PPS 263.01 – BORDER CROSSING: LEADERSHIP, VALUE CONFLICTS & PUBLIC LIFE

Border Crossing is a preparation course for students who plan to conduct community-based research projects for partner organizations in the U.S. or abroad, funded through the Service Opportunities in Leadership (SOL) program or other field research opportunities at Duke.  The course is designed to provide students with theoretical knowledge and critical reflection skills for entering

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PPS265 – ENTERPRISING LEADERSHIP

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge, analytical competence, and skills important to exercising enterprising leadership in college and as young professionals. The course explores the many facets of leadership and leadership development including the processes by which people effect change in a variety of roles and situations. Not a traditional course in

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PPS 270.01 – POLITICAL PARTICIPATION & LEADERSHIP

This course explores the connection between policy and politics. We will read books and newspapers, watch documentary films, and discuss stories about people who are exercising leadership to create political change—some from positions of formal authority in large institutions, and some without formal authority at the grassroots. We will be in constant touch with current

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PPS302.D001 – POLICY CHOICE AS VALUE CONFLICT

In PPS 302, the introductory ethics class for all Sanford majors, we examine how and why studying ethics and history are intrinsically linked to any effort to address the most pressing collective action challenges of our times.  The goals of the class are 1.) To empower students to become fully engaged citizens and leaders who

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PPS 490S.03 – THE REPUBLICAN PARTY AND ITS FUTURE

For 35 years Marty Morris worked in Republican politics as a statewide campaign manager, consultant to a presidential campaign, and Chief of Staff for Senator Dick Lugar.  In this course, students will look at the evolution of the party of Lincoln and investigate the forces that now make up the Republican Party.  Students will explore

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