Free Flu Shots
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Duke employees share their do’s and don'ts while working in a shared spaceLearn more
Five Free, Fun Things at Duke in September
Visit a new Nasher exhibition, meet female Duke leaders, and moreLearn more
N.C. Pride, one of the oldest and largest annual celebrations in North Carolina for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ+) community, is returning to Duke’s East Campus on Sept. 24.
About 1,000 staff members at Duke will move from exempt (salaried) to non-exempt (hourly paid) positions and will become newly eligible for overtime effective Dec. 1, 2016.
Seven female deans at Duke recently discussed balancing work and life, important leadership qualities, overcoming self-doubt, and stereotypes of female and minority leaders.
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