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Your Questions About Sexual Misconduct Answered

What: Q&A Session with the Experts
When: Monday, February 22, 5 pm
Where: LSRC A247
FREE DINNER!

Love Yourself: A workshop on self-compassion

Dr. Holly Rogers and Jennie Dickson from Duke CAPS will join us to talk about being kinder to ourselves! Bring your own lunch--dessert will be provided.

February 17th
11:45-1
Languages 211

Using DukeReach to Report Concerning Behavior

Learn how to use DukeReach to report concerning behavior of members of the Duke community. Dr. Christine Pesetski, Assistant Dean of Students, will present DukeReach and field your questions. Dinner provided.
When: Wednesday, February 3, 5:30-7 pm
Where: 125 Hudson Hall

WiSE Diversity Panel

Join WiSE for a Panel Discussion on Diversity in Higher Education!

What: Duke Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) is hosting a panel discussion about facing the challenges of achieving diversity and supporting underrepresented minorities in STEM fields. The event features a panel of some of the foremost leaders and proponents of diversity at Duke.

Panelists:
· Seun Bello Olamosu, Associate Director for Intercultural Development and Outreach at the International House
· Valerie Ashby, Dean of Trinity College

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