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Jan
08
2021

Anti-Racism Workshop

8AM-5PM

Duke graduate and undergraduate students are invited to participate in an interactive 3-session series this January to develop their understanding of racial equity and to interrogate how racism shows up internally, interpersonally, and institutionally.

Jan
28
2021

Hart Fellows Program Office Hours

5-6PM

The Hart Fellows Program offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with organizations that are facing complex social, political, and humanitarian problems.

Jan
31
2021

The Democracy Fellowship Application Due

All Day Event

The Democracy Fellowship is a collaborative fellowship opportunity for Duke juniors of any discipline or major. The three semester project aims to amplify students’ democracy aspirations and leadership capacity.

Feb
12
2021

Hart Fellows Application Due

All Day Event

The Hart Fellows Program offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with organizations that are facing complex social, political, and humanitarian problems. Since its inception in 1995, 99 Hart Fellows have served in 40 countries across six continents. The program is intended to help Fellows develop their own vision for ethical leadership by engaging in direct…

Feb
25
2021

Walking the Talk: Practicing Anti-Racism

5:30-6:30PM

Join Duke’ Anti-Racism Book Club and the Hart Leadership Program on Thursday, February 25th at 5:30PM EST for a student-led conversation about organizing anti-racism work on and off campus.

Mar
02
2021

Elections in a Pandemic Bass Connections Works in Progress Symposium

5-6:30PM

Please join us for the first-ever Bass Connections Works in Progress Symposium. This virtual event will feature presentations by student team members from eight 2020-2021 Bass Connections project teams that are currently tackling research related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Mar
14
2021

LAPI Grant Application Due

All Day Event

Looking for funding for your policy internship? Apply for the Leadership and Arts Policy Internship (LAPI) grants!

Sep
09
2021

2021-22 Virtual Volunteer Fair

9:30AM-5PM

This annual event connects members of the Duke community with local nonprofits and serves as a gateway for students and employees to explore service opportunities.

Sep
22
2021

2022 SOL Info Session

5:30-6:30PM

Join us for our Service Opportunities in Leadership (SOL) information session on Wednesday, September 22nd at 5:30pm in Sanford 223, Rhodes Conference Room. SOL is a nationally recognized, 12-month leadership program for students who are interested in addressing complex social and humanitarian challenges and in trying to bring about social change.

Sep
22
2021

2022 PEP Info Session

6:30-7:30PM, Rhodes Conference Room

PEP is a three-semester opportunity aimed at supporting the political and leadership development of students, combining engaged coursework, funding for summer internships/research, mentorship, and resources to implement projects.

Sep
28
2021

Engaged Citizenship in Durham: A Conversation with Durham City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tempore, Jillian Johnson

12-1PM, Rhodes Conference Room

Durham City Council Member and Mayor Pro Tempore Jillian Johnson (PPS’03) will be talking to students about the importance of engaged citizenship to sustain and strengthen democracy, specifically in the context of Durham. Using examples of her own work and experience as a community organizer and as a city council member, she will discuss civic…

Oct
08
2021

PEP Application Due

All Day Event

PEP is a three-semester opportunity aimed at supporting the political and leadership development of students. Apps are due October 8th at 11:59PM

Oct
08
2021

SOL Application Due

All Day Event

SOL is a nationally recognized, 12-month leadership program for students who are interested in addressing complex social and humanitarian challenges and in trying to bring about social change. Applications are due Friday, October 8th at 11:59PM.

Oct
20
2021

Book Talk | Welp: Climate Change and Arctic Identities

1:30-3PM

Published in 2021, Welp: Climate Change and Arctic Identities explores the intersections of systemic racism, the Anthropocene, and environmental policy against the backdrop of Norway, Iceland, and the author’s Alaskan home. “Climate change, first and foremost, is a cultural problem embedded in our connection to and use of land and water,” writes Michaela Stith, author of Welp: Climate…

Nov
04
2021

Hart Fellowship Program Info Session

5:30-6:30PM, Rhodes Conference Room

Ready to engage more deeply with an issue you care about? The Hart Fellowship Program offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with organizations that are facing complex social, political and humanitarian problems. This program is intended to help fellows develop their own vision for ethical leadership as they move into professional life. Since its inception…