Join us for our next "Chew on This" event where we will talk about whole grains and why we need carbs. Enjoy a sampling of a variety of whole grain dishes, too!
Did you know that boosting your daily intake of whole grains can have a beneficial effect on blood pressure and cholesterol levels? Whole grains are complex carbohydrates that offer more than just fiber including B vitamins, selenium, vitamin E, copper, iron, zinc, magnesium and antioxidants.
STUDENTS: You asked so we are delivering! Join us for BRINNER (Breakfast for Dinner) at Marketplace!
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Buttermilk Pancakes, cooked at the station Blueberry Compote Pork Sausage Links Veggie Sausage Tater Tots, cooked at the station Warm Syrup Strawberry Topping, Smart Balance, Whipped Topping, Powdered Sugar
Made To Order Waffles Warm Syrup Strawberry Topping, Blueberry Topping, Whipped Topping Smart Balance, Powdered Sugar
MARCH MADNESS THEMED DINNER
-Barbecue Pork Spare Ribs (contains wheat)
-Fried Shrimp (contains wheat, Shellfish)
-Cocktail Sauce (GF, (V+)
-Roasted Rotisserie Style Chicken (GF)
-Baked Beans (V+, GF)
-Corn on the Cob (V+, GF)
-Creamy Mashed Potatoes (contains milk, GF, V)
-Braised Collard Greens with Smoked Turkey (GF)
-Sweet Southern Corn Bread (contains eggs, soy, milk, wheat, V)
The majority of us have this bitter sweet feeling when we know we have an upcoming interview. The excitement and joy knowing that we are moving one step
forward in the hiring process and then the anxiety of the actual interview. What should I do? What should I not do? Those are the questions that are sometimes left unanswered. The Career Center hosted a Practice Interview Day in January, we actually host the event once in the fall and once in the spring semester, and an overwhelming amount of the feedback from students was that you would like a general do’s and don’ts list for interviewing.
So you’re thinking of studying abroad in the fall, but you’re not sure what that means for recruitment season. It will definitely affect your ability to attend info sessions, connect directly with employers on campus, and manage in-person interview requests . . . but it’s totally do-able and with some preparation and planning, can be a success!
Join for us for FAT TUESDAY and celebrate Mardi Gras at Marketplace!
The Durham Market venue will offer the following menu on Tuesday, March 5th:
MARDI GRAS MENU AT DURHAM MARKET
Carved Cajun Spiced Turkey Breast (gf)
Red Eye Gravy (wheat) (contains pork)
Chicken and Sausage Gumbo (wheat) (garlic)
Shrimp Etouffee (wheat) (shellfish) (garlic)
Fried Okra (wheat) (v+)
Nawlin’s Red Beans (gf) (smoked turkey meat, garlic)
Rice (gf) (v+)
Cajun Maque Choux (gf) (v+)
Creole Style Green beans (gf) (v+)
The Bahamas, known officially as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, is a country within the Lucayan Archipelago. The archipelagic state consists of more than 700 islands, cays, and islets in the Atlantic Ocean, and is located north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic), northwest of the Turks and Caicos Islands, southeast of Florida, and east of the Florida Keys. The capital is Nassau on the island of New Providence. The Bahamas became an independent Commonwealth Realm in 1973.
It is also one of the richest countries in the Americas (following the United States and Canada), with an economy based on tourism and finance.
Employers regularly come to Duke to recruit graduate and undergraduate students. The Career Center helps these employers to host interviews, career fairs, and info sessions. But many employers rely on their usual marketing materials to promote their organizations as a great place to work. It can be difficult to make a connection with alums and other professionals who come to campus, and much of the company information shared can be found online. Plus, students may leave these sessions without much more knowledge about what careers in this field look like and what skills they need to get there.
Hey Duke Students!
As students at a top notch research institution, there is so much pressure to “find your passion” and solidify an area of study. Duke is a pressure cooker for putting students on elite career paths and sometimes it can feel like we’re all in a mad dash to find a major that will lead to an internship that will lead to a job. In order to do this, students often rush to decide on a course of study without really taking the time to find that passion that they so desperately seek.