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The Duke Office of Civic Engagement maintains this calendar as a compilation of various Duke events related to civic engagement. The listed events are sponsored by offices, departments, and clubs across the university and are not necessarily organized by DOCE. If you have an event you would like to add to our calendar, please email us.

 

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Taking the Mask Off Of Black Masculinity

Not Too Late: The Promise of Social Programs for Adolescents

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The Science of Scale Up: Designing Experiments to Learn How Social Programs Can Scale Effectively

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Climate Crisis/Climate Hope

Totems of White Supremacy? The Cultural, Political, and Historical Meaning of Confederate Monuments

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Before Kaepernick: Dissent, Human Rights, and the Black Muslim Athlete

Rightlessness: Hunger Strikes, Force-feeding, and Testimony at Guantanamo

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NC College Voter Summit 2017

“Black Man in a White Coat” Book Discussion

“How to Apply for DukeEngage” General Info Session

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WTF (Wake to Fritz) with Eric Mlyn

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Faith in Public Life: A Conversation with Rep. David Price, Abdullah Antepli & Rabia Chaudry

Conflict Conversations: White Supremacy Culture with Tema Okun

“How to Apply for DukeEngage” General Info Session

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Baldwin Scholars Applications Due

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Town Hall on Hate Violence Against South Asian Americans

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We Have the Power: Dismantling Bias and Hate

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The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux

Policing Muslim Identity During the Time of Trump

Looking Forward: Duke History Revisited 2017

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Coming Out Day at Duke

Crisis of the ‘Negro’ Intellectual? 50 Years Later

Challenges of Urban Revitalization

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The ‘Free’ Market, Public Goods, and the Making and Unmaking of Black Lives

“How to Apply for DukeEngage” General Info Session

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Summer Opportunities Fair

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Radical Mindfulness in Times of Crisis

The Role of Implicit Bias in People’s Everyday Lives and Work Teams

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From Selma to Stonewall: Film Screening and Panel Discussion

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Women’s Health Symposium: Advancing Women’s Health in a Changing Political Environment

“Raising Bertie”: Film Screening & Panel Discussion

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Pauli’s Durham Walking Tour: a History of Racial Segregation in the West End Neighborhood

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Global Engagement Program Application Deadline

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Remembering Kate Millett

Former U.S. Representative Barney Frank: “The Fight for a Fair Society: Is Pragmatism a Betrayal?”

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Savage Inequalities in the Public Schools of a Divided Nation: The Challenge for Courageous and Inspired Teachers in the Wake of Ferguson and Charlottesville

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In Conversation: Authors of Roosevelt Institute’s “Hidden Rules of Race” and Brookings Institution’s Richard Reeves’ “Dream Hoarders”

The Mosque in the Triangle, NC: Communities and Actors

Kenan Purpose Program Fellows Symposium

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HackDuke: Code for Good

National Make a Difference Day

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HackDuke: Code for Good

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Civic Engagement & Social Change Certificate: Fall Application Deadline

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RightsWatch: Voting Rights

Service-Learning Teaching Showcase

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Bass Connections Call for 2018-2019 Proposals

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