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    Duke Community Panel

    Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 2:00 PM until 3:15 PMEastern Daylight Time

    Moderated by our admissions staff, Duke Community Panels are 75-minutes long and bring together current students, alumni, parents, faculty, and staff from across the Duke community to share their personal experiences, stories, and connections to Duke. This is your opportunity to learn more about why Duke is such an extraordinary place. 

    Please read more about our wonderful panelists below.
    - Antonio López, an alum (T’16) who majored in African & African American Studies and holds degrees from Duke University, Rutgers-Newark, and the University of Oxford. He is pursuing a PhD in Modern Thought and Literature at Stanford University. Antonio is a poetician working at the intersections of academia, poetry, and politics. He also serves as a district representative for State Senator Josh Becker (D-13).

     Catherine Consiglio, a current student double-majoring in Biomedical Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering. At Duke, Catherine is the Vice President for Outreach and Student Affairs for the Society of Women Engineers, on the Duke Women’s Club Soccer Team, a campus tour guide, a teaching assistant for a calculus course on campus, and an undergraduate researcher at the Center for Global Women’s Health Technologies.

    Phoebe Ducote, a current sophomore, is studying Public Policy with a minor in Education and a certificate in Child Policy Research. At Duke, Phoebe is involved in a variety of things relating to her major as well as her general interests. She is a Tour Guide, a Student Ambassador to the Admissions Office, a Social Media intern for DukeStudents (student run social media page!), member of Phi Alpha Delta Pre-Law Fraternity, committee member for Polis Student Committee, and involved in a Bass Connections research program focusing on Latinx kids in Durham.

    Dr. Liliana Paredes, a Professor of the Practice in the Department of Romance Studies. She obtained her PhD in Hispanic Linguistics from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Paredes is currently working in collaboration with colleagues in Mexico on the effect of collaborative learning across borders and linking communities of practice. Paredes focuses on the role of experiential learning in language acquisition, critical thinking, and transformational learning. Paredes teaches and studies language rights in the Americas, and she is devoted to issues of linguistic migration, languages ​​in contact, and linguicism. 

    Registration is no longer available because the registration deadline has passed.