Last weekend, 22 Duke students, along with DOCE Director Megan Granda and Civic Engagement Fellow Liz Holden, traveled to Arizona State University for the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) annual meeting. The participating students were selected through a competitive process in which they proposed “Commitments to Action,” or innovative solutions to some of […]
North Carolina NAACP President Rev. Dr. William Barber II, along with six Duke community members, were recently awarded the Samuel DuBois Cook Award. The award honors those who have carried out the legacy of Cook, Duke’s first African-American professor, through distinguished service to the community. Read more.
Sam Miglarese, Director of Community Engagement for Duke’s Office of Durham and Regional Affairs, served as a member of the Planning Team for the North Carolina Campus Compact 2014 Civic Engagement Institute, held at UNC Wilmington on February 4. After the conference, he shared some reflections: Our campuses all want to be “engaged” within the […]
We seek to provide ongoing learning opportunities and resources that reflect best practices in ethical civic engagement. From preparation to reflection, we hope to support staff, faculty and students who are working in the community to do good work well.
We seek to support formal and informal networks among the many civic engagement initiatives across the university. We hope to share ideas and resources with enhanced coordination and collaboration.