Dr. Erin Myln, executive director of DukeEngage, has been appointed to a new post, Assistant Vice Provost for Civic Engagement, in which he will guide university-wide civic engagement efforts. The Duke Office of Civic Engagement (DOCE), formerly known as the Duke Center for Civic Engagement (DCCE), will be the hub for coordinating and amplifying existing and new civic engagement activities. Megan Granda, executive director of DCCE, will assume a new title as DOCE director, and will work closely with Mlyn, as will Robert Korstad, professor of public policy and history, who will chair a faculty board for the DOCE. In addition, a newly constituted University Council on Civic Engagement, which will include advisory roles for key Duke civic and service-focused campus organizations. Korstad will chair the council. Elaine Madison, who serves as associate director for Programs, Strategy and Assessment at DukeEngage and the director of the Duke University Community Service Center, will take on the additional role of executive director of the council.
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