal and previously unknown role in negotiations between Cuban leader Fidel Castro and American President Bill Clinton-and into the hearts of readers across the world.
  • Link: http://jhfc.duke.edu/latinamericauncduke/home/film-festival/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Movie_Film, Multicultural_Identity, South America focus, Reception
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.A Conversation with Marc Lamont Hill
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
  • Contact: Jackson, Camille
  • Description: Author, scholar and public intellectual Marc Lamont Hill will discuss his new book, "Nobody: Casualties of America's War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint, and Beyond." Professor Mark Anthony Neal of African and African-American Studies will moderate. A book signing will follow.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Book Signing, Civic Engagement/Social Action
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.The Civilians - 'The Undertaking'
  • Location: Bryan Center Sheafer Theater
  • Cost: $28, $15 Ages 30 & under, $10 Duke students. Tickets can be purchased online, via phone at 919-684-4444, and in-person at the Duke University Box Office, Monday through Friday, 11 AM to 6 PM.
  • Contact: Hunt, Gloria
  • Description: The Civilians, practitioners of investigative theater, create their work like researchers of the national consciousness. They build their kaleidoscopic shows out of hundreds of conversations about life's most vital questions with regular people and experts alike, then use these conversations as the basis of each script, enlivening their interlocutors' words with invigorating theatrical style. Topics they have investigated for their deeply engaging and entertaining plays include environmental catastrophe, urban gentrification, animal neglect, and evangelicalism, to name just a few. New York Magazine called The Civilians a "giddily sociological theater company." This boundary-breaking troupe presents their newest play, The Undertaking, a creative investigation of one of the last great cultural taboos: death. This piece looks at the ways we deal with the end of life and asks profound questions: what might happen to our bodies and souls after we die, and how does dying change what it means to be alive? The show's verbatim stories play out as attempts at finding truth, and reflect the complexity, humor, pathos, and idiosyncrasies of our lived experience. The Civilians' show comes to Duke directly from its premiere at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
  • Link: http://dukeperformances.duke.edu/calendar/civilians-%E2%80%A2-undertaking
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Theater
8:00 PM - 9:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Celebration of Music
  • Location: Duke Chapel
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Lyle, Michael
  • Description: Since the moment of Duke Chapel's opening, music has been infused into every aspect of its life. From university worship to memorial services, weddings to concerts large and small, music brings people to the Chapel and guides their journey during their time here. This year, we celebrate the reopening of the Chapel after a year of restoration, beginning with this grand gala concert. All three Chapel choirs (the Chapel Choir, Vespers Ensemble, and Evensong Singers) will perform individual selections, as well as joining forces with a large brass ensemble on powerful arrangements of favorite hymns of the church. The concert will also feature a newly commissioned festival anthem by North Carolina composer Dan Forrest and music on the grand organs of the Chapel. *Concert-goers are encouraged to arrive an hour in advance of the concert.* Free parking will be available beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the campus Blue Zone lots on Wannamaker Dr., between Towerview Rd. and Duke University Rd. A shuttle will be available for transportation from the parking lot to Duke Chapel. People who choose to walk from the parking lot to the Chapel are encouraged to go down Wannamaker Dr. towards West Campus, turn left on Towerview Rd., and then turn right onto Abele Quad. Handicap parking will be available in front of the Chapel for vehicles with a valid ADA permit.
  • Link: https://chapel.duke.edu/worship/music
  • Topical Areas: Main, Concert_Music
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.JD & LLM Social
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Join classmates from the JD, JD-LLM, and LLM programs for this International Week meet and mingle event at Tobacco Road Sports Café (280 S. Mangum Street). Organized by the International Law Society with sponsorship by the Office of International Studies, the JD-LLM Program, and the DBA. For more information, please contact Shira Anderson at shira.anderson@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Multicultural_Identity, Social, Local
Friday, September 30, 2016
«  5/1 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Beyond the Front Porch 2016" Exhibit
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibition of final projects by seniors graduating with a CDS Certificate in Documentary Studies.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  5/16 - 10/10  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."How Do We Heal?" Photography Exhibit by Undergraduate Sherry Zhang on View at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: An exhibit on view in the Center for Documentary Studies Porch Gallery features the photographs of CDS undergraduate Sherry Zhang. As part of the RIPP Fellowship in the Documentary Arts, Zhang was mentored this past fall by CDS instructor and co-founder Alex Harris. Zhang's documentary portrait series of Duke women explores the themes of trauma and transformation in each of the women's lives.
