Duke’s Office of Durham and Community Affairs seeks to apply knowledge in service of society as highlighted in Duke’s strategic plan, “Making a Difference.” By broadening the university’s role as a partner and advocate for economic and community development throughout the city, the office works to improve quality of life and to build strong Duke-Durham connections. Explore our stories, photos and archives to learn more about our work and our partners.
Triangle Day School seventh-grader Jason Sorin let out a heavy sigh of relief as he was crowned Regional Bee Champion on Saturday. Sorin correctly spelled the word “afflatus,” meaning a Read More
As we begin 2019, the Duke Homebuyers Club is preparing for its first meeting of the year. The club, originally founded in 2013, is a free resource that connects Duke Read More