The Duke Authenticity Project (DAP) - DAP is a collaboration between the first year residential campus and Duke's Center for Leadership Development and Social Action, which attempts to guide student exploration about how students' personal commitment to authenticity is the core to their ability to lead, and lead well.
- Audience: First-year students.
- When: Academic Year - both fall and spring semesters.
- Frequency: Fall Retreat (4 hours in afternoon), a series of three follow up, 1 hour-long small group discussions following the retreat that occur throughout the academic year (one in the fall semester, two in the spring semester).
- Approximate Number of Participants: 25-40 participants.
- Focus of Retreat: Student facilitated workshops that focus mostly on discussions about knowing one's authentic self, being authentic in relationships, and being an authentic leader.
Funding & Operations
The Project is a collaboration between the first year residential campus and Duke's Center for Leadership Development and Social Action.
- External Support: None
- Operations: Operating budget of $4,000.