We will be holding our second and final info session for the Hart Fellows Program on Tuesday, January 17th. Don't miss your chance to learn more about this incredible program, which offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with international organizations that are facing complex social, political and humanitarian problems.
The Hart Leadership Program will be offering two Research-Service Learning (RSL) gateway courses this spring: Professor Deondra Rose's PUBPOL 301 and Professor Gunther Peck's PUBPOL 302. Applications to participate in the RSL gateway option are available on the course Sakai site and are due Thursday, January 19th.
Applications to be in the 2017-2018 Hart Fellows Program are due Friday, February 17th by 5 PM in hard copy to Sanford 113. Please contact Sarah Du (email@example.com) with questions.
Applications for the SOL summer grant are due by 9 AM on Friday, March 3rd. Only students who are currently enrolled or who have been previously enrolled in the Border Crossing course are eligible to apply. Students who accept the SOL grant complete a 8-12 week community-based research project over the summer and commit to taking the SOL capstone course in the fall.
Tony Brown, along with the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute, will be hosting the 10th 36 Hours at Duke weekend on March 24-26, 2017. The weekend is focused on the theme of human-centered design. Please contact Susan James (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Applications for the Leadership and Arts Policy Internship (LAPI) grant are due Monday, April 3rd by 11:59 PM. Public Policy majors who plan to complete their internship requirement this summer with an arts policy organization are eligible to apply. Please contact Sarah Du (email@example.com) with questions.
The Hart Leadership Program will be offering five courses in the fall of 2017. Check out our full course listings to see which one catches your eye.
A longstanding tradition, the Hart Fellows Graduation Reception is a wonderful opportunity for HLP faculty and staff to commemorate our new cohort of Hart Fellows.
The Hart Leadership Program offers five courses in Fall 2017 including Enterprising Leadership; What's Up In Durham?: History, Politics, and Society in the Bull City; Adaptive Leadership and others. Classes begin Monday, August 28th. See our full course descriptions for details.
Please stop by our table at the Summer Opportunities Fair to learn more about SOL Summer Grants. Several other Duke programs will also be on hand to offer information about more summer opportunities.
It's that most wonderful time of year again-- the time to register for spring classes! The Hart Leadership Program is offering seven exciting courses in the spring of 2018, including Enterprising Leadership, What's Up Durham?, The Republican Party and its Future, and others. Check out the full list of course descriptions here.
Interested in Community-Based Research? A SOL Summer Grant might be just the thing for you! The Hart Leadership Program is offering SOL Summer Grants to Sophomores and Juniors interested in conducting Community Based Research this summer. Come to our information session and learn how to apply.
We will be holding our first info session for students interested in applying to the Hart Fellows Program on Monday, November 6th, 2017 from 5-6 PM in Sanford 223. The Hart Fellows Program offers recent graduates of Duke University the opportunity to work with international organizations that are facing complex social, political and humanitarian problems. The 10-month field-based experience helps Fellows develop their…