  • Link: http://www.cdsporch.org/archives/25954
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/22 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition
  • Location: John Hope Franklin Center Main Gallery
  • Cost: Free and open to the public.
  • Contact: Doty, Jason
  • Description: "Altered States: Painting Myanmar in a Time of Transition" is a collaborative art exhibition that showcases contemporary paintings from Myanmarese artists. The paintings present different perspectives on the current social and political situation in Myanmar. The exhibition explores art, culture, education, and politics in Myanmar providing a forum for analysis and debate. This exhibition is sponsored by the John Hope Franklin Center for Interdisciplinary and International Studies and the Asian Pacific Studies Institite at Duke University. A special thanks to Ian Holliday, vice-president and pro-vice-chancellor for teaching and learning at the University of Hong Kong, for loaning Duke all paintings on display and his guidance in creating the exhibition.
  • Link: https://jhfc.duke.edu/event/altered-states/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Asia focus, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  8/25 - 10/28  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Morrison Exhibit Space, Duke Clinics, near 1D Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com Ms. Weinstein will be present during these dates to discuss and sell her work. Cash and checks accepted. Meet the Artist & Sales Dates: Friday, September 2, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 16, noon - 2 pm Friday, September 30, noon - 2 pm Friday, October 14, noon - 2 pm
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness
«  9/1 - 10/31  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Hospital Exhibit: American Surrealist - The Art of Richard "Duke" Hagerty MD
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Richard "Duke" Hagerty, MD had always been attracted to drawing and painting, especially since he was diagnosed with dyslexia at an early age. But it wasn't until he was in his 2nd year of medical school at Duke University's School of Medicine, that he realized the significance. "I got into my psychiatry rotation and there's a professor interested in Jungian psychology and we start dream analysis. We're supposed to write out our dreams, but I'm still not good with words, so he says, very casually, 'Why not draw your dreams?' Right when I did that first one, it was bang - I mean BANG. That was the something special that I was meant to do, back from when I heard that voice as a kid. To find a language you can express yourself with, and hold a mirror to yourself - I'd finally found that." For over 40 years, Duke has worked to develop his unique visual vocabulary through continuous realizations about himself and our world through his experiences, studies and travels. Located in the Arts & Health Galleries, Concourse between Duke Hospital North and the Duke Medicine Pavilion.
  • Link: https://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Health_Wellness, Religious_Spiritual
«  9/1 - 1/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art"
  • Location: Nasher Museum of Art
  • Contact: Livingston, Wendy Hower
  • Description: "Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art" questions and explores the complex and contested space of the American South. One needs to look no further than literature, cuisine and music to see evidence of the South's profound influence on American culture, and consequently much of the world. This unprecedented exhibition addresses and complicates the many realities, fantasies and myths that have long captured the public's imagination about the American South. Presenting a wide range of perspectives, from both within and outside of the region, the exhibition creates a composite portrait of southern identity through the work of 60 artists. The art reflects upon and pulls apart the dynamic nature of the South's social, political and cultural landscape.
  • Link: http://nasher.duke.edu/southern/
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/6 - 10/16  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Hispanic Heritage Month
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pick up your Hispanic Heritage Month Calendar at the Bryan Center Plaza on September 6 from 4:30-6pm.
