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Help Duke Service-Learning Create a Crowd-Sourced Poem!

Monday, September 30, 2019

In celebration of our annual theme, #MakingPlaceMatter, Duke Service-Learning wants to hear your reflections on Durham developed through community-engaged experiences — through poetry! Inspired by a partnership between Kwame Alexander and NPR, who were in turn inspired by... read more about Help Duke Service-Learning Create a Crowd-Sourced Poem! »

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Request the Service-Learning label!

Friday, September 27, 2019

  Duke Service-Learning facilitates the official labeling of service-learning courses in DukeHub, working with the Registrar's Office and the Trinity College office of Curriculum & Course Development. All those who teach academic... read more about Request the Service-Learning label! »

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Southbound: Titus Brooks Heagins Visits DSA

Tuesday, September 24, 2019

As part of the current exhibition, Southbound: Photographs of and about the New South, Durham-based photographer Titus Brooks Heagins, MFA, visited Durham School of the Arts to conduct a series of workshops with Amber Santibañez’s visual art high school students. Heagins, a Duke alumnus (T... read more about Southbound: Titus Brooks Heagins Visits DSA »

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Nuevo Espíritu de Durham: New Spirit of Durham

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Be sure and visit the Durham Museum of History for “Nuevo Espíritu de Durham: New Spirit of Durham”! This exhibit will examine Durham’s rapidly growing Latino population, its diversity, challenges and triumphs, and its future as a well-established part of the Durham community. Key topics to be... read more about Nuevo Espíritu de Durham: New Spirit of Durham »

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NC PREMIERE screening of CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Wednesday, 9/18, Rubenstein Film Theater. Reception at 6pm, Film at 7pm: The NC PREMIERE screening of CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion, a documentary that reveals a compelling look at the history of disability portrayals in entertainment. The screening will include a Q&A with filmmaker Jenni... read more about NC PREMIERE screening of CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion »

Ideas for #MakingPlaceMatter​​​​​​​ in S-L/C-E Courses

Thursday, September 12, 2019

Invite your students to join you on one of the Preservation Durham Walking Tours, leaving from the Durham Farmer’s Market Saturday mornings from April – November. Ask students to co-create a Community Asset Map with current or potential community partners, giving students tools to identify... read more about Ideas for #MakingPlaceMatter​​​​​​​ in S-L/C-E Courses »

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2019-20: Making Place Matter

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

If you ever stop to think about it, there seems to be an unlimited number of phrases and expressions that include the words place or space. My place or your place, all over the place, out of place, no place like home. Cyberspace, headspace, accessible space, safe space, brave space, personal space... read more about 2019-20: Making Place Matter »

Nominate an Outstanding Student for a Community Engagement Award

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Community Impact Student Award Nomination deadline: October 4 NC Campus Compact Community Impact Awards recognize an outstanding, full-time undergraduate or graduate student service leader from each member campus. Impact Award recipients should demonstrate commitment to partnering with others... read more about Nominate an Outstanding Student for a Community Engagement Award »

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Jeanette Stokes: 2019 Community Partner Alden Award Winner

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

From Jeanette's nominator, Professor Jehanne Gheith: "Jeanette has been mentoring service-learning students from my courses since my very first Service Learning class about ten years ago. For the last three and a half years, she has accepted at least two students from my Medical Ethics and End... read more about Jeanette Stokes: 2019 Community Partner Alden Award Winner »

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Betsy Alden Award Winner Frances Beroset Reflects on Service-Learning

Monday, May 6, 2019

I have spent my entire Duke career with a large part of my intellectual and ethical home in the service-learning department. When I arrived at Duke, I planned on becoming a social worker because I knew that I loved people, and that I wanted to be someone who helped people deal with problems in... read more about Betsy Alden Award Winner Frances Beroset Reflects on Service-Learning »

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