Women's Empowerment


Fall 2019

Mondays, 6:30-8pm, LSDA (Leadership for Development and Social Action in Few Quad)

This house course aims to help undergraduate women develop the self-confidence, experience, and skills to rethink campus culture and group norms. They will serve as exemplars of strong, smart women leaders, and will graduate prepared to play a significant role in society, regardless of their chosen career paths. This course is modeled after the objectives of the Baldwin Scholars Program and is designed to spread its mission with the larger Duke population.

  • Ceren Ebrem, ce75@duke.edu
  • Sujal Manohar, sm564@duke.edu
  • Mannat Bakshi, mb468@duke.edu
  • Sarah Schott, Mathematics
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