BOND (Bridging Opportunities and Networking in Diversity) Initiative consists of student leaders from graduate level organizations (e.g., Asian Pacific American Medical Student Association (APAMSA), Gay-Straight Alliance, Latino Medical Student Association (LMSA), Student National Medical Association (SNMA), Stead Society Diversity Representative and Graduate Professional Student Council Representative, DUSON Spectrum LGBTQ Advocacy Group, DAAMN: Duke Chapter of the American Association of Men in Nursing, etc.). BOND offers programming, service, and social events for promoting interprofessional collaboration.
Center for Multicultural Affairs, “Building a World Community for Today, Tomorrow, and Beyond”, uses a peer-driven approach “to create a more vibrant and inclusive multicultural student community.”
In addition to the resources available to SoM matriculants, (e.g., community engagement, multicultural education, leadership development, university/cultural funds, etc.), the CMA also has several other activities, such as:
Diversity, “Knowledge. Commitment. Excellence.” Includes aspects related to diversity across Duke’s campus.
Student Affairs “Duke Student Affairs helps students dream what might be … and enjoy what is and what will be” through intellectual, social, cultural and physical development programs and services.