Spring Campus Grant recipients announced
Congratulations to our most recent Campus Grant winners. These grants are awarded each fall and spring to members of the Duke community—students, faculty, and staff—to support initiatives that promote ethical or moral reflection, deliberation, and dialogue at Duke and beyond.
The Spring 2013 winners are:
Alana Jackson / Program II in Intersections of Public Health and the Arts
For a performance of dance, compositions, songs, and spoken word as a culminating event from an exploration of the intersections of public health and the performing arts. Inspiration for the pieces will come from participation with the Health Arts Network at Duke and experience serving a population with Parkinson’s disease through a Dance For Parkinson’s Class Series.
Liliana Paredes and Rebecca Ewing / Spanish Language Program
For a panel talk on Immigration, Culture, Sports, & Ethics as part of the Intensive Spanish Summer Institute. A group of experts including Paul Cuadros,Hannah Gill, and Gwendolyn Oxenham will discuss the role of soccer to bridge borders, and the ethical implications of sports in the context of social equity.