Through DukeEngage at Duke University, Grace Mok discovered more about herself – and deepened her commitment to serve others.
Robb Webb, director of The Duke Endowment’s Rural Church program area, discusses our support for rural congregations in North Carolina and the communities they serve.
A new training program is helping foster parents find ways to support the special needs of children in their care.
Twenty-nine hospitals in the Carolinas are improving patient care through a business transformation practice called Lean.
Two communities -- one in Charlotte, one in Spartanburg -- take a holistic, systematic approach to neighborhood redevelopment. The place-based initiatives could offer a model for healing poverty-stricken communities.
At Furman University, the James B. Duke Scholarship helps attract high achieving students – and provide ways for them to flourish.
The Duke Endowment and the Sisters of Charity Foundation are working together to support the unique challenges faced by kinship care families.
The Convocation on the Rural Church gives clergy from United Methodist churches in North Carolina a chance to grow, learn and replenish.
Hang Chen, dean of the College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at Johnson C. Smith University, urges students to challenge barriers and become “change agents” in the field of STEM.
An innovative effort connects communities with health care providers to help children who have developed obesity receive clinical care and support.
By serving rural congregations in North Carolina, field education students gain real-world experience outside the classroom and provide churches with much-needed help.