Do you teach at Duke University?

Do you want to learn about the ways identity and race impact your students, curricula, and classroom culture?

Join a small group of colleagues for a series of workshops and practicum that will enhance your understanding about identity, race, and racism and provide you the tools to address these issues in your classroom and curricula with confidence and knowledge. This is a one-year fellowship is open to anyone who teaches at Duke University. The program was developed by the Duke Human Rights Center in the Franklin Humanities Institute and is sponsored by the Office of the Provost and Trinity College of Arts & Sciences.

The program begins before classes resume. Apply before August 15. Learn more.