Visible Thinking: Celebrating Community-Engaged Research
Each year, Duke Service-Learning reviews Duke's Visible Thinking abstracts to award the Community-Engaged designation for undergraduate research. Selected projects represented different types of engagement including work with faculty in partnership with community or governmental agencies, exploring issues of identity in the context of a community placement, and creating products or research on behalf of an organization. The photos below illustrate just one example of how students are researching innovative ways to work with communities to solve real-world problems. See all the selections from Spring 2020 here.