Below is a list of Duke events relating to the crisis in Haiti. To post an event, please use the Events@Duke calendar.
Haiti's History: Foundations for the Future, April 22-23 - April 16, 2010
This two-day event will bring together leading scholars from Haiti and the United States to explore Haiti's past and to work together towards guaranteeing a future.
Haiti Lab Information Meeting for Undergraduates, April 26 - April 16, 2010
The Franklin Humanities Institute (FHI) will launch the "Haiti Lab" to help speed recovery by applying innovative research and practice across disciplines.
How Can Disaster Relief Be Effective, Effecient and Ethical? - April 12, 2010
Global Health Competition to Focus on Haiti, March 24-27 - March 01, 2010
Students are invited to submit "innovative ideas that can translate into action on the ground" in Haiti.
Benefit Concert March 2 - February 23, 2010
Student groups to perform at 7 p.m. in Reynolds Theater.
N.C. premiere of Haiti-related documentary "The Other Side of the Water" Feb. 20 - February 18, 2010
Duke's African and African American Studies Working Group is co-sponsoring the documentary as part of the Hayti Heritage Film Festival.
Haiti Movie Night: "The Road to Fondwa," Feb. 20 - February 18, 2010
The Nicholas School's Working Group on the Environment in Latin America will donate 100% of proceeds to relief efforts.
Nicholas School Students Respond to Ongoing Haitian Crisis - February 11, 2010
Graduate students are holding a four-day fundraiser, beginning Feb. 15.
â€˜Office Hoursâ€™ Conversation with J. Lorand Matory - February 11, 2010
Matory will field questions about Haitian Vodou during a live webcast Friday, Feb. 12 at noon.