Still tinkering with your schedule and looking for a great course for the spring? There are a few spots left in HLP courses What's Up Durham? and The Republican Party and its Future. Find their full course descriptions here.
We will be holding our final info session for students interested in applying to the Hart Fellows Program on Tuesday, January 16, 2018. 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.
Applications for SOL Summer Grants are due Friday, February 9th by 9 AM. Please contact Maria Pacheco (email@example.com) with questions.
Applications for the 2018-2019 Hart Fellows Program are due Friday, February 16th by 5 PM in hard copy to Sanford 113. Please contact Maria Pacheco (firstname.lastname@example.org) with questions.
Applications for the Leadership and Arts Policy Internship (LAPI) grant are due Monday, April 2nd 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 Maria Pacheco (email@example.com) with questions.
The Duke Human Rights Center at FHI, Hart Leadership Program and the Office of the Provost will host an event on April 4 about the history of women's activism at Duke. The panel of outstanding Duke alumni includes Joyce Johnson ('68), one of the first black students at Duke and one of the Allen building protesters…
The SOL 2017 students will present their research at Duke's Visible Thinking, an annual showcase celebrating the achievements of undergraduate researchers and their original scholarship in the humanities, the natural sciences and engineering, and the social sciences.
HLP professor Bob Korstad and Associate Dean of Communications and exhibit curator Karen Kemp will join forces to discuss the historical context and making of two current exhibits: The Silent Vigil currently on display in the Sanford lobby through mid-May, and Terry Sanford: A Change Leader for Duke, on display at the Mary Duke Biddle…
A longstanding tradition, the Hart Fellows Graduation Reception is a wonderful opportunity for HLP faculty and staff to commemorate our new Hart Fellows and spend time with them and their families over graduation weekend. Together, over food and drink, we celebrate all that our fellows have accomplished during their time at Duke, as well as look forward…
The Hart Leadership Program offers seven courses in Fall 2018 including Enterprising Leadership; What's Up Durham?: History, Politics, and Society in the Bull City; Immigrant Dreams, American Realities, and Leadership, Policy, and Change, and more. Classes begin Monday, August 27th. See our full course descriptions for details.
An immigrant whose family came here from Vietnam when she was a small child, Kathy Tran became one of Virginia’s first female Asian-American delegates.
SOL is a nationally recognized, year long leadership development program, integrating community service, field research, and critical reflection within an academic framework.
Mr. Logan Beirne of the Yale Law School and Gunther Peck, Director of the Hart Leadership Program and Professor of the Sanford School of Public Policy, will discuss the history of U.S. Immigration policy.
The Duke History Union is hosting a townhall on the Silent Sam confederate statue and the renaming of the Carr building on Duke's East Campus.
Please stop by our table at the Summer Opportunities Fair to learn more about the 2019 SOL Program.
Missed the first SOL info session? Mark your calendars for our second and final info session! SOL is a nationally recognized, year long leadership development program, integrating community service, field research, and critical reflection within an academic framework.
The Hart Leadership Program will host Parkland student, Sari Kaufman, whose response to the tragic shooting of her peers at Florida’s Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, has been mobilizing citizens to vote.
North Carolina Central University will host Parkland student, Sari Kaufman, civil rights leader, Anita Earls, and disenfranchised voter, Symonne Singleton.
Don't miss your chance to be a part of Service Opportunities in Leadership (SOL), one of Hart Leadership's signature programs for over 20 years.
It’s that most wonderful time of year again– the time to register for spring classes!
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.
Still tinkering with your schedule and looking for a great course for the spring? There are a few spots left in HLP courses Writing Across Borders and Candidacy to Congress.
The Hart Leadership Program will convene a public conversation about “Dreamers,” focusing on the experiences and leadership that young undocumented men and women have generated across political, generational, and cultural divides.