Ethics of civic engagement, Oct. 8
Duke is a national leader in providing civic engagement opportunities for students. From DukeEngage to service learning courses, students are given many ways to interact with and learn from communities in Durham and around the world. Why? Is it a civic responsibility? A resume building opportunity? An altruistic act? What is it about civic engagement that has become such a powerful part of Duke’s culture? Are these programs good for everyone? Do we measure success in terms of student development or community well-being? What do we take when we give back?
Join Team Kenan in welcoming Professors Tony Brown, Eric Mlyn, and Phyllis Pomerantz for a panel discussion and dinner on the ethics of civic engagement.
Tony Brown is the co-director of the Hart Leadership Program and teaches courses on moral courage, social entrepreneurship, and civic engagement
Eric Mlyn is Assistant Vice Provost for Civic Engagement & Executive Director of DukeEngage
Phyllis Pomerantz is a distinguished professor in the Sanford School of Public Policy with expertise in development economics and aid effectiveness
When: Tuesday, October 8th from 7-8:30 PM
Where: Sanford 05
RSVP: Dinner from Nosh will be provided to the first 65 who RSVP by October 4th. Please click here to RSVP.