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DukeEngage 2018 Winter Newsletter
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Alumni News
DukeEngage Alum Named to Forbes 30 Under 30
Lauren Moxley '12 was recognized for her work representing Microsoft in their U.S. Supreme Court case challenging the government's attempt to gain access to customer emails. Lauren, who worked with Rock the Vote for her DukeEngage project, is an associate at
Covington and Burling where she focuses on privacy, surveillance, and cybersecurity. She also hosts “The Ginsburg Tapes,” a podcast analyzing Justice Ginsburg's oral arguments before the Supreme Court in the 1970s.
 
How DukeEngage Changed McKenna Ganz's Career Path
Before participating in DukeEngage-Portland, McKenna Ganz '16 wanted to be an environmental lawyer. The eight-week experience with Crag Law helped her discover a passion for community advocacy and nonprofit development. After graduation, McKenna worked in development for Duke Press and the Denver Indian Family Resource Center. She is now the program administrator for The Eating Disorder Foundation
, a nonprofit devoted to helping people with eating disorders.
Where in the World is Eneka Lamb?
Eneka Lamb '14 is the latest DukeEngage alumni to be profiled in our "Where Are They Now?" series on the DukeEngage website. Starting with DukeEngage-Kenya, Eneka's passion for global health has taken her around the world. Since graduating, she's conducted medical education research at Duke-NUS in Singapore and volunteered at a hospital in Guyana with the Peace Corps. Eneka is now pursuing a graduate certificate in advanced biomedical sciences in Washington, DC. Tell us where you are and what you're doing!

 
Gifts that are Making a Difference
Yours -- Thank You!
As of today, 52 DukeEngage alumni have contributed more than $2,000 to the DukeEngage Opportunity Fund in 2018. That means you've funded 40 visa application fees, 4 plane tickets for US program participants, or immersion activities for an ENTIRE program! Your gifts--no matter the size--add up to make a big difference for DukeEngage. Thank you!

Can we hit 60 before 2019? Challenge accepted!

 
We're grateful to the program alumni who've made gifts to DukeEngage.
THANK YOU for giving back to the program!
(Learn more about giving to DukeEngage.)
News from DukeEngage HQ
Congrats to Our International Group Program Participants!
A total of 227 students have accepted our invitation to participate in group programs abroad this summer. The first round application deadline was Nov. 1; students were notified of their acceptance to the programs on Nov. 30. There are 21 international group programs planned for summer 2019. (The application deadline for U.S. group programs and independent projects is Jan. 23, 2019.)
Meet the Leaders of the New DukeEngage-Chicago Program
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Marc Anthony Neal and Dr. Kisha N. Daniels, who have proposed an exciting summer program that uses hip-hop culture, literacy, and audio engineering as pedagogical approaches to developing and engaging urban youth as educated agents in their communities. Read a short Q & A with Neal and Daniels about their plans for the upcoming summer.
DukeEngage Support for Undocumented/DACA Students
DukeEngage has become one of Duke University’s signature programs in part because the opportunity is open to all undergraduates who meet the program’s eligibility requirements. Undocumented and DACA students have participated in past summers, and we encourage undocumented and DACA students to continue to apply if they have an interest in an immersive summer of service. We are working with colleagues across the University to continue to serve and support ALL students who are eligible to participate in DukeEngage.
Student Showcase

The Duke Center for International Development (DCID) and the Duke University Center for International and Global Studies (DUCIGS) hosted the first annual Duke Conference on International Development in November. Several students shared information and data relating to their DukeEngage independent projects. Pictured above, Brian Grasso '19 (left) with his poster relating local health systems to economic development; Samhitha Sunkara '21 (middle) and Kimberly DelSignore '21 (right) with their poster describing work with micro-entrepreneurs. Read more. 

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