In the most recent Journal of College Student Development publication (Volume 60, Number 5, September-October 2019), authors use student activist narratives to explore the role that power and identity on campuses can play in their efforts, the harm that can be done to already marginalized students, and the opportunities that exist for administrators to better support student activists.
From UCAE: Dear Campus Life Colleagues - Space reservations opened on October 1st for the new conference room (Bryan Center 109). The space can accommodate 18 and has integrated AV. Please visit https://eventservices.duke.edu/ to book the room.
From IHouse: In an effort to increase our access, reach, and interaction with the Duke Community, we have office hours on Wednesdays at the Marketplace (East Campus Union).
Hey, nice to meet you! Didn’t quite catch your name – who are you?
Call me ASCL! Sounds like Axel J. My full name is Assessment in Campus Life.
So, tell me a bit about how things have been!
Well, it’s my second year and I’m really excited. I’ve known about the breadth of amazing work that’s done in Campus Life, but being immersed in it has been eye-opening! My first year was a lot of information gathering, creating resources, and consulting; ending with Campus Life annual reports. Everyone’s been super welcoming, and I’m still learning new things constantly.
I am doing a lot of work assisting first-year students in making the most of the Career Center and put together this list of some important things that many students wish they knew in their first year at Duke.
Whether you are a first year or not, this is important information for you.
As we start a new year and the student engagement team builds a new staff, I am thinking a lot about transition. Transition is a positive thing, it means that we are bringing new energy and new ideas into our staff. It’s scary, because leaders & friends on the team have transitioned out, and new ones are coming, but when I think a little deeper about this, I get excit
I recently had a conversation with Taryn, a hiring manager at Voalte (acquired by Hillrom). Check out what she had to say about exploring careers and the company culture at Hillrom, as well as their Diversity and Inclusion initiatives, and advice to students.
Dear Duke families,
Duke Student Government (DSG) serves as the liaison between students and the Duke administration. To best fulfill our role, DSG partners with students and student groups to collaboratively raise concerns to the administration. Simultaneously, DSG aims to help the administration improve transparency and communication to the student body.
Our Student Senate is comprised of five committees: Academic Affairs, Campus Life, Durham and Regional Affairs, Equity and Outreach, and Services and Sustainability. Each of these groups aim to improve our university and the student experience, and go hand in hand with many of the goals identified in President Price’s strategic framework.
Duke Dining Introduces a New Sustainability Certification Program
I first joined the Career Ambassador (CA) Team at the Career Center as a rising sophomore that really marked the beginning of my career development journey at Duke. I came across someone tabling for CA application in front of marketplace during freshman spring semester and out of whim, I applied and was later accepted as a CA.