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TUE 9/16 - Global Education Fair
Explore Duke’s study-away options with program directors and participants.
WED 9/17 - Duke Kunshan Global Semester Abroad Info Session
Considering study abroad in China? DKU has opened and Duke faculty and students will share experiences and answer questions.
THU 9/18 - Opening Event for Nasher's New Blockbuster Miró Exhibit
7PM talk by modern art curator with reception following.
THU 9/18 - Innovation Starts Here: Student Opportunities in I&E
It's Entrepreneurship Week! Of special interest: Gross Hall at 4:30PM with music, BBQ, and conversations with Duke's start-up community.
FRI 9/19 - Chalk Talk with Coach Cutcliffe
Join the coach for game strategy and give-aways at noon in Penn Pavilion.
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Construction projects at Duke are changing the campus landscape. The short term headaches will soon be forgotten when the current projects are completed.
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Live Jazz at the Mary Lou
Weekly Jazz Wednesdays add music to study sessions and coworker meetups
John Brown perched on a stool, his fingers flying across the thick strings of his bass. He closed his eyes as the drums, piano and trumpet conversed with each other, taking turns carrying the melody.
Across the room at Duke’s Mary Lou Williams Center for Black Culture, students studied notes on laptops and visitors watched the jazz ensemble, bobbing their heads to the beat. The tradition of “Jazz @ the Mary Lou” is 10 years old, and Brown, director of the Duke Jazz Program, brings different musicians to the center every Wednesday evening, from professional performers to up-and-coming high school students.