Betsy Alden, D.MN.
Student Liaison/Facilitator, Duke Service-Learning; Adjunct Lecturing Fellow, Program in Education
One of the founders of the service-learning movement at Duke, Betsy Alden retired as the program's director in 2007. Betsy's current involvement includes serving as co-advisor for the student group LEAPS, training peer reflection facilitators, and connecting with service-learning alumni. Betsy Alden was the inaugural recipient of the Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning Award for faculty given by NC Campus Compact, and Duke Service-Learning presents the Betsy Alden Outstanding Service-Learning Awards each spring. Betsy also helped start the Duke Alums Engage program, which hosts service experiences for alumni in dozens of cities each year.