Undergraduate Life Science Research Position – Volunteer:

Good way to work in a biochem/molecular bio lab, especially if you're not work study. Volunteer needed 15 hrs a week.




How do I use this site?

DukeList is a free classifieds marketplace for the Duke community to use. As of 5/2/14, you need an active Duke NetID to view listings, as well as to post or reply to an ad. Duke only issues NetIDs to current employees and students.  Despite this added security feature, we still advise you to be cautious about any DukeList transactions, especially financial ones.

How to respond to an ad:  (SOME PEOPLE MISS THIS.) Once you've called up the ad, look to the left for a oversized blue button that says "Reply to Listing." Once you click on that, you'll get a screen that looks as if you're replying to an email, with a subject box, etc. Fill in the prompts with something relevant, such as "DukeList Ad" or "VW car for sale?" and hit send. That will  alert the person who posted the ad in their email. You should also receive a NoReply email from DukeList telling you that you replied to a posting.

How to delete your post: Call up the listing. On the left, there should be a menu of options, including one that says delete. Click on that and save it. Check to be sure it's gone.

Privacy caution: if you post pictures or personal information with your entries, remember you are posting on the Web. That information is hard to remove. We have installed code that requests the data not be picked up by search engines such as Yahoo and Google but there are no guarantees. If you've ever tried to ask for information to be removed from the Web you know it's much easier if you never post it in the first place.

Jobs: DukeList became the university's centralized campus job site for students in 2008. If you have questions about work study positions,  you may consult the Financial Aid Office's work study page or for information on finding a permanent job or summer internship off campus, go to the Career Center's website.

Photos: From our programmers: If your photos are posting upside down or sideways, you might have unknowingly set the EXIF (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exif) Orientation value to 'Rotate 180' with the   home button/touch ID sensor facing left. If you download and open your image in something like Gimp  (https://www.gimp.org/) or Photoshop, they should recognize the EXIF orientation was rotated. It may prompt  you to fix it. Try then exporting the picture from GIMP or Photoshop and it should be the standard (i.e. correct) orientation. Upload it to DukeList and it should appear correctly. If you're using Photoshop, try saving it to SAVE FOR WEB rather than simply SAVE or SAVE AS.

If you are posting on this site, you must conform to federal, state and local laws and the general rules of university conduct, including the Duke Community Standard and Duke's Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action hiring policy.  

If you have questions, please call (919) 681-2844 or email susan.kauffman@duke.edu in the Office of Undergraduate Education.