News For October 2013
SOL Gateway Course Applications are due tomorrow, October 30, by 5PM!
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Tony Brown’s students Sustain Dialogue
Today in both of Tony Brown's classes, dialogue was a reoccurring topic. In the morning class (PPS 190), students Nadine Goldberg and Stanley Yuan led a dialogue session. Strong statements were made and students were asked to take a side regarding their stance on the statement. They were then asked to "seek to understand"…read more
Triangle-Area ELI Alumni Gathering
Local ELI alumni gathered at Professor Tony Brown's home this past Thrusday to reconnect and discuss ideas for future alumni initiatives.read more
Tony Brown speaks at “What Matters to Me and Why” series
Last night, Professor Tony Brown was the speaker for the "What Matters to Me and Why" program. What Matters to Me and Why (WMMW) is a faculty-student interaction program that brings together Duke students with faculty, staff, and administrators who are willing to discuss their personal values and beliefs. WMMW hopes to encourage conversation on…read more
Enterprising Leadership (PPS265) bonds through a ropes course
Professor Tony Brown's Enterprising Leadership (PPS265) students got outdoorsy this past Saturday morning when they participated in a ropes course on Duke's campus!read more
More than a Decade Later, Camp Kesem Lives On
Camp Kesem was born eleven years ago in Tony Brown's social entrepreneurship course as a group project by Jeff Leibach, John Rimel, and Yoav Lurie. Camp Kesem is a one-week, student-run camp for children who have been affected by cancer in their families. The goal of the camp is to provide a place for children to…read more
Apply to FEMCAMP!
APPLY TO FEMCAMP! Application Deadline: October 18th FEMCAMP is a retreat that aims to equip (aspiring) social justice activists with required leadership skills and tools for leading social change. The retreat will assist students in building critical consciousness, explore methods of carrying out activism, and will allow them to connect with fellow activists on campus.…read more