Civic Action Plan Follow-Up Sessions

Earlier this year, President Brodhead signed the Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Action Statement, committing Duke University to develop a Civic Action Plan by March 2017. As a member of Campus Compact, Duke is part of a national coalition of nearly 1,100 colleges and universities committed to the public purposes of higher education. The Civic Action Plan provides our campus the […]

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Apply for a Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change

The Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change is an academic credential for Duke undergraduate students interested in deepening their understanding of social issues by integrating academic coursework with community-based experiences. Students can design learning and experiences around an issue and develop relationships with faculty and community mentors. Students will emerge from the certificate with […]

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How Do Students Perceive Social Entrepreneurship vs. Service-Learning?

Guest post by David Malone, Ph.D. and Dave Emmerling, M.P.H. | Duke Service-Learning During a visit to Duke last winter, David Scobey, a leading scholar in civic engagement, posed the question: are civic engagement and social innovation rivals or compatible colleagues? With so many programs and opportunities at Duke dedicated to both, students interested in […]

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Attend a Civic Action Planning Session

Earlier this year, President Brodhead signed the Campus Compact 30th Anniversary Action Statement, committing Duke University to develop a Civic Action Plan by March 2017. As a member of Campus Compact, Duke is part of a national coalition of nearly 1,100 colleges and universities committed to the public purposes of higher education. The Civic Action Plan provides our campus […]

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