  • Link: https://www.facebook.com/dukemigente/
  • Topical Areas: Diversity/Inclusion, Free Food and Beverages, Global, Multicultural_Identity, Caribbean focus, Central America focus, Mexico focus, South America focus, United States Focus, Main, Student, Ongoing
«  9/12 - 10/8  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics, 40 Years of Editorial Cartoons and Then Some
  • Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Power Plant Gallery
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: Kelly, Caitlin
  • Description: On view: September 13-October 8, 2016 Cartoonist Dwane Powell has been a stalwart presence in the pages of The News & Observer from the late 1970s until today. This career retrospective encompasses the high (and low) points of a changing North Carolina, and takes a snarky, ink-stained look at the Tarheel state and beyond. "Dwane Powell: The Art of Politics" is part of the 2016 Political Cartoon and Satire Festival at Duke University, Sept. 22-24, and includes an artist's talk and Third Friday reception on Friday, September 16 at 6:30pm. The artist talk and reception are free and open to the public. ________ Power Plant Gallery hours (Fall Semester) Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays: 11am-6pm Wednesdays: 11am-1:30pm Closed Sundays and Mondays
  • Link: http://powerplantgallery.com/project/dwanepowell/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing
«  9/22 - 11/5  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."The Jemima Code" Exhibit at CDS
  • Location: Center for Documentary Studies , 1317 W. Pettigrew Street
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: CDS Front Desk
  • Description: The idea of a "Jemima Code" came to Toni Tipton-Martin as she was researching the varied history of African-Americans working in America's kitchens. She discovered that they were virtually invisible. The character, Aunt Jemima, was built on a myth that combined various characteristics of African-American women into one, larger-than-life, mammy culinary stereotype. This stereotype was used to shame and demoralize African-Americans and deny their culinary professionalism and expertise. With her book, The Jemima Code: Two Centuries of African-American Cookbooks, and the traveling exhibition of monumental historic photographs of African-American women at work in and around southern kitchens, Tipton-Martin works to reclaim the knowledge, skills, and abilities these women demonstrated in their daily lives.
  • Link: http://documentarystudies.duke.edu/exhibits/current-exhibits#jemima-code
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Ongoing, Diversity/Inclusion, Multicultural_Identity
«  9/26 - 12/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site."This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race
  • Location: Rubenstein Library
  • Contact: Lindsley, Mary
  • Description: The exhibit, "This Campaign is YUUUGE!" Cartoonists Tackle the 2016 Presidential Race, is now on display on the first floor of Rubenstein Hall at Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy. Work from 27 leading editorial cartoonists offers a sharp look at campaign highlights and low blows, from Trump's hands to Clinton's emails. The exhibit is a collection of the best campaign cartoons by American editorial cartoonists, both liberal- and conservative-leaning. It opened Sept. 20 as part of the Satire Fest and will run through December 2. It can be viewed during regular business hours.
  • Link: http://sanford.duke.edu/articles/see-cartoonists%E2%80%99-view-2016-elections-exhibit-sanford
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, CampaignStop, Ongoing
«  9/28 - 10/1  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUSON Admissions Rep at NCNA Annual Convention
  • Location: Winston-Salem, N.C.
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) Office of Admissions will be an exhibitor at the 2016 North Carolina Nurses Association Convention. If you are a graduate of DUSON or are interested in learning more about the programs offered at DUSON, please come by and meet an admissions representative who can provide you with specific information and handouts. We hope to see you there.
  • Link: https://ncnurses.org/events/annual-convention/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Announcement, Local
«  9/28 - 10/2  »
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Today - 10/2  »
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Homecoming
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Homecoming means cheering on the Blue Devils, catching up with old friends and reliving great memories. But it's so much more - a chance to learn about Duke's world-changing work, to reconnect with affinity groups and clubs, to explore Duke's ever-changing campus and to feel the energy of thousands of alumni who return for fall's biggest weekend. Come be Forever Duke all over again.
