join the flow
Interested at being at the forefront of developing Duke’s first undergraduate publication on reproductive health and wellness? The FLOW team is looking for students like you! The FLOW is a Duke student-run publication covering the stories behind reproductive health and wellness, through art, writing, and academic research. Nikki Mahendru T’22 along with Mimi Goldstein T ’23, have been thinking through the best way to highlight all the amazing work that is done across Duke in labs, organizations, and the many others that are involved in the reproductive health space and figured that creating an interdisciplinary magazine x academic journal publication is the best way to bring undergraduates together for this common cause.
The FLOW team is looking for students to join their executive director team, with role expectations descriptions attached in the publication proposal, alongside their mission statement. Additionally, below is the Qualtrics application link to apply to the positions that are available:
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Working group for maternal, sexual, and reproductive health
The Student Advisory Board for the Center for Global Reproductive Health is organizing a working group for people working in Maternal, Sexual, and Reproductive Health. The group will serve as a space for students, faculty, and staff to learn about others doing similar work, and will help provide people will resources and mentorship in the field. If you have questions, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Student advisory board
The Center for Global Reproductive Health is looking for dedicated undergraduate and graduate students who are passionate and interested in learning more about global reproductive health to lead various aspects of a year-long project aimed at raising awareness and sparking academic collaborations around Duke and in the larger community. This team of student advisers will work in coordination with core Faculty and staff at the Center for Global Reproductive Health within DGHI to increase student and public engagement with the Center. Contact Aarushi Venkatakrishnan if you are interested.
Undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff interested in global maternal and reproductive health are invited to join our quarterly journal club meeting. For more details, contact Kelly.Hunter@duke.edu.