Duke Public School Collaboration Published in Community Schooling Journal
By centering participatory and democratic research methods, this collective has contributed to the growing body of work to expand community schools.
Tuscaloosa Lakewood: Building Bridges
Utilizing a Doing Good grant, Tuscaloosa Lakewood Neighborhood Association partnered with Lakewood Elementary PTA to reduce barriers to parental participation in PTA meetings.
Old West Durham: Bicycle Pedestrian Safety Study
Utilizing a Doing Good Grant, Old West Durham Neighborhood Association partnered with Bike Durham to identify key danger spots and devise workable solutions in dialogue with neighbors and city/state officials.
Burch Avenue & Brookstown Oral Histories
Utilizing a Doing Good grant, Burch Avenue partnered with the Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice to utilize storytelling to preserve and activate the history of Burch Avenue and Brookstown.
Watts Hospital Hillandale: Upgrading the Plantings at Oval Park
Utilizing a Doing Good grant, Watts Hospital Hillandale Neighborhood Association worked to beautify Oval Park by replacing trees, mitigate wet areas and stop erosion along the sloped areas.
A Year of Success for the Community Engaged Scholarship Collaborative
The Community-Engaged Scholarship Collaborative (CESC) was launched in the 2021-2022 academic year to cultivate a community of practice among faculty, staff and community partners. One year in, the group is evaluating its impacts through coordination, support and learning engaged-scholarship practices with the Duke and Durham communities.