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2020 (Virtual) Symposium: Finding Purpose

The first-ever Fortin Foundation Student Symposium was designed to help DukeEngage participants build upon lessons learned from intentional community partnership. Through our programs, students learn what it means to be an actively engaged citizen and gain insight into the social change process. Our hope is that these lessons empower students to forge paths of purpose connecting them to the greater Duke community and beyond. At the Symposium, three distinguished Duke alumni spoke to students about their own journeys and lessons they learned along the way.

A panel discussion for 2020 DukeEngage participants and program alumni. Moderated by Suzanne Shanahan, Director of the Kenan Institute for Ethics, featuring Alison Dorsey Eden (Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative), Meg Garlinghouse (LinkedIn), and Hardy Vieux (Human Rights First). Closing remarks by Charlie Piot, DukeEngage Faculty Director.