What’s New With Student U

Angela Ray: Outsiders Art Helps Student U Raise Funds

The Herald-Sun The Outsiders Art and Collectibles Gallery opened in the fall last year. Since its first open house, along with showcasing a number of talented artists, the gallery has hosted several special events. On Wednesday, the Outsiders Art Gallery hosted a fundraiser for Student U. Continue...

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An Evening Of Fund-Raising For Student U

Live Music by Mariah Young Jones, The Blue Tailed Skinks, and Lizzy Ross Outsiders Art & Collectibles hosts a fund-raising open house for Student U to celebrate and support Student U’s year-round programs. This event is free and open to the public. Continue reading the story here....

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‘Student U’ Wraps Up

The Herald-Sun Most middle school students never face singing college students, drummers, exuberant high-fives and hugs while getting off the morning bus. Continue reading the article here....

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Student U Pairs Teens With College Students

Philanthropy Journal DURHAM, N.C. -- After his freshman year at Duke University, Dan Kimberg spent the summer working in New Orleans for Breakthrough Collaborative, a national organization that teams college students with middle-school students for summer programs. Continue reading the article here....

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Student U Housing Authority Grab 346K In Dropout Grants

The Herald-Sun DURHAM -- Two Durham organizations will use state dropout prevention grants to build on their existing work. Student U, a program aimed at helping public school students enter college, and the Durham Housing Authority won grants of $171,000 and $175,000, respectively. The North Carolina Department...

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My Experience At Student U

Duke Engage Newsletter This was my second year at Student U.  Each summer I go to Student U and am taught by really fun and really smart college students.  During the school year, I get to keep working with the same college students.  They help me...

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School of Education Partners To Advance Student U

UNC School of Education The School of Education is stepping up to help an academic enrichment program in the Durham community flourish and achieve its mission. Through the participation of our faculty on the Advisory Board and our undergraduate students as teachers and mentors, our School...

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Student U Individualization

UNC Robert E. Bryan Fellowship This summer, I worked with 100 rising sixth and seventh graders from the Durham Public Schools. The students were chosen by their guidance counselors, principals and teachers based on their academic and financial needs. Continue reading the article here....

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