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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 »

Update from Michaela Stith: Hart Fellowship in Norway

Sunday, August 26, 2018

We thought we'd share an email update that we received over the summer from Michaela Stith, reporting on her Hart Fellowship with the Indigenous Peoples’ Secretariat (IPS) of the Arctic Council: Hello everyone, You are now reading the first monthly update from my Hart Fellowship. As of... read more about Update from Michaela Stith: Hart Fellowship in Norway »

Nominate a Student for the Campus Compact Community Impact Award!

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Dear Colleagues, Each year, one outstanding student from each NC Campus Compact member campus is selected as a Community Impact Award winner. The award honors students for civic engagement including volunteer service, service-learning, policy work, ... read more about Nominate a Student for the Campus Compact Community Impact Award! »

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Clifford and Reisinger publish "Community-based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators"

Sunday, August 26, 2018

New from Georgetown University Press! Community-based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators by Joan Clifford and Deborah S. Reisinger “Clifford and Reisinger’s book is a must-have resource for 21st-century educators. It provides important insights from current academic research... read more about Clifford and Reisinger publish "Community-based Language Learning: A Framework for Educators" »

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Duke Students: Work with Us!

Monday, August 20, 2018

We are currently hiring service-learning assistants! Do you enjoy cultivating relationships with professors, students and community partners? Would you like a work-study placement that is meaningful, will help you learn more about the local community, and help beef up your resumé with... read more about Duke Students: Work with Us! »

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Interactive Poster Session Showcases Undergraduate Research in Multiple Languages

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

In Spring 2018, (CLAC) Cultures and Languages Across the Curriculum hosted an interactive poster session showcasing undergraduate research in multiple languages (Arabic, French, Mandarin and Spanish). The event, sponsored by Duke Service-Learning, the Health Humanities Lab, and CLAC, is... read more about Interactive Poster Session Showcases Undergraduate Research in Multiple Languages »

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Duke Students, Alumni, Faculty and Administrators Discuss the Evolution of the Latinx/Hispanic Experience at Duke

Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Duke students, alumni from the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s, faculty and administrators gathered to discuss the Latinx experience at Duke and how it’s changed over time at a round table event entitled Diversity and Inclusion at Duke – The Evolution of the Latinx/Hispanic Experience (Today... read more about Duke Students, Alumni, Faculty and Administrators Discuss the Evolution of the Latinx/Hispanic Experience at Duke »

Students from "Culture Wars: Identity and Culture in Israel and Palestine" Return From Study Tour!

Monday, August 6, 2018

Professor Christy Lohr Sapp and students hold up the books and supplies gifted to their community partners at Dar-al-Kalima University in Bethlehem.  The books were provided via a Duke Service-Learning grant.  Professor Christy Lohr Sapp sent us an update on the... read more about Students from "Culture Wars: Identity and Culture in Israel and Palestine" Return From Study Tour! »

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