More than 450 Duke undergraduates representing over 40 group programs and dozens of independent projects took part in the 2012 DukeEngage Academy, which helps prepare the students for their eight weeks of immersive service in partner communities around the world.
See highlights of the Academy including brief interviews with some of the participants here.
As DukeEngage approaches its commemorative five-year anniversary this summer, Duke Assistant Professor Mbaye Low, who leads our DukeEngage in Cairo, Egypt, program, shares his views in a recent Duke Chronicle column on the DukeEngage program's successes, challenges and opportunities as it looks toward another five years and beyond.
Read his April 3o, 2012, Chronicle column.
Duke University President Richard Brodhead recently addressed Duke alumni at a reunion event on building strong educational programs at Duke. His speech featured extensive remarks about DukeEngage. See the address on YouTube here.