Learn about Duke's Office of Durham and Community Affairs
Our programs serve the community to meet its priorities. Click the priority areas or explore all.
There are many ways we are Doing Good together
The Museum of Durham History captures the voices and stories of the people of Durham then and now.
Learn about the writing retreat on March 18th, 2022, hosted by the Community-Engaged Scholarship Collaborative.
The Duke University Provost's Office is now is now accepting requests for proposals. Triangle organizations can host a graduate student intern.
Duke Civic Engagement co-sponsors a writing retreat to support community engaged sponsorship across the state.
Duke has a part in helping tell the stories of Geer Cemetery, which was established in 1877 by African Americans born enslaved.
Duke staff and faculty have helped bring positive change to the community by contributing to Doing Good, Duke’s annual employee giving campaign.