Almost all DukeEngage group programs are either led by faculty members or benefit from the contributions and support of a Faculty Fellow.
All Duke faculty who teach undergraduate students are invited to submit proposals for new DukeImmerse programs. These may include proposals that are fully disciplinary or interdisciplinary, incorporate Service-Learning or complement an existing Bass Connections or DukeEngage. Programs that diversify existing DukeImmerse opportunities and reflect the expertise of Duke faculty will receive priority.
Each November, FOCUS clusters recruit faculty for the upcoming academic year.
Individual faculty members seeking to integrate service-learning and community engagement into their academic objectives can work with Duke Service-Learning to create a new course.
The Teaching for Equity Fellowship, open to faculty of all ranks, is a year-long series of workshops that provide tools for addressing issues around identity, race and racism in the classroom. Developed by the Duke Human Rights Center in the Franklin Humanities Institute, these workshops directly address issues raised by students—from all backgrounds—who report feeling at times isolated and marginalized in class.