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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! »

New Community-Based Course "Evaluating Health Innovation" Gets Thumbs Up From Students!

Monday, August 6, 2018

Students pose with community partners after sharing their research proposals. From Left to Right: Professor Jessica Sperling, Kayla Carlisle (sophomore), Jeremy Yi (freshman), Helen Yu (senior), Zoe King (freshman), Sahil Sandhu (sophomore) and community partners Dr. Tom LeBlanc, Kris... read more about New Community-Based Course "Evaluating Health Innovation" Gets Thumbs Up From Students! »

Students from Chinese 321S Engage in Cross-Cultural Dialogues with Lenovo Reps

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Pictured: Nicholas Court, a Duke junior majoring in Economics and Chinese called the cross-cultural dialogue an "incredible opportunity". "You can take a class in English about business in China, but to really understand what's going on, you need to be able to speak Chinese and actually... read more about Students from Chinese 321S Engage in Cross-Cultural Dialogues with Lenovo Reps »

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Jehanne Gheith Rated in the Top 5% for all Undergraduate Instructors for Spring 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Service-Learning faculty member Jehanne Gheith received the distinction for her service-learning course "Medical Ethics, Aging, and End-of-Life Care in the U.S. (EDUC 277S)" for being among the top 5% of classes at Duke. Dean Arlie Petters noted that her class was rated in the top 5% for... read more about Jehanne Gheith Rated in the Top 5% for all Undergraduate Instructors for Spring 2018 »

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Katie Hyde Rated in the Top 5% for All Undergraduate Instructors in Spring 2018

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Service-Learning instructor Katie Hyde received the distinction for her service-learning course "Children's Self Expression: Literacy Through Photography (DOCST 224S)" for being among the top 5% of classes at Duke. Dean Arlie Petters noted that her class was rated in the top 5% for "... read more about Katie Hyde Rated in the Top 5% for All Undergraduate Instructors in Spring 2018 »

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Dane Emmerling Pursuing PhD at UNC's Health Behavior Program!

Friday, June 15, 2018

Dane Emmerling, Assistant Director of Duke Service-Learning, has been accepted into UNC’s Health Behavior Doctoral Program at Gillings School of Global Public Health.  Dane will be studying interventions to eliminate health disparities and critical consciousness raising programs to help... read more about Dane Emmerling Pursuing PhD at UNC's Health Behavior Program! »

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Betsy Alden Award Winner Michaela Stith Reflects on Service-Learning

Friday, June 15, 2018

Duke’s service-learning courses have allowed me to reflect on the real-world impacts of systems and institutions in ways that neither service nor classroom learning could have achieved alone. I completed three service-learning courses and participated in the Service Opportunities in Leadership... read more about Betsy Alden Award Winner Michaela Stith Reflects on Service-Learning »

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Carolyn Colsher: 2018 Community Partner Alden Award Winner

Friday, June 15, 2018

Dr. Deborah Gold, who nominated community partner Carolyn Colsher for the 2018 Betsy Alden Outstanding Service award, writes about why she's the perfect candidate: "Identifying community partners for the initial Death and Dying class (Sociology 264) in 2001 represented the biggest service-... read more about Carolyn Colsher: 2018 Community Partner Alden Award Winner »

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