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Duke Engage in the News

Hello Everyone Here’s the link to an article published by Elizabeth Redden in Inside Higher Ed that talks about Duke Engage. It’s a very well written article that really exposes details about the Duke Engage experience so check it out! … Continue reading

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Internships: A Guide from Experience

Now it’s almost the end of the DukeEngage in Durham program. In hindsight, I realized that I did well in some parts of the program but not as well in some other parts. I found there are several factors that … Continue reading

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Beneath the Veil

As our eight weeks come to a close, I cannot find it within myself to simply walk away from Urban Ministries of Durham. This is not because I feel I have yet to make a significant contribution; on the contrary, … Continue reading

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Burn Wise

Here’s the draft of a video that Edison and I have been working on this summer at the Environmental Protection Agency.  It’s designed to teach viewers how to use a moisture meter, so that they can use better burn practices … Continue reading

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Falling for Durham

While sitting in my apartment sick this week, I began to reflect on my experience with DukeEngage this summer.  My day as a human biohazard gave me some much needed free time to consider what this experience has meant to me.  I … Continue reading

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Catering Technology

This summer, I’m working as a Mentoring in Technology intern at the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle (BBBST). While I’m not planning on pursuing a career in information technology, I was deeply influenced by an IT camp when … Continue reading

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Durham – City of Medicine

It’s hard to believe that there’s less than three weeks left of Duke Engage in Durham. Time definitely flies by fast, and there’s always so much to do. I guess that is the great feature about summer enrichment programs; working full time for … Continue reading

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