  • Link: https://alumni.duke.edu/campus-events/homecoming
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Toxicology Program Alumni Career Symposium
  • Location: Environment Hall Field Auditorium
  • Cost: No cost to attend but registration is required
  • Contact: Marion, Eve
  • Description: Please join us for an informative program featuring ITEHP PhD Alumni who will discuss their own career paths in conjunction with their current positions. Registration is required. Please be sure to visit the following information tables located in the atrium: Nicholas School Career & Professional Development Center Nicholas School Office of Development & Alumni Relations Duke Graduate Career Services
  • Link: http://sites.nicholas.duke.edu/envhealth/events/fall-2016-symposium/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Research, Conference_Symposium, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Alumni_Reunion
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.MGR - Population Health Sciences: Launching a New Department in the School of Medicine
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: McCamic, Elizabeth
  • Description: Medicine Grand Rounds is a weekly topic- and case-based presentation by members of the faculty of the Department of Medicine (and colleagues in the School of Medicine). Topics and cases are selected to provide faculty and trainees with up-to-date knowledge about timely issues in internal medicine. Dr. Curtis is a professor of medicine (General Internal Medicine) and director of the Center for Population Health Sciences. Watch from your desk: If you can't make Medicine Grand Rounds this week, visit http://bit.ly/DukeMGR2016 to watch a live stream (just enter your Duke Net ID and password).
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Health_Wellness, Research, Local
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Law and Contemporary Problems: Consumer Credit in America
  • Location: Law School 3041
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: This symposium will feature speakers from around the country highlighting the issues surrounding the legal implications on a very real aspect of everyday life--consumer credit. It will have four panels throughout the day with four speakers included in each panel. Sponsored by Law and Contemporary Problems. For more information, please contact Zach Siegel at zps@duke.edu
  • Topical Areas: Main, Conference_Symposium, Local
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Careers in Finance for STEM Graduate Students and Postdocs [Registration required]
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: The analytical research skills that graduate students and postdocs develop can be applied to careers in finance and business. This panel will highlight how your experiences can be leveraged for these career paths. The panelists will share how they transitioned from STEM disciplines into their current roles, how they found these jobs, and steps that current graduate students and postdocs can take to learn more and prepare for careers in financial roles. Panelists include: -Paul Klenk, PhD (mechanical engineering), Principal Financial Analyst at Research Square -Melissa Nysewander, PhD (physics), Director of Data Science at Fidelity Investments -Edward May, MA (environmental management), MBA, Managing Partner at Energy Intelligence Partners *Register by clicking More Information below.
  • Link: https://www.myinterfase.com/duke/event_view.aspx?token=MwcTEB+D6ZviCCiUsowxEg%3d%3d
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
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: Come and enjoy great coffee/pastries and meet old & new friends!
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Free Food and Beverages, Social, International, Global
10:05 AM - 11:35 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Arturo Fernandez Ballet Master Class/Workshop
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Ballet Forward will present a residency with Arturo Fernandez from Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Sept. 28-30. All classes and workshops are open to intermediate and advanced ballet students. If you are not already in the course Dance 320 (Advanced Ballet), advanced sign up is required. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Link: https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/r7tdbuk119vpv0/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Nature for Sprouts
  • Location: Sarah P. Duke Gardens
  • Cost: Gardens members $7; General public $10. Register for all eight sessions at $6/$9 per session. Parking fees apply.
  • Contact: Smith, Sara
  • Description: Explore the outdoors at Duke Gardens with your child. Each week we will have stories, songs, movement, observation and hands-on, creative projects that explore the Gardens. Sign up for one or more sessions. For children ages 3-5. Adult chaperone required. Information/registration: 919-668-1707 or gardenseducation@duke.edu.
