Donna Kostyu

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As an academic dean, I support students who live or did live in Alspaugh House. I am the administrative liaison for Classical Studies, Earth & Ocean Sciences, Environmental Sciences & Policy certificate; the Energy & the Environment Certificate, and the Marine Science and Conservation Leadership certificate. I also oversee the entrance, advising and oversight of transfer students, and advise students interested in health careers. I am the editor of the Trinity Academic Requirements.

Minna Ng

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As Academic Dean, I support students who live or did live in Brown residence hall and first-year and seniors in Gilbert Addoms. I am the faculty director of the Washington Duke Scholars program, and am the adminstrative liaison for biology, linguistics, neuroscience and the Study of Ethics certificate. I also teach in Duke's Undergraduate Neuroscience program.

Community

Last updated: June 29, 2016

Community

Communities come in all shapes and sizes. Durham has many tightly knit local communities and provides a welcoming reception to people of many different backgrounds and orientations. Whatever your interests, there is a group with whom you can share your time.

Eat and Drink

Last updated: June 29, 2016

Eat and Drink

The Triangle, and Durham specifically, have a fantastic number of interesting restaurants. Durham/Chapel Hill was named America’s Foodiest Small Town by Bon Appétit Magazine. The region has an abundance of restaurants specializing in short seasonal menus.

Sports and Culture

Last updated: June 29, 2016

Sports and Culture

Whether you are in the mood to admire, applaud, or cheer, the Triangle offers a wide variety of outstanding opportunities.

From intense college basketball and football rivalries to the regions professional hockey team and minor league baseball team and iconic stadium, sports is a strong part of our culture.

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