Engaging Through Duke

We are excited to introduce the first video we have produced as part of our new multimedia series, Engaging Through Duke (featured to the right).  Our office exists to support the many ways Duke engages with community partners.  We believe civic engagement encompasses community service but also advocacy, social innovation, engaged scholarship and community and regional development.  We pride ourselves on being nimble and responsive to grassroots efforts and facilitating collegial conversations related to civic engagement across campus.  Archives of our Civic Lives video series may be found here.

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Civic Engagement News

Duke’s New “Campaign Stop 2016” Website Offers Comprehensive Coverage with a Uniquely Duke Perspective

Self-described as “A Site for Scholarly Commentary, Debate and Media Resources for the 2016 Election,” the new web portal offers student analysis and expert commentary on national and regional politics. Be part of the conversation at: https://dukecampaignstop2016.org/

New in 2016: Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change

The Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change provides a pathway for you to integrate community-based learning experiences with academic coursework focused on democracy and citizenship, civil society, voluntarism, political participation, social movements, theories of social change and notions of the public good. Learn more here.

DukeImmerse: Civil Rights is still accepting applications for Spring 2016

DukeImmerse is a semester-long program in which all courses are small seminars, interdisciplinary and build on a single theme. The 2016 Civil Right theme: Freedom Struggles in the 20th Century: A comparison of the Civil Rights Movement in the American South and South Africa’s Anti-Apartheid Struggles. Learn more on the DukeImmerse website.

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