  • Link: http://gardens.duke.edu/events/nature-sprouts-7
  • Topical Areas: Main, Alumni_Reunion, Sustainability, Workshop_Short_Course
11:00 AM - 12:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Bruno Latour and the Critique of "Critique" A seminar by Barbara Herrnstein Smith
  • Location: Friedl 115
  • Contact: Maschauer, Maria
  • Description: The focus of the seminar will be current efforts by intellectuals-often citing texts by Bruno Latour in support--to frame critical analysis, "critique," or, in one of Latour's phrases, "critical thought," as intellectually limited, ethically culpable, and/or spiritually shallow. Readings for the seminar will consist of Latour's widely cited article, "Why Has Critique Run Out of Steam?: From Matters of Fact to Matters of Concern" (Critical Inquiry, 30:2 [Winter 2004] 225-248), and my forthcoming article, "Anthropotheology: Latour Speaking Religiously" (New Literary History, 47:2-3 [2016] 331-351). The articles are located on this website https://literature.duke.edu/events/inaugural-annual-lecture-critical-theory-featuring-barbara-herrnstein-smith-braxton-craven Barbara Herrnstein Smith is Braxton Craven Professor Emerita of Comparative Literature and English at Duke University. Her publications include Poetic Closure: A Study of How Poem End (1968); On the Margins of Discourse: The Relation of Language to Literature (1978); Contingencies of Value: Alternative Perspectives for Critical Theory (1988); Belief and Resistance: Dynamics of Contemporary Intellectual Controversy (1997); Scandalous Knowledge: Science, Truth and the Human (2005); and Natural Reflections: Human Cognition at the Nexus of Science and Religion (2010). Smith's recent work focuses on the historical, intellectual, and institutional relations between the sciences and the humanities.
  • Link: https://literature.duke.edu/events/inaugural-annual-lecture-critical-theory-featuring-barbara-herrnstein-smith-braxton-craven
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
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 Farmers Market
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Location: Duke Medical Center, on the green space behind the Searle Center and between Nanaline Duke and Bryan Research Buildings. Come support local farmers and vendors at a convenient location with the Duke Farmers Market. Every Friday this season from 11am to 2pm, stop by to explore a variety of fresh, local NC fruits and vegetables, Animal Welfare Approved meat and cheese products, fresh floral bouquets, and other locally crafted goods. Favorite Durham vendors such as NOSH, Soul Cocina, and Pomegranate Kitchen will be present to offer fresh and delicious lunch options from an array of cultural cuisines. Celebrate local flavor, and cultivate your own health and wellbeing with the Duke Farmers Market! The Duke Farmers Market is sponsored by LIVE FOR LIFE @ Duke. If you have any questions, please contact Cassandra Callas at 919-681-0547.
  • Link: http://www.hr.duke.edu/benefits/wellness/farmers/index.php
  • Topical Areas: Main, Main, Festival_Fair, Health_Wellness
11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Exploring the Interplay of Software, Hardware, and ISA in Memory Model Design
  • Location: North Building room 311 , 304 Research Drive
  • Contact: Naseree, Alexandra
  • Description: The ISA is a multi-part specification of hardware behavior as seen by software. One significant, yet often under-appreciated, aspect of this specification is the memory consistency model (MCM) which governs inter-module interactions in a shared memory system. MCM design choices are complicated and involve reasoning about the subtle interplay between many diverse features. Simply defining an ISA specification in light of the evaluation of a single microarchitecture is not sufficient, as future designs may expose inefficiencies or inaccuracies within the specification. I will make a case for MCM-aware ISA design, and present a toolflow we have developed. In particular, we have developed a methodology for evaluating and refining an ISA's MCM to ensure a correct and complete specification. I will also discuss how we apply our framework to the open source RISC-V ISA, focusing on the goal of accurate, efficient, and legal compilations from C/C++. I will present under-specifications and potential inefficiencies we have uncovered in the current RISC-V ISA documentation and identify possible solutions for each. As an example, we find that a RISC-V-compliant microachitecture allows 144 outcomes forbidden by C/C++ to be observed out of 1,701 litmus tests examined. I will show that using our framework, ISA designers can iteratively refine and evaluate ISA specifications in a microarchitecture-aware manner based on the ISA's ability to serve as a target for compiled C/C++ programs.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Free Food and Beverages
11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Sleep and Human Evolution
  • Location: Biological Sciences 013
  • Contact: Sykes, LaMonda
  • Description: Post Doc David Samson will be giving a talk on sleep and human evolution. Please come join us!
