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Rajak and Ike Win 2015 Alden Awards

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The Service-Learning Program is happy to announce the 2015 Betsy Alden Outstanding Service-Learning Award winners. The Awards recognize graduating seniors, one faculty member and one community partner for their outstanding commitment to the ideals of service-learning. Two students won 2015 Alden... Read More »

Sims Wins 2015 Alden Faculty Award

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The Service-Learning Program is happy to announce the 2015 Betsy Alden Outstanding Service-Learning Award winners. The Awards recognize graduating seniors, one faculty member and one community partner for their outstanding commitment to the ideals of service-learning. Professor Sims has built... Read More »

Betty Johnson of Crest Street Tutorial Project Wins 2015 Alden Award

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
The Service-Learning Program is happy to announce the 2015 Betsy Alden Outstanding Service-Learning Award winners. The Awards recognize graduating seniors, one faculty member and one community partner for their outstanding commitment to the ideals of service-learning. Betty Johnson has partnered... Read More »

"Kaleidoscope: Gender Still Matters" Day Brings Equality in the Spotlight

Friday, July 18, 2014
Students in DOCST 347S Civil/Human Rights Activism in Durham: In the Spirit of Pauli Murray spent a day staging events around Duke and Durham focusing on feminism and other gender issues. Highlights were living sculptures and the trivia game "Feminist Feud!" Students also created and... Read More »

Dance Performance Explores Community Stories

Friday, July 18, 2014
In the Dance and Theater class “Performance and Social Change,” Duke students learn about theater techniques while telling the stories of the women at the Durham Crisis Response Center. For their final performance, the classes invited the community to join in their interactive theatrical event... Read More »

INJAZ Hosts Gathering for Arabic Speaking Refugees

Friday, July 18, 2014
INJAZ, a group associated with Service-Learning's Community Based Language Initiative, consists of students in third and fourth-year Arabic courses who work with recently-arrived refugess in a cultural and language exchange experience.  The group hosted a dinner for Sudanese and... Read More »

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