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The Division of Student Affairs is critically engaged in all aspects of students’ lives and collaborates with students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents, and many others in the delivery of key services and support to students and all whom the Division serves.
Student Affairs provides programs and services that support the optimal growth of Duke students, enhance their intellectual, social, cultural and physical development, and complement Duke’s academic excellence by providing opportunities for students to experience education and explore interests beyond the classroom.
Our programs address the whole of student life--intellectual, social, cultural, and physical--to provide the tools and knowledge necessary to succeed at Duke, and in life. We provide opportunities to lead, to engage diverse perspectives, to become good citizens, to embrace healthy lifestyles, to envision meaningful career paths, and much more.
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A new glass entry element is being created at the Bryan Center’s plaza entry. The design will make the entry to the Bryan Center from the plaza more coherent with other recent and planned building projects in the BC neighborhood. The entry will be constructed of materials in harmony with neighboring buildings, and will make entering and exiting the BC and easier and pleasing experience through improved traffic flow.
The increased vertical scale of the new entry will provide greater visibility to aid navigation, and will blur the threshold between the natural exterior landscape and the built interior environment. Integrated lighting will crate a soft, inviting beacon during the night.
Students and other Bryan Center visitors can still enter the building from the Plaza level through the Bookstore, or through the entry along the Chapel side of the building, near the traffic circle.
The project is expected to be completed late spring 2015.
Career Center Blog
Career Center contributes to this community of learning by engaging students and alumni in an ongoing examination and pursuit of what is meaningful and valuable in their lives. The Career Center provides opportunities for individuals to explore the intersection of their education, values, goals, skills and experiences in order to identify and realize their aspirations.
To this end, the Career Center maintains a regular blog, with helpful information and insights from staff, alumni, students and others to help guide current students through the career thought process and provides actionable information to pursue personal career goals.
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THE SHORT LIST
Week's Top 5 Events & Deadlines from Duke Today Students
MON 3/2 - Annual Rudnick Lecture with Ambassador Thomas Pickering
Long-time US diplomat discusses "The Greater Middle East - Challenges and Opportunities." 5:30 PM in Sanford.
MON 3/2 - Blackburn Literary Festival Keynote with Poet Nikki Giovanni
The Archive, Duke's oldest literary magazine, welcomes keynote topic, "Diversity as Art: Art is Diversity." 7 PM in Nelson Music Room with book signing & refreshments.
TUE 3/3 - Duke Student Government Elections
President, Executive Vice President, and Student Organization Funding Committee Chair positions are up for election. Email with more info will come day of.
WED 3/4 - Duke Symphony Orchestra with Chia-Rui Chang, '18
Chang is the 2014-2015 Student Concerto Competition winner and will be performing a piano concerto with DSO. Free and in Baldwin at 8 PM.
FRI 3/6 - Deadline for Benenson Awards in the Arts
Grants average $1800 to fund fees, travel, etc. for arts-centered projects. Graduating seniors also eligible. Apps due by 11:59 PM.
Happy Spring Break, starting at 7 PM Friday!