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
11:45 AM - 1:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Arturo Fernandez Choreographic/Repertory Workshop
  • Location: Ark , The Ark
  • Contact: Prather, Jennifer
  • Description: Ballet Forward will present a residency with Arturo Fernandez from Alonzo King LINES Ballet, Sept. 28-30. Open to intermediate and advanced ballet students. Advanced sign up is required. Arturo Fernandez has been, since 1992, the Ballet Master for Alonzo King LINES Ballet, as well as assisting Alonzo King in the creation of new work. Since 1998 he has coordinated and taught in Alonzo King's Professional Workshop. For more than 2 decades he has been an integral part of the Alonzo King LINES Dance Center, the LINES Training Program and the LINES BFA program. He has set Alonzo King's ballets on companies and universities throughout the US including NYU, Washington University in St. Louis and Western Michigan University. Most notably he set Alonzo King's HANDEL on the Royal Swedish Ballet in Stockholm.
  • Link: https://dukedance.wufoo.com/forms/r7tdbuk119vpv0/
  • Topical Areas: Main, Masterclass
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.How HIT Happens: a tale of PF4, complement and B-cells
  • Location: Duke North, Room 2002 , Duke University Hospital
  • Contact: Zuiker, Anton
  • Description: Medicine Research Seminar Series 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. Arepally is an associate professor of medicine (Hematology) and pathology.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Health_Wellness, Local
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Meet the Artist & Sales Event at Duke Clinic Exhibit: "25-year Hand-Made Book Series Continues..." Paintings & Books by Emily Eve Weinstein
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Meet the Artist and Sales Event At Duke Clinic's Morrison Exhibit Space, near Clinic 1D in the Duke Clinics Building, from noon - 2 pm. Portrait artist and muralist, Emily Eve Weinstein has had a prolific career as a painter for over 30 years. "Having worked as an artist my entire life, for just over a decade now I have put commissions on the back burner. Getting married at age 54 and coordinating the entire wedding, a daunting task; I declared if I survived I would do a project that documented my next 25 years: hence, the 25-year Handmade Book series. So far Volumes I through VI are completed, following the twist and turns of a life in the arts and every piece of art made within each perspective year. The series has really helped me to focus and encourages painting that follows my visual interests. This exhibit represents mostly the last four years and discovering beloved subjects. Every work in this exhibit is published in either a manufactured book or the 25-year Handmade Book series." ~ Emily Eve Weinstein For more information about Emily and her work go to Weinsteinart.com
  • Link: http://artsandhealth.duke.edu/programs/visual-arts/current-exhibits
  • Topical Areas: Main, Exhibit, Health_Wellness, Lecture_Talk, Entrepreneurship
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.VFF: Lies, Damn Lies & Statistics - What Deceptive Data Stories Teach Us About Information Visualization
  • Location: LSRC D106
  • Contact: Zoss, Angela
  • Description: As the process of transforming data and its understanding into compelling form, visualization enables us to observe, understand and make sense of information. In this sense, a visualization is a lot like a "map." But maps lie. Most lies are obvious, even useful, like the tiny skyscraper building that represents an entire city. Other lies are exaggerations, mere half-truths, and little white lies - as when some detail in the data is prioritized over others to provide us with a clearer, more readable representation. And then there's the third type of lie - deceptions, manipulations, the "whoppers." These are lies showing a bias (deliberate or subconscious). It's hard to see a lie unless you stare at it face-to-face. In our presentation, we will look at a few examples of creative, playful, even mischievous visualizations to see how manipulating data can teach information designers about what's going on behind the numbers.
