SOL Information Session
5-6PM, Sanford Building 223
Missed the first SOL info session? Mark your calendars for our second and final info session on Wednesday, October 17th from 5-6 PM in Sanford 223.
SOL is a nationally recognized, year long leadership development program, integrating community service, field research, and critical reflection within an academic framework. The SOL experience consists of three parts: a spring preparation course, a summer community-based research project, and a fall capstone seminar.
Every year, SOLsters tackle complex social issues in communities around the world, from designing a health education campaign targeting schistosomiasis in Shirati, Tanzania to working with a local soup kitchen in Anchorage, Alaska. Through SOL, students explore various efforts for social change, refine their research skills, and build dynamic relationships with their communities and peers. To hear a former SOLster describe it: “the process is exciting and the experience: unforgettable.”
Come to our information session and learn more about why students describe SOL as “the most formative and important experience they had at Duke”!
5 PM on Wednesday, October 17th
Rhodes Conference Room (Sanford 223), Sanford School of Public Policy