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This Week (5/20-5/26)

1. Duke Graduate Finance Club Trading Game

2. Smoking Cessation Talk

3. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Wine Tasting

4. Anytown, USA Student Film Screenings

Next Week (5/27-6/02)

5. Professor Diablo's True Revue VI: "Lost and Found"

6. KORU: Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation

7. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Dinner and a Movie

Accepting Applications NOW:

8. Orange County Rape Crisis Center seeks Community Educators

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Classy Colleagues,
"Summer Days Nasher Nights" is swinging into FULL GEAR with weekly events at the Nasher Museum! Don't miss this opportunity to spend some quality time with your classy classmates and enjoy a glass of wine or a free movie. Remember, the Nasher Museum is always free with your Duke ID. Keep your mind open and learn something new!
And as always, keep on ROCKING!!!
Fumiko Chino

This Week (5/20-5/26)

1. 2013 Summer Duke Graduate Finance Club Trading Game
When: Starting Mon, May 20th: 9:00AM; Ending August 16th: 4:00PM
Location: Register and Get Started HERE.
Cost: FREE
Contact: Duke Graduate Finance Club
Duke Graduate Finance Club is hosting a stock-trading game for all Duke graduate/professional students. The game will span for 3 month over the online virtual trading platform Marketwatch. Participants are provided a fixed amount of virtual money on the first day, and pursue long and short stocks in the US market on a semi-real time basis during market hours only. At the end of the competition the portfolio values of each participant is ranked. Gift cards from Duke University stores will be awarded to the top 3 winners.

2. Talk: "Personalized and Adaptive Approaches to Smoking Cessation Treatment"
When: Thurs, May 23rd: 12:00-1:00PM
Location: Duke North, Room 2002
Cost: FREE
Contact: Mae Burks
Dr. Rose is the Director of the Duke Center for Smoking Cessation and a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University Medical Center. Under his direction, the Center is focusing on personalized and adaptive treatment approaches, in which genomic and phenotypic markers are used to tailor treatment to the individual smoker, and the initial treatment can be modified based on early indicators of therapeutic outcome.

3. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Wine Tasting
When: Thurs, May 23rd: 6:00-7:00PM
Location: Nasher Museum of Art
Cost: $5
Contact: Wendy Hower Livingston
Enjoy live music, guest chefs, book discussions, wine tastings, movie nights and more, every Thursday evening and occasional Sunday afternoons. For complete details, please visit our website: Presented by Parker and Otis. This week's event is a Wine Tasting. Cost is $5.

4. Anytown, USA student film screenings
When: Fri, May 24th: 7:00PM
Location: American Tobacco Campus - Power Plant: Full Frame Theater
Cost: FREE
Contact: Marc Maximov
Film screenings by continuing ed students in Anytown, USA, a documentary video production and editing class at the Center for Documentary Studies. Anytown, USA students produce and edit videos related to a small town in North Carolina. This year's class, taught by filmmaker Randolph Benson, focused on the town of Scotland Neck, and each of the students created a short film on a topic of their choice.

Next Week (5/27-6/02)

5. Professor Diablo's True Revue VI: "Lost and Found"
When: Tues, May 28th: 8:00PM
Location: Casbah (1007 West Main)
Cost: $7 in advance, $10 at the door. Buy advance tickets HERE.
Contact: Duncan Murrell
Following five full house performances since its launch in the spring of 2012, the collaborative performance series Professor Diablo's True Revue returns to the Durham, NC, club CASBAH to dig through arrowheads, love, and weather stations in a one-time event that explores the theme of "Lost and Found." Co-presented by the Center for Documentary Studies and the Hinge Literary Center, the series showcases writers, musicians, visual artists, actors, dancers and other artists who make use of documentary ideas, methods and impulses in the creation of their art. "Lost and Found" features biologist and artist Courtney Fitzpatrick, songwriter/musician Melissa Swingle, photographer Leah Sobsey, and interdisciplinary artist Jane D. Marsching.

6. KORU: Introduction to Mindfulness and Meditation
When: Starts this WEEK! Wed, 12:30- 1:45PM (May 29, June 5, June 12, and June 19)
Location: 217 Page Building (at CAPS)
RSVP: Registration Required HERE
Cost: FREE for Duke Students
Contact: Holly Rogers, MD
CAPS is offering it's popular Mindfulness and Meditation class this summer. The course, consisting of 4 classes, is designed to help you learn mindfulness through the practice of specific skills that calm and focus your mind; and through the practice of meditation. If you are feeling pressured and stressed, or just interested in learning a new skill that can enrich your life, these classes are for you!

7. Summer Days, Nasher Nights: Dinner and a Movie
When: Thurs, May 30th: 5:00-7:00PM, Movie at 7:00PM
Location: Nasher Museum of Art
Cost: Movie is FREE.
Contact: Wendy Hower Livingston
In a Dream (Jeremiah Zagar, 2008, 80 min, USA, in English, Color DVD). 2008 Full Frame Emerging Artist Award and 2008 SXSW Audience Award Winner. Free film at 7 PM in the lecture hall. Dinner patrons enjoy ample parking, two-course dinner specials and reserved film seating. Dinner reservations recommended (5PM or 5:30PM) online or call 919-684-6032.

Accepting Applications Now (Volunteer Opportunity):

8. The Orange County Rape Crisis Center seeks Community Educators (Volunteer Education)
When: Accepting applications now. Training Starts Sat, August 10, and continues on Tuesday evenings and Saturdays through September 17
Location: 1506 E. Franklin Street, Suite 302, Chapel Hill, NC 27514
Contact: Alexis Kralic
Applications and screenings are required prior to starting training
The Orange County Rape Crisis Center seeks volunteers for its Community Education program. Community Educators (CEs) prevent sexual violence in our community by presenting educational programs to students in local schools. See our website for more information. Our training begins August 10 and the deadline for applications is July 29.

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