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Office of Institutional Equity

The Office for Institutional Equity is a team of specialized professionals dedicated to serving the Duke University and Duke University Health System communities regarding occupational enrichment through diversity, inclusion, affirmative action, employment equity, harassment prevention, and other work-related initiatives focused on the quality of life and effort at Duke.

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School of Medicine Office of Diversity and Inclusion

The Office of Diversity & Inclusion in the Duke University School of Medicine is committed to developing and implementing  a culture of inclusion in which students, faculty and staff from diverse talent pools experience a genuine sense of belonging, engagement and achievement.

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Duke University's Diversity Toolkit

The university's one-stop resource for diversity education that provides dozens of resources to develop strategies and plans to improve inclusion and engagement on campus.

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Duke Disability Management System

The Disability Management System (DMS) provides leadership to the University and University Health System efforts to ensure an accessible, hospitable working and learning environment for people with disabilities while ensuring compliance with federal and state regulations. We serve as a centralized clearinghouse on disABILITY-related information, procedures and services.

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Visiting Medical Students Program

Duke Surgery offers a number of 4-week clinical electives for visiting medical students. You can apply through the Visiting Student Application Service (VSAS). We encourage fourth-year medical students who are under-represented in medicine (URiM) to apply to the Visiting Clinical Scholars Program through the Duke School of Medicine’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion (ODI). For selected students, the scholars program provides payment or reimbursement for housing and travel. Duke ODI is committed to supporting the development of URiM students and providing a positive experience during their visiting rotations.

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