Upcoming Events

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Join Duke Career Center at the Gap Year Alumni Panel Discussion

7:00 to 8:00pm, Thursday, March 31, BioSci 111

Registration required at https://goo.gl/nTQgcA

Thinking about taking a gap year (or two) between undergrad and professional/graduate school? Wondering what other Duke students have done for their gap year experiences? Wish you knew someone who had taken a gap year(s) so you could ask them what their experience was like? If you answer ‘yes’ to one or more of these questions, make plans to attend a panel discussion to hear from these current professional/graduate school students about their gap year experiences:

• Jania Arcia Ramos, MS1, T’14
• Julie Rivo, MS2, T’13
• Vinayak Venkataraman, MS3
• Steven Marinero, Neurobiology PhD program
• Josh Rivenbark, MD/PhD candidate
• Phil Tseng, MD/MBA candidate

Contact Cindy Broderius <cynthia.broderius@duke.edu> with questions.

Log in with your NET ID at MUSER site to apply for RESEARCH LAB POSITION in the Sciences and Engineering at Duke!

Deadline for all projects is April 8 (starting from March 28)

The sooner you apply, the better chance you get accepted to your favorite project!

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MON, 3/28, 7PM, Social Sci 124

Join representatives from several Science Journal Publication Boards to learn about HOW TO GET PUBLISHED as an undergrad!

Face-to-Face interaction with the Editors may enhance your chance of getting your paper published!

ENZO’S will be provided!

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Research Chalk Talk


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    • January 6, 2016 at 1:28 pm

      Hello there,

      We appreciate your feedback, and will take it into consideration.

      Happy New Years!


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