Experiential Education

The Office of Undergraduate Education's Experiential Education offices and programs purposefully engage with learners through direct experiences at home and abroad. Through these immersive engagement opportunities, OUE fosters curiosity, challenges student perspectives, clarifies values, and expands self-awareness. OUE's Experiential Education division also assists multiple units with risk mitigation and emergency management.

Amanda Kelso, Ed.D.
Assistant Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education and Executive Director of the Global Education Office
experientialed@duke.edu

Catherine Angst
Director of Communications,
Division of Experiential Education, Office of Undergraduate Education

Valerie Cullen
Academic and Enrollment Services Manager,
Division of Experiential Education, Office of Undergraduate Education

Experiential Education Offices and Programs

Duke Immerse

Duke Immerse is a semester-long program in which all courses are small seminars, interdisciplinary and build on a single theme. 

Office Contact
Morgan Barlow
Global Education Office

The Duke Global Education Office (GEO) offers international and U.S.-based study away opportunities granting academic credit towards graduation for students from any major. GEO manages a portfolio of 43 Duke-administered semester and summer study away programs directly involving Duke faculty, and liaises with universities and providers for over 130 external programs approved for transfer credit. 

Office Contact
Global Education Office
919-684-2174
Undergraduate Health and Safety Support

Undergraduate Health and Safety Support assists OUE units in their global risk mitigation efforts, and provides emergency management support for OUE faculty, staff, and undergraduate students in the field.

Office Contact
Shawn Lenker