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Students in "Global Displacement: Voix Francophones" create video resources for refugees.

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Duke Hello is a service-learning project for the course  "Global Displacement: Voix Francophones" (FRENCH 325S) and aims to bridge the language gap for refugee families living in Durham. Students produced a series of videos to acclimate newly resettled refugees to situations they may find... read more about Students in "Global Displacement: Voix Francophones" create video resources for refugees. »

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Rafaela Rivero: How We Live and What We Hope to Leave Behind

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

PHOTO: Duke student Rafaela Rivero showcases her final project for "Medical Ethics, Aging and End-of-Life Care in the US (EDUC112)" . The poster features quotes from seven interviewees from Brazil, the US, and South Korea in response to the question, “What do you think of death?” Rafaela... read more about Rafaela Rivero: How We Live and What We Hope to Leave Behind »

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Students learn positive, creative approaches to open dialogue by and for diverse communities in DANCE 215S

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Explore a photo essay created by SLA (service-learning assistant) Talise Redmond to learn how "Performing Sexual Health (DANCE 215S)", taught by Professor Keval Khalsa, uses theater, humor, personal narratives, and non-judgmental, sex-positive approaches open dialogues about sexual health... read more about Students learn positive, creative approaches to open dialogue by and for diverse communities in DANCE 215S »

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"Farmworkers in North Carolina: Roots of Poverty, Roots of Change (DOCST 332S)" featured on Duke Arts!

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Charlie Thompson's service-learning course "Farmworkers in North Carolina: Roots of Poverty, Roots of Change (DOCST 332S)" was recently featured on Duke Arts! The article, written by Ilona Stanback, explores how students worked with local artist Cornelio Campus to create a mural honoring... read more about "Farmworkers in North Carolina: Roots of Poverty, Roots of Change (DOCST 332S)" featured on Duke Arts!  »

Call for Proposals: Collaborative Duke Graduate Student Community Partner Projects

Monday, November 26, 2018

Applications Due December 1, 2018 The Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University sponsors a Certificate Program in Community-Based Environmental Management for its Master’s of Environmental Management students. As part of the certification process, our graduate students partner every... read more about Call for Proposals: Collaborative Duke Graduate Student Community Partner Projects »

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Students Learn about gratitude, permission, humility and respect in Farmworkers in NC (DOCST 332S)

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Gratitude. Permission. Humility. Respect. Farmworkers in North Carolina: Roots of Poverty, Roots of Change (DOCST 332S), a service-learning course taught this semester by Professor Charlie Thompson, consciously maintains these four themes surrounding our relationship to farmworkers’ past,... read more about Students Learn about gratitude, permission, humility and respect in Farmworkers in NC (DOCST 332S) »

David L. Paletz Call for Innovative Course Enhancements

David L. Paletz Call for Innovative Course Enhancements

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Trinity College’s liberal arts curriculum focuses on student learning that is active and inquiry-based. When students engage firsthand, the learning process is deeper and richer. Thanks to the generosity of a number of donors, Trinity College is circulating the David L. Paletz Call for Innovative... read more about David L. Paletz Call for Innovative Course Enhancements »

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2018-2019: My Year of Listening

Monday, September 17, 2018

Would learning feel different if we had less shame about not knowing, and cultivated more courage and curiosity and willingness to say 'I don’t know much about that—tell me more' ? And we listened, really listened, to another person? Feeling truly seen and heard can be a rare thing, yet to... read more about 2018-2019: My Year of Listening »

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Meet Our New Assistant Director: Kimmie Garner!

Monday, August 27, 2018

Please join us in welcoming Kimmie Garner to her new role as Assistant Director of Duke Service-Learning! Kimmie comes to us with deep experience in social work and women’s health.  She honed a foundation in reciprocal partnerships among faculty, students, and communities as a... read more about Meet Our New Assistant Director: Kimmie Garner! »

Call for Submissions! JCEHE Special Edition on Critical Service-Learning

Sunday, August 26, 2018

The Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education and Indiana Campus Compact are partnering for a special edition dedicated to Critical Service-Learning. This issue will be guest edited by Dr. Tania D. Mitchell. Critical service-learning is an approach to community engagement that... read more about Call for Submissions! JCEHE Special Edition on Critical Service-Learning »

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