  • Link: http://vis.duke.edu/FridayForum
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Blood Minerals: Investigative Reporting & Writing in Africa
  • Location: Old Chemistry 011
  • Contact: Robles, Natalie
  • Description: Join us for a discussion with author Christophe Boltanski about his recent book Minerais de sang: les esclaves du monde moderne (2014). Boltanski's investigation "traces" conflict minerals all the way from the Eastern Congo, where latter-day slaves labor in perilous pits, until they become an indispensable part of our slick cell phones and computers via the London Stock Metal Exchange, factories in Malaysia, and multinational companies. Penned as minutely as a police report, yet narrated as grippingly as a detective story, his book follows the twisted trails of cassiterite or coltan that lead to cynical profiteers, local warlords as well as powerful CEOs. Light lunch served.
  • Link: https://fsp.trinity.duke.edu/projects/blood-minerals-investigative-reporting-writing-africa
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Africa focus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUHS Pathology Grand Rounds
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Webinar, TBA
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUHS Pathology Grand Rounds
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Weekly Friday Noon Pathology Grand Rounds, Speakers as announced.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Local
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.DUHS Pathology Grand Rounds
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Pathology Grand Rounds features various speakers.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium, Lecture_Talk, Local
12:00 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Exploring Reconciliation Narratives Workshop
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: In this 4 hour session we will draw on Scripture, children's stories and other folk literature to understand how narratives shape our lives. Through a series of guided self-reflections, journal writing, and co-counseling exercises, participants will begin to uncover their own hidden and competing narratives of justice and reconciliation. Through a series of interactive exchanges with other participants and guided self-reflections, participants will become aware of the ways that Scripture, childhood stories, and personal and family narratives shape how they think about justice and reconciliation and also guide the performance of their identities. Registration is required.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk, Diversity/Inclusion, Ethics, Multicultural_Identity
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Med Elementary 3rd Grade Science Outreach
  • Location: Trent Semans Center for Health Education
  • Cost: Free
  • Contact: None
  • Description: DukeMed Elementary is a science outreach program run out of the School of Medicine to promote health and wellbeing among 3rd graders in the Durham area. The volunteer session is a 1 hour period where local 3rd graders come to the Trent Semans Center for Health Education at the School of Medicine and engage in science learning activities focused on learning the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal systems. There will be several sessions throughout the year with various elementary schools in the Durham area. Volunteers must complete a community health training at least 30 days prior to volunteering. For more information, please contact Nicole Dalal, the volunteer coordinator, at nhd6@duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Volunteer_Community_Service, Main
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Careers in Services Speaker Series: Working in the White House and the US Department of State
  • Location: Law School 4047
  • Contact: Malone, Dale
  • Description: Join us to learn about what it is like working in the White House and the US Department of State, specifically concerning the issues around Human Trafficking and National Security. We will be joined by Susan Coppedge, Ambassador-at-Large, Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons at the US Department of State and Amy Pope, Deputy Homeland Security Advisor and Deputy Assistant to the President at the National Security Council. Lunch will be provided but please bring your own beverage. Sponsored by the Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono, the National Security Law Society and the International Law Society. For more information, please contact Emily Sharples at sharples@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Local
12:45 PM - 2:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Jummah
  • Location: Gray 229 (York Reading Room)
  • Contact: Glenn, Kiah
  • 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 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 kiah.glenn@duke.edu All are welcome to attend and observe. After prayer services, the community gathers together to socialize over lunch offered by the Center for Muslim Life. Jummah is a wonderful way to catch up with friends and meet new members to the Duke Muslim community.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Religious_Spiritual
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Graduate Student Drop-In Advising
  • Location: None
  • Contact: None
  • Description: 15-minute sessions; first-come, first served. No appointment necessary. For graduate students enrolled in programs of the Duke Graduate School, Divinity School, Master's of Biostatistics and all Ph.D. students. Get documents reviewed (CV, resume, cover letter) and get answers to your quick questions by your Graduate Career Services team.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Training, Workshop_Short_Course
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Freestyle Friday: ReMix
  • Location: Mary Lou Williams Center
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Check us out each Friday for festive Freestyle Fridays in the Mary Lou! Each week will concentrate on a different theme in Black culture through music, food, and fellowship.
