You can improve the learning and research environment for Duke undergraduates while gaining valuable experience as a member of a selective advisory board for a large, nationally recognized non-profit organization.
By serving on the Duke University Libraries Undergraduate Advisory Board.
The Undergraduate Advisory Board will meet every week between late September and mid-November (weekday afternoons or evenings, less than an hour per meeting) and will advise library staff on all aspects of Duke University Libraries. Possible topics include study spaces and group study rooms, equipment made available for students in the Libraries, integrating library services and resources into courses courses and Sakai, and marketing library services to students. Meetings will include lunch or dinner, depending on the time of the meeting.
Apply to be a member of (or nominate a student for consideration for) the 2012-2013 Undergraduate Advisory Board by September 9, 2012. Members will be selected and notified by mid-September, and the group will begin meeting by late September. This board will include sophomores, juniors and seniors, while the First Year Advisory Board will be composed of first-year students.
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