November 16, 2020

Team SSRI,

Week 36.

Let’s start this week off with an amazing video. Back in the ’60s, Marta González was a New York City Ballet dancer. Despite developing Alzheimer’s later in life, she never forgot her Swan Lake routine. This video will give you all the feels. I’m not crying. You’re crying.

With so many people working and schooling fr0m home, online riddles have become a thing (or so I have been told).
Solve the Riddle: There’s a one-story house in which everything is yellow. Yellow walls, yellow doors, yellow furniture. What color are the stairs?
Answer: There aren’t any steps—it’s a one-story house.

A huge thank you to everyone who joined the SSRI Lunch-n-Learn last week. I hope you have saved the date of December 2nd @ 12 :30 pm when we will watch and discuss “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man”. So no homework or planning ahead for this one. Just jump on the Zoom to join.

With the holidays upon us, it’s even more important to protect your mental health. Please remember to pace yourself and take breaks (from all forms of media).

Best,
Courtney

 

Newsy Stuff

Duke announces no fans at home events to begin winter sport seasons.

The IBRC wants to know how you and your child are coping with COVID-19. If your child attends elementary school in Durham, please consider taking their survey.

Tyson Brown delivered a prestigious Langford Lecture last week in which he shared research linking structural racism and health outcomes. “Dismantling structural racism…is important to improving health equity.”

Project ROUSE is still looking for SSRIers to join their survey on the impact of COVID-19. You can take their anonymous survey on their website.

Message on COVID-19 vaccines and the Duke community.

The Sarah P. Duke Gardens is closed to the public for the fall semester, but we don’t want you to miss out on the colors of the season.

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