Eric Hester, of the Duke Police Department, will talk with students about recognizing the signs of danger. He will give general safety tips as well as share some interesting stories about events on campus. To help Duke University students, staff, and faculty protect their personal property such as laptops, iPhones, and iPads, he will also be offering free engraving services during the lunchtime session. Items are engraved to deter theft and help track owners when stolen items are recovered. Bring your laptops, iPhones, iPads, external hard drives, and other essential devices. The engraving takes only 5 minutes and is free of charge. This talk is a part of the ongoing Wellness Wednesdays series. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please contact OSA at email@example.com
On the Ground
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Distinguished chair awards
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Wellness Wednesday: Safety Tips and Free Electronics Engraving
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