Two-day public symposium is part of university effort to reflect on its own history
On Feb. 20, Rev. D. William J. Barber II spoke on “Poverty, Health and Social Justice,” as the Terry Sanford Distinguished Lecture and Boyarsky Lecture in Law, Medicine & Ethics.
On Feb. 21, Janet Hill, a principal of Hill Family Advisors in Fairfax, Va., and current member of the Duke University Board of Trustees, gave a public presentation titled “How to Build an Inclusive Culture and Become an Influential Leader”.
Second Provost's Forum explores rights, boundaries and building community
A North Carolina community and economic development activist who has for three decades opened access to economic opportunities for racial minorities and people with low-to-moderate incomes is the winner of the Distinguished Service Award.
College Advising Corps Helps Promote Opportunities for First-Generation Students
From the Nasher Museum of Art showcasing its extensive collection of African-American art, to special meals at Duke Dining, opportunities to celebrate Black History Month during February on campus are abundant.