Duke Partners with NCCU, ECU to Assist Public Schools and the Communities They Serve
Duke, North Carolina Central University and East Carolina University are finding ways to bring their resources into North Carolina’s public school system. Together they have been selected by the Netter Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Pennsylvania to become its sixth regional technical training center for University-Assisted Community Schools.
The coalition will formally launch on Wednesday, Oct. 4, at noon. Faculty, staff and students from regional colleges and universities can join the coalition via virtual monthly network calls (Noon-1 p.m.). Information: https://southeastuacs.org/
The Trinity Curriculum Development Committee is committed to reviewing the structure and content of the curriculum that governs much of undergraduate education at Duke andproposing changes that speak to the interests and needs of our students in the coming decades.