What do the Global/Civic DAEs do?
There's currently just one Global and Civic DAE so it may take longer than usual to schedule an appointment. There will be no appointments available in December.
The Global and Civic DAEs are committed to advancing the development of undergraduate students' global awareness, citizenship, and civic engagement through one-on-one specialized advising. They help you integrate your academic interests with opportunities beyond the classroom, and help you identify programs that best fit your interests and goals. The Global and Civic DAEs have broad knowledge of the many varied opportunities for engagement at Duke, and are strong advising partners for students eager to explore these opportunities. Read their biographies before scheduling an appointment - each DAE brings their own global and civic experiences to every advising meeting.
Sample Programs and Opportunities
- Top Ten Global/ Civic Programs
- Bass Connections
- Study Away/ Abroad
- Volunteer and service learning opportunities
- Cross cultural experiences
There are five different types of Global and Civic DAE meetings
- Exploratory - Discover the myriad opportunities and programs at Duke. Especially recommended for first-year students.
- Four-Year Planning - Discuss how your multiple co-curricular pursuits can fit into your four years at Duke, often incorporating study away and summer programs.
- Pre-Departure - Begin preparing for a study away program, DukeEngage, or other international or domestic experience off campus.
- Post-Participation Reflection - Reflect on your international and domestic experience after you return to campus.
- Senior Exit Interviews - Before you graduate, take some time to reflect on your time at Duke, and begin fine-tuning the narrative that will inform the future.