What do the Global/Civic DAEs do?
The Global and Civic DAEs are committed to advancing the development of undergraduate students’ global awareness, citizenship and civic engagement with the humanities and sciences through one-on-one specialized advising. They support students as they integrate their academic interests with opportunities beyond the traditional classroom, and help them identify programs that best fit their interests and goals. They have broad and deep knowledge of the many opportunities for global and civic engagement at Duke, and are strong advising partners for students eager to explore these opportunities.
Sample of Programs and Opportunities: Bass Connections, DukeEngage, DukeImmerse, Study Away/ Abroad, volunteer and service learning opportunities, cross cultural experiences.
Global & Civic Opportunities DAEs
Opportunities for global and civic engagement at Duke—whether through formal programs such as Global Education (aka study abroad) Bass Connections and DukeEngage, through the curriculum, through service or through student organizations—are numerous and varied. DAEs enhance the role of academic advisors by serving as specialists in civic and global engagement. A DAE will guide you as you explore the options before you and plan for participation in your chosen activities.