  • Topical Areas: Student, Main, Announcement
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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  • Location: Perkins Library
  • Contact: Hoeffler, Rebecca
  • Description: Want to learn more about sustainability at Duke? Interested in the Green Grant Fund, our Certification Program, or volunteer opportunities? Come by and talk to Sustainable Duke Program Coordinator Rebecca Hoeffler to learn more! Look for the Green Devil at the Perk on Fridays from 1-4pm.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Sustainability
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Duke Law Wellness: Duke Chapel Tour and Tower Climb
  • Location: See description
  • Contact: See description
  • Description: Take a break from studying and take a tour of Duke's most well-known landmark, the Chapel! Afterwards we will also climb the tower and have the opportunity to see out over campus. Sponsored by the Office of Student Affairs. Space is limited, please RSVP to Leigh Marquess at leigh.marquess@law.duke.edu.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Health_Wellness, Local
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Spotlight Speaker
  • Location: Page Auditorium
  • Contact: None
  • Description: From personal passions to professional paths, members of the Duke community seek and support their interests in a variety of ways and share why they make a point to do so. Presented as part of the Duke Alumni Forever Learning program.
  • Topical Areas: Main, Lecture_Talk
3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Interfacing Individual Molecules and Nanofabrication
  • Location: Teer 203
  • Contact: None
  • Description: Conventional top-down nanofabrication, over the last six decades, has enabled almost all the complex electronic and optical devices around us. Parallely, bottom-up self-assembly processes within natural inorganic/organic nanostructures have also been studied extensively since they enable structures with properties unattainable by any top-down method. While both these fields have independently matured, ongoing efforts to create hybrid nanostructures by combining the two has been fraught with technical challenges. The main roadblock is the absence of a scalable method to precisely organize components built bottom-up within top-down nanofabricated devices. This talk will introduce a lithographically directed self-assembly technique as a possible solution to the aforementioned roadblock. The method primarily involves utilizing DNA origami, a technique to create arbitrary 2/3D DNA nanoparticles, as a modular adaptor to bridge the molecular and lithographic length scale. Additionally, as a proof of principle, the technique is used to organize discrete light emitters inside nanofabricated photonic crystal cavities (PCCs) for measuring as well as precisely controlling the optical properties of the PCCs. Lastly, new devices enabled by this technique will be discussed. The first is designed to study superradiant interaction between discrete rare earth ions embedded within a single optical resonator and the second enables highly multiplexed study of individual biomolecules.
  • Topical Areas: Lecture_Talk, Main, Technology
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  • DownloadAdd to MyCalendarAdd to FacebookAdd to Google CalendarShare This - must be configured explicitly for your site.Roberto Fumagalli, University of Bayreuth
  • Location: West Duke 202
  • Contact: Olds, Lisa
  • Description: "Eliminating 'Life Worth Living'" This article argues for the elimination of the concept of life worth living from philosophical vocabulary on three complementary grounds. First, the basic components of this concept suffer from multiple ambiguities, which hamper attempts to ground informative evaluative and classificatory judgments about the worth of life. Second, the criteria proposed to track the extension of the concept of life worth living rest on unsupported axiological assumptions and fail to identify precise and plausible referents for this concept. And third, the concept of life worth living does not serve any major evaluative or classificatory purpose besides those served by already available axiological concepts. By eliminating the concept of life worth living, philosophers will free themselves of the task of addressing ill-posed axiological questions and ground reflection about the worth of life on more rigorous conceptual foundations.
  • Link: http://personal.lse.ac.uk/fumagall/Profile%20Picture%20RF.png
  • Topical Areas: Main, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
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  • 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.whitesell@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, Lecture_Talk, Panel_Seminar_Colloquium
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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