DKU Philharmonic Orchestra
The DKU Philharmonic Orchestra was founded in 2019 under the direction of Maestro Yue Cheng. Students interested in joining the ensemble should contact Yue Cheng firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DKU Chorale was initiated by students in 2018 has been under the direction of Mickey Zhang since 2020. Students interested in joining the ensemble should contact Yi Zhang email@example.com
Group Violin Lessons
Invite a Professor to Lunch! The UG Office provides funding for UG students to invite their professors to lunch on campus.
The UG Office is providing fund for UG students to invite their professors to lunch on campus. Interested students should first talk to their professors to agree on a common time and place for the lunch. Then they can submit a request for a FLUNCH coupon here. The UG Office covers 70 RMB per FLUNCH meal.
Please allow at least 2 business days to process your FLUNCH coupon request. Please note that, if you have participated in the FLUNCH program last semester, you are now granted another FLUNCH opportunity.
Please contact Victoria Yang firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
Tea with the Dean is usually held the first Wednesday of every month during the academic year, from 4:00-5:00 pm in the AB Lobby. Look for announcements about the next event in the DKU Activities Weekly Announcements and on the campus TV Screens.
Students are welcome to drop by Dean France’s office, or join her for a meal or coffee to say hi, introduce yourself, seek advice, provide feedback on how things are going, or just chat. Dean of Undergraduate Studies Office Hours are held most Wednesdays 4:00-5:00 pm and Fridays 9:15 -10:15 am in CC2106. Remote participants should contact DKU Undergraduate Studies email@example.com for the Zoom link.
No appointment is necessary during office hours. To schedule an appointments at other times, please contact DKU Undergraduate Studies firstname.lastname@example.org.
DKU Student-Faculty Dinner Conversations help to create a learning community characterized by close student-faculty interactions. The goals of the program are: