Become a Teaching for Equity Fellow

All Arts & Sciences Faculty are invited to learn more about the Teaching for Equity Fellows Program (TFEF), a year-long series of sessions open to faculty of all ranks. TFEF is designed to support a community of educators who want to proactively and effectively address issues of identity, race, and racism in the classroom. The program is aimed […]

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John Hope Franklin Center | Call for Proposals

The John Hope Franklin Center seeks collaborating partners for its Fall 2017 Wednesdays at the Center program. For more information, visit jhdc.duke.edu/portfolio-item/call-for-proposals/ Program Description: Wednesdays at the Center (W@TC) is a weekly series in which scholars, artists, journalists, and others speak informally about their work in conversation with an audience of students, faculty, staff, and community […]

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Call for New DukeImmerse Proposals

 All Duke faculty members teaching undergraduate students are invited to submit proposals for new DukeImmerse programs.  Proposals scheduled for Spring or Summer 2018 should be submitted by March 1, 2017. All proposals should include a description of the DukeImmerse concept, each course, and program budget. Contact Program Director Morgan Barlow (morgan.barlow@duke.edu) to submit your proposal or to discuss an idea. DukeImmerse is a semester-long program conceived of […]

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Apply for Duke College Advising Corps

The 2017-2018 Duke College Advising Corps Application is now OPEN! The Duke College Advising Corps places exceptional current Duke undergraduate seniors and recent alums (‘14, ‘15, ‘16) from all fields of study in central North Carolina high schools as near-peer college advisers to lead low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students to college. Advisers serve the entire school year, with the […]

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Nicholas School in the Environment Seeks Community Partners

The Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University sponsors a Certificate Program in Community-Based Environmental Management for its Master’s of Environmental Management students. As part of the certification process, our graduate students partner every spring with community-based organizations in North Carolina to complete a project that will support the organization’s mission and programs. We […]

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Duke Interreligious Scholars Program (ISP) Now Accepting Applications

The Interreligious Scholars Program (ISP) will help students build relationships with people of other traditions and prepare them for working together for the common good. It utilizes a three-pronged approach that combines curricular and co-curricular opportunities for education, intentional living, and engagement through service and social action. Education The ISP will offer opportunities for scholars […]

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