Faculty & Staff

  • Queering Duke History

    The story of LGBTQ life at Duke University is intrinsically linked with the historical path of the University. Celebrate with us throughout the Fall!


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  • Zagster

    Bike-share Program Comes to Duke!


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  • 9/18 Marketplace Event

    Join us for an extraordinary culinary event where we will showcase historically subnatured foods from Senegal & the Carolina Low Country including various delicacies, stinky-good cheeses & Cafe Insectica, where a variety of foods include insects as the main ingredient!

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  • Passport To Penn Pavilion

    Passport to Penn is back! Pick up your FREE passport at Penn beginning 9/1, purchase an entree from each venue, receive a stamp and turn in your completed passport by 9/30 to be eligible for the drawing!

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  • Cafe Edens

    Cafe Edens (formerly known as Pitchfork Provisions) is now open at McClendon Tower! New name, new look, same great menu!

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Student Affairs works with faculty and staff throughout the university to provide a world-class living/learning experience at Duke. We encourage our faculty and staff colleagues to take advantage of the opportunities to engage with students and access resources we provide as needed. Contact one of our offices, or email Student Affairs if you have any questions.

Have You Heard?

Sep 07, 2014

In the past few days, news of a recent study praising the health benefits of a low-carb diet has spread like wildfire through headlines and across the Internet.  Good Morning America featured a segment entitled, “Low-Carb May Trump Low-Fat in Diet Wars” and urged listeners to “back away fro

Sep 02, 2014

Hey Dukies! I'm back in the Dirty D and it feels so good. As one of the few juniors who has remained in Durham for the Fall, I have to say that I'm pumped to be part of the elite few who elected for “Duke in Durham” this semester.

This past summer, I lived in rural Nepal for 3 months working for the United Nations. Though Duke was instrumental in giving me that experience, the experience itself was largely Duke-less. I woke up most mornings wondering how I, on my own, was going to navigate the inevitable adventures of the day.