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Malone Receives Service-Learning Award

Sunday, February 12, 2017
North Carolina Campus Compact, a network of public and private colleges and universities committed to civic and community engagement, has named David M. Malone, Director of Duke Service-Learning, as the recipient of the 2017 Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning Award. The Sigmon Award, created in... Read More »

Spanish 308 Students Mentor 8th Graders

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Professor Joan Clifford's Spanish 308 student mentors work with Latinx 8th graders in the Enlaces program at Durham School of the Arts with a focus on facilitating conversation around politics. The photo with adults is from Urban Ministries. Students here led Spanish classes to help volunteers and... Read More »

"Issues in Global Displacement: Voix Francophones" Students Partner with Church World Service

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students from Deb Reisinger's Issues in Global Displacement: Voix Francophones class partnered with Church World Service to work in a beginning ESL class. They also participated in a workshop on teaching ESL. At another event, Duke students tried learning Thai to help destabilize them a bit and... Read More »

Education Students Work with Elementary School Children

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students from David Malone and Jan Riggsbee's Education 111 freshmen seminar worked with students at George Watts Elementary. Here are some photos of the projects the Duke/Watts teams of "buddies" produced.        

Freshmen Visit Watts Elementary

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students from Professors Riggsbee and Malone's Education 111FS work with children at George Watts Montessori Magnet School in Durham. Sometimes there are cupcakes! (Thanks for the photos David Stein.)    

Spanish 204 Facilitates Activities in the Learning Juntos Session

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students from Spanish 204 facilitate activities in the Learning Juntos session at Watts Montessori. Learning Juntos provides structured activities to help Latinx parents build literacy skills for their elementary school aged children. Parents discuss different strategies to develop the children’s... Read More »

Doc Studies Students are "Picturing the Pride"

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students from Susie Post-Rust's Doc Studies 209S showed their semester's work documenting 6th grade students to the delighted students themselves at KIPP Durham College Prep Public School. Check out their completed projects at http://www.picturingthepride.com/      

Students Give Performance Regarding Sexual Health Issues

Sunday, January 8, 2017
The S-L class Performing Sexual Health did a performance about, what else? - sexual health - Wednesday, Nov. 16 at The Ark on East Campus. It was a funny and moving performance featuring urgent sexual health issues.

Students Create Profiles for New Website

Sunday, January 8, 2017
Students in Charlie Thompson's Doc Studies class, Politics of Food: Land, Labor, Health & Economics, presented the profiles they have created of the passionate and inspiring local people involved in the Durham Farm and Food Network (DFFN), their community partner. The profiles will be a part of... Read More »

I Am All The Way In

Friday, January 6, 2017
“When David Malone [Director of Duke Service-Learning] told me we were going to be talking about ‘the arrogance of help,’ I said I am in, I am all the way in,” said Dean of Arts and Sciences Valerie Ashby. Ashby was on a panel convened Dec. 7th to probe the many aspects of service. Malone moderated... Read More »

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