First years, are you still looking for a something awesome to do this summer? Well, you are in luck, we have quite a few different ideas and resources to keep you preoccupied this summer and allow you the opportunity to grow and develop professionally!
As one of the most glamorous and exotic destinations in Asia, Hong Kong is a special administrative region located on the southern coast of the People Republic of China. The name Hong Kong translates into “fragrant harbor” traditionally due to the natural sweet water and the incense factories that would lie on the banks.
Occupied by the British and Japanese for a long time, it officially became independent in 1997 and is nowadays considered one of the most important financial centers and expensive cities with a GDP of 412 billion dollars. Hong Kong is also one of the most densely populated places on the planet with a characteristic architecture featuring Cantonese and colonial traditions.
You’re studying engineering–whether mechanical, biomedical, civil, chemical…the answer to that question has endless possibilities.
Did you know that Roush Fenway Racing’s NASCAR driver, Ryan Newman, graduated from Purdue University with a degree in mechanical engineering? While it wasn’t a direct line to his dream of becoming a race car driver, he is quoted in a Purdue College of Engineering News article “Educated racer” as saying, “Because of my schooling, I have a common language with the engineers on my team. We understand each other. So when we go to make a change on the race car, we are more likely to do it the right way the first time, and that definitely helps the entire team.”
Valentine’s Day at The Commons
Pre Fixe Dinner for Two
Thursday, February 14, 2019
$75 per couple
Make your reservations here
or call: 919-684-4618
All reservations must be received by February 12th at 5pm.
(choice of two)
Rwanda is a country in Central and East Africa and one of the smallest countries on the African mainland. Located a few degrees south of the Equator, Rwanda is bordered by Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Congo. Rwanda is in the African Great Lakes region and is highly elevated. Nicknamed “Land of a Thousand Hills,” its geography is dominated by mountains in the west and savanna to the east, with numerous lakes throughout the country.
Duke Dining and Jewish Life at Duke have collaborated to offer special events at the Freeman Center! Please see below for February's schedule:
Best Jewish Family Recipe Contest: 2/18-3/1
Submit your favorite Jewish family recipe between 2/18 and 3/1 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submissions will be reviewed and the winning recipes will be featured on the dinner menu at the Freeman Center!
Winners will be announced after Spring Break.
Beginning 2/12 the Freeman Center will be offering tacos once a month on Tuesdays!
Both roles use data, coding, business acumen, and statistics to answer business related questions from the huge amount of data available. The major differences between the roles is:
The way they apply the skills they have
The extent of technical knowledge and education they possess
Get to know your chefs and learn something new; Enjoy a bite of something good, too!
Celebrate National Chocolate Lovers' Month and chat with Marketplace Sous Chef Audrey Patterson while enjoying a taste of flourless chocolate cake with assorted fruit purees and sauces!
Hey Duke Students! Today, is a really exciting day for me. Not too long ago, I was feeling overwhelmed by the pressure of finding an internship in my small hometown, in order to eliminate the cost of living elsewhere. I felt forced to live at home and find work experience close by in order to eliminate extra living costs. But, a fellow co-worker of mine just informed me about the Duke Career Center Internship Funding Program!
The Dominican Republic is a nation on the island of Hispaniola, part of the Greater Antilles archipelago in the Caribbean region. The western third of the island is occupied by the nation of Haiti, making Hispaniola one of two Caribbean islands that are occupied by two countries.
Inhabited by Taínos since the seventh century, the territory of the Dominican Republic was reached by Christopher Columbus in 1492 and became the site of the first permanent European settlement in the Americas, namely Santo Domingo, the country's capital and Spain's first capital in the New World.