Sullivan Connections

The Sullivan Foundation offers programming, events and resources to help university faculty/staff and students lead changemaking efforts on their campuses and in their communities. Check back regularly to learn about our latest initiatives to help our partner schools make a lasting social impact.

John Amodeo, One of Three Duke Sullivan Award Recipients, Teaches Children's Ministry in Durham

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Amodeo also volunteers at a vaccination clinic, while Tatayana Richardson mentors students for success and Dr. Anika Lucas provides implicit bias training to nephrologists and performs service work in Kenya.

The Summer of Sullivan: Summer Workshops for Leadership and Transformative Action Kick off May 18

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The 10-day workshop experience, taking place May 18-28, will reenergize college students' passion for changemaking and community leadership after a long, challenging pandemic year.

UA Sullivan Award Recipients Focus on Food Insecurity, Dangers of Drug and Alcohol Addiction

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Caitlyn McTier was in the fourth grade when she started an anti-hunger nonprofit for her fellow students, while Eric Harrison, a recovering addict, created an organization to help children of addicted parents.

Next Skills-Based Session: How to Prioritize Your Mental Health to Create Real Impact

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The free virtual session, led by Reagan Pugh and his team of changemaking coaches, takes place at 10 a.m. (ET) on Friday, April 23.

Troy University Recognizes Three Changemakers With Sullivan Awards

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Students Oshea Beckford and Martavious Ginyard and instructor Annie Percy received the prestigious award for outstanding service in their communities.

Next Skills-Based Session: Personal Storytelling and Enlisting Others in Your Cause

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In the Sullivan Foundation's next skills-based masterclass on Wednesday, April 