The Fund is part of the Duke Doing Good in the Neighborhood annual employee giving campaign. Duke employees financially support grants that are awarded to diverse nonprofits in Durham, Orange, and Wake counties.
Community Engagement and Research Translation Cores of the Duke University Superfund Research Center work with communities across North Carolina affected by environmental contaminants. Communities can contact us with short-term requests for information related to environmental contamination or with proposals for longer term engagement through participatory research projects and/or education and outreach activities.
The program provides affordable, practical and accessible non-credit courses and certificate programs for people working in and with the nonprofit arena, whether they are paid staff, directors, board members, philanthropists, or volunteers.
Founded in 1977 as the Duke Institute for Learning in Retirement, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI at Duke) is a 2,200 member organization that offers over 350 courses per year in the Arts and Sciences, Wellness, and Finances to persons aged 50 and older.
Whether you are looking to upgrade skills in your current field or looking for training in a whole new area, our Professional Certificates can help you take that next step on your career track. A variety of online and classroom programs are available.
Duke Youth Program has provided summer academic enrichment for academically motivated youth for over 30 years. Each summer approximately 650 youth from around the nation and world, representing some 22 states and 5 different countries, attend one of our summer programs. The programs seeks to engage learners in innovative, interactive, transformative learning experiences.