Due to the strenuous conditions that COVID-19 has placed upon the Duke community, we have compiled some resources that may be of use to all students. Click on the icons to find out more about each.
DSG is working with the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, Trinity Dean for Academic Affairs, and others to provide students with a seamless (and anonymous) avenue to communicate any academic class-related concerns, comments, or suggestions. This form will be monitored daily and only takes a few moments to fill out. Main uses include: recognizing a faculty member for going above and beyond during this time, communicating any difficulties you may have experienced with a class, and requesting academic accommodations given recent undergraduate events. An administrator will follow up with you too, if you'd like. Please click the icon above for more details, and don't hesitate to reach out to Shrey Majmudar (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or concerns.
On March 10, 2020, Duke University suspended all in-class learning indefinitely. Following an extended Spring Break that concluded on March 23, all classes will transition to online learning. This guide, developed by Duke Student Government’s Academic Affairs Committee—in collaboration with other student groups, campus organizations, administrators, and staff—serves to provide additional information on online courses and other academic resources available for students. For more information, click on the icon above. Questions about this guide or additional contributions may be sent to Manish Kumar at or Shrey Majmudar at email@example.com. Thanks!
Contributors: Manish Kumar, Shrey Majmudar, Catherine McMillan, Meghna Mahadevan, Jackson Kennedy, Dina Qiryaqoz, Chloe Schaefgen, Shreya Bhatia
The COVID-19 outbreak has been a stressful, trying ordeal for the Duke community. To facilitate access to mental health resources during COVID-19, Duke Student Government’s Academic Affairs Committee—in collaboration with other student groups and campus organizations—has developed this guide compiling information about online mental health resources available to Duke students. The guide contains resources such as emergency hotlines, COVID-19 wellness strategies, links to Duke resources, links to academic resources, resources for individuals with eating disorders, resources for LGBTQA+ students, and miscellaneous online resources (meditation, online therapy, ambient noise, games, etc.). For more information, click on the icon above. Questions about this guide or additional contributions may be sent to Cynthia Dong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take a bit of time out of your day and write a few short notes to someone you do not engage with regularly, but who has had a positive impact on your life (even if they just made you smile), and made you feel part of the Duke Community! Together we are One Duke family. For more information, click on the icon above.
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