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  • March 26, 2009 - Kenneth Reardon is Promoting Transformational Learning!
    Vanessa Turnier, 2009/03/11 14:44:10

    Professor Reardon is a nationally recognized scholar in the filed of service-learning and civic engagement. He is part of the speaker series in applied educational research. He is presenting “Promoting Transformational Learning Through Civic Engagement: Yes we Can!” on March 25 4:30pm in Von Canon A in the Bryan Center. Professor Reardon has recently been appointed Professor and Director of the Graduate Program in City and Regional Planning in the School of Urban Affairs and Public Policy at the University of Memphis where he is involved in research, teaching, and outreach activities in the areas of neighborhood planning, community development, and community/university partnerships. Prior to joining the University of Memphis faculty, he served as an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University where he established the Cornell Urban Scholars Program and Cornell Urban Mentors Programs  

  • The Program in Education is now the administrative home for the International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education
    Vanessa Turnier, 2010/01/19 09:25:23

    Service-Learning Instructor Dr. Kathy Sikes is the Executive Administrative Director for the center. The center moves to Duke from Clemson University.The center is "a focal point for teacher educators in higher education and their community partners in all aspects of service-learning in teacher education; including research, information resources, professional development and collaboration." (  

  • In the Service of Learning: A Conversation about Civic Engagement and the Undergraduate Experience
    Vanessa Turnier, 2009/10/20 09:12:07

    This colloquium will be on Monday, November 2nd, 4:00-5:30 p.m., Nasher Museum of Art.This event is free and open to the public. To reserve a seat, e-mail the Service-Learning Program at by Wednesday, October 28th. In conjunction with the board meeting of the International Center for Service-Learning in Teacher Education now housed here at Duke, the Program in Education and the Service-Learning Program are pleased to sponsor a colloquium on the role of the university in creating and sustaining opportunities for engaged learning. Presenters are Andrew Furco, Vice President of Public Engagement at the University of Minnesota, and Elson Nash, Acting Director of Learn & Serve America.  

  • The 2009 Holton Prize Application!
    Vanessa Turnier, 2009/02/06 16:51:48

    Submissions are due by April 22, 2009 to Dean Lattimore. Information about the Holton prize can be found here.  

  • Congratulations to Lauren Ruderman Miller
    Vanessa Turnier, 2009/07/15 10:30:18

    Congratulations to Lauren Ruderman Miller, Trinity ’05 and Elementary Teacher Preparation Program Graduate. Lauren is the 2008-09 Durham Public Schools Teacher of the Year nominee representing Hope Valley Elementary School.  

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