Duke Winter Forum
Duke students received a three day intensive look at ocean ecology and conservation policy as part of Duke University's 2013 Winter Forum, "Blue Devils and the Deep Blue Sea: Can We Rescue the Oceans?" this week at the Duke Marine Lab in Beaufort.
Global Advising Office
Through one-on-one advising, advisors work with students to incorporate global and civic opportunities into academic plans.
Through DukeEngage, Duke funds students who address societal issues within the United States and abroad.
Duke Partnership for Service
Students created and run Duke’s Partnership for Service, an organization that connects and supports more than 80 student service groups and promotes social action.
What is Civic Engagement?
Duke believes in applying knowledge in service to society, and challenges its students to learn beyond the boundaries of classrooms. Through a variety of civic engagement programs, the university provides opportunities for Duke students to work intensively for the public good while developing a richer understanding of the world's problems. With a commitment to partnership, equity and diversity, it encourages students to roll up their sleeves and serve others - both at home and around the globe.