Dear WISER supporters, The WISERBridge program has been selected as a finalist for Ashoka Changemaker's competition "Champions of Quality Education in Africa"! If selected as one of the top 3, WISERBridge receives $5,000 and lots of exposure about how the…Read More

Make History in Muhuru Bay, Kenya this Week!

Hi WISER Family! I am sorry if I have already emailed you individually or reached you by group email, but this coming Thanksgiving is just too important to miss what's happening here on the ground in Muhuru Bay, Kenya. I am writing this email from…Read More

Vote for WISER in the Webby Awards!

Hey All! I am very excited to announce that the WISER website has just been named one of the top five finalists for the Webby Award - one of the highest awards for online web design. We are in competition for the 'People's Choice Award'. And all it requires…Read More

THURSDAY 6-7 pm Headmistress of Oprah's School: Joan Countryman

Joan Countryman, the Headmistress of Oprah Winfrey's Leadership Academy in South Africa will be speaking at Duke this THURSDAY 6-7pm in the Gothic Reading Room in Perkins. Joan was the first African American student to graduate from Philadelphia's Germantown…Read More

Hoops for Hope in Kenya and Great Kenyan Food on the Plaza- TUESDAY

Come out TOMORROW and support Kenya as it recovers from post-election violence! WISER will be serving Kenyan food for donations and hosting a shoot-out as part of GTHC week. Come see if you can make more shots in a row than other Dukies! There will be great…Read More

Kenyan Elections Update 1-01-08

Dear Friends. I am sure you are aware of the current political turmoil in Kenya. If you have read any of the news commentaries you have heard Kenya described as one of the most stable and successful countries in East Africa. Most people who know Kenya well…Read More

Donating and the Giving Challenge

Hey y'all, Here's the scoop on the giving challenge. As of now we will not be able to participate because there is no way for funds given to Duke through Facebook to be funnelled into the WISER account because the Causes application has no space for notes…Read More
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