Challenge and change are embedded in the DNA of DukeEngage. Just as each participant is encouraged to be flexible and open — “Challenge yourself and change your world” — the program, too, has a long history of adaptation, evolution and intentional growth. We know that with each transition comes deeper understanding and with each milestone come stronger connections.
Today brings a new opportunity to practice what we preach.
After leading DukeEngage for more than a decade, Eric Mlyn is leaving the program to pursue other teaching and writing opportunities at Duke, and DukeEngage will transition to being part of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University. Mlyn will be on sabbatical this summer/fall and will return to Duke at the end of 2019.
Read the Duke Today announcement.
Read The Chronicle article.
Under new leadership and with new colleagues beside us, the DukeEngage team remains committed to creating quality, transformative learning experiences for Duke students — and we’re excited to see what the future holds.