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Cyan DeVeaux

Hey everyone!

My name is Cyan and I am currently a freshman here at Duke. I’m from New York so I’m a bit far from home, but my experiences at Duke make it worth the travel. What I really love about my school, and part of my decision to come here, had to do with all of the opportunities that are offered. I came here telling myself to take advantage of the resources that I have while I can.

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Jenny Sloop Johnson, M.Ed., Associate Director, Career Services, Duke Engineering Masters Programs
Fred Humiston taught a case interviewing workshop at Duke for Engineering Masters students this month. His workshops are always highly appreciated and well attended so I wanted to share via video.

In this workshop, Fred teaches  the analytical tools necessary to successfully tackle business cases and business problems in general. Fred's goal is to provide a superior case preparation experience that stands out for its clarity and effectiveness. These sessions are very valuable regardless of functions and industries that interest you, not just consulting, where business case interviews are most commonly used. 

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Center for Multicultural Affairs

Thumbnail As the Center for Multicultural Affairs celebrates its 45th Anniversary this year, it is important to acknowledge that the center has come a long way with the support of students. 

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Phoebe Kiburi

Thumbnail Kazakhstan is a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic which extends from the Caspian Sea in the west to the Altai Mountains at its eastern border with China and Russia.

Its largest metropolis, Almaty, is a long-standing trading hub whose landmarks include Ascension Cathedral, and the Central State Museum of Kazakhstan, displaying thousands of Kazakh artifacts.Other significant cities include Astana, its capital and Shymkent, the capital of the southern region.

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Ilana Weisman

My name is Allison Braithwaite, I’m from Toronto, Ontario (Canada) and I study biomedical engineering and electrical and computer engineering. I spend a lot of time doing engineering, and one of my main outlets is interior decorating my apartment solely in purple and green furniture. Thumbnail

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Women's Center

Thumbnail Nominations are open for the 2017 WomC Awards in the following categories: 

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Thumbnail Contributed by Christina Plante
Assistant Director, Duke Career Center
Lead on First-Year, Sophomore Initiative

Feature    |    Investigate Options    |    Career Events  
Experiential Opportunities    |    Employer Corner

 

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How do I build my Board of Directors?

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Phoebe Kiburi

Thumbnail Australia, is a country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands.

 

It is the world's sixth-largest country by total area. The neighboring countries are Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and East Timor to the north; the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu to the north-east; and New Zealand to the south-east. Australia's capital is Canberra, and its largest urban area is Sydney.

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Alexandria Miller

What a great semester it has been so far! The Polished Pebbles mentorship program at Duke University kicked off this year with a wonderful group of women of color spanning all four years at Duke and from a variety of backgrounds, all coming together with one purpose in mind—success at Duke and beyond. In collaboration with the Duke Women’s Center, we were welcomed to this year’s cohort with a networking event featuring food from all of our cultural backgrounds.

Find out more about the Polished Pebbles experience.

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The calendar says winter, but at Jewish Life at Duke we’re already thinking spring. Jewish Life at Duke’s annual Birthright Israel trip begins on May 17 and recruitment is already under way.
 

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