GPSG

GPSG

**COVID-19 Update: Various student support services that we offer have modified operations during this time. **

The Graduate and Professional Student Government of Duke University is the umbrella student government organization for Duke’s nine graduate and professional schools.

Every graduate and professional student is automatically a member of the GPSG. GPSG serves as a liaison to the Duke administration and hosts a variety of social networking events open to all graduate and professional students.

2 weeks ago

Duke GPSG
The Graduate School and the Society of Duke Fellows invite you to participate in the ninth annual Duke GRADx talks, an event showcasing graduate research. GRADx will take place virtually Friday, March 26th from 4:00-6:00 pm during the annual Graduate Student Appreciation Week.Graduate students are invited to share their research in a fast-paced and engaging format inspired by TED and TEDx talks. Rather than showcasing finished projects, we ask presenters to share a defining question that they are driven to investigate or explore further. Presenters are challenged to communicate their ideas in a clear, visually appealing way that is understandable to a broad audience in the short time frame of 5-6 minutes. Abstracts should be submitted here: forms.gle/q7tcDE7iU3aTWkYb6The deadline for abstract submission is Monday, March 1st at 5:00 pm. Please visit our website, sites.duke.edu/gradx/, for additional information. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Duke GPSG
Graduate and Professional Students, the Duke University Libraries wants to hear from you - $5 in exchange for 15 min of your time! Join library staff for a short Zoom call to share your thoughts about searching for online articles using the Duke University Libraries website. Haven’t used the library website to find articles? We’re interested in hearing from you, too! Complete this short form, ow.ly/tlT750DH9fF, and we’ll set up a 15-min session at a time that works for you in the next 2-3 weeks. Help us improve the library, and earn a $5 Amazon gift card while you're at it! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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NYC-based artist Telvin Wallace will discuss his recent work and his emerging career as an interdisciplinary artist. Moderated by Durham-based artist William Paul Thomas. artscenter.duke.edu/event/in-conversation-telvin-wallace/ ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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Learn about startup organizations and connect with representatives who will bring experience, advice and opportunities to students seeking internships and full-time jobs.entrepreneurship.duke.edu/startupconnect/ ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Duke GPSG
We ourselves, I think, built unsustainable companies by maximizing profit.” - Jeff Ubben T’83Duke Impact Investing Group (DIIG) is incredibly excited to partner with Duke Trustee Jeff Ubben, in a fireside Q&A conversation with Duke Student Government President Tommy Hessel (T’21). After founding a $16 billion hedge fund, Mr. Ubben left his prestigious position at Value Act Capital to pursue high-impact social and environmental investing. He has served on the Board of Directors of over 15 public companies, including Twenty-First Century Fox, AES Corporation, and Gartner Group, is a contributing member of the World Economic Forum, and now leads the Duke’s Climate Change and Sustainability Task Force. He will join us on Tuesday, February 23rd from 5-6PM ET. Spots are filling up quickly -- register to reserve yours at bit.ly/JeffUbben. This conversation will not be recorded. For more of Mr. Ubben’s thoughts on capitalism, click here: www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-09-17/a-capitalist-repents-jeff-ubben-is-out-to-make-things-... ... See MoreSee Less
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