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Why We Study Inequality: Inequality Studies Information Session

Why do we study inequality, and as collegiate researchers, how do we go about doing it? Join the Cook Center at Duke University for an information session delving into the experience of studying and researching inequality. Whether you're passionate about public policy, education, AI, economics, sociology, political science, or any other field, the Inequality Studies minor at Duke provides a platform to dissect and understand the root causes of inequality in our society. The session will highlight the experiences of Duke students who have taken courses related to inequality and provide insight into the Inequality Studies Minor and affiliated elective courses. Whether you're curious about the topic of studying inequality or interested in the minor here at Duke, stop by the Market Place, Upper East Side, on 2/13 at 5pm for an engaging conversation on how you can be part of the solution and contribute to building a more just and equitable world. Location: Marketplace, Upper East Side

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