How I’ve made the most of my Duke experience
Even before I stepped on Duke’s campus, I had been determined to explore Duke’s academic opportunities. I have taken courses in Statistics, Computer Science, Public Policy, Cultural Anthropology, Music, Global Health, and Biology. Additionally, with the help of my amazing peer advisor Katie Taylor, I was made aware of the Academic Advising network and have taken advantage of it. In terms of my extracurricular activities, I have explored Duke clubs and organizations. Most importantly, I have made the effort to interact with the diverse, dynamic, and compassionate members of the Duke community.
What I value
Faith, Family, Friends, a diverse and dynamic and supportive community, people, relationships, the Duke community.
Where I see myself after Duke
I am not very sure at this point. Hopefully, I will be interning somewhere or attending graduate school of some sort.
How I like to spend my free time
Intramural sports, hanging out with friends, playing the piano, exploring Duke’s campus and the greater Durham area, attending Duke athletic events, etc.
My favorite classes at Duke
- PUBPOL 207 — Development and Africa w/ Charles Piot
- STAT 101 w/ Travis Abrahamsen
- HOUSECS 59 — TOPIC: Tools for Financial Coaching
Resources I love to use at Duke
- Professor's Office Hours
- Career Center
- Academic Advising Center (DAEs, Academic Deans, etc.)
- All Duke Facebook Page
- Wellness Center
- Duke Africa
- Amandla African Choir
- Brownstone SLG
- Community Empowerment Fund
- Brownstone Community Service Co-chair
- Duke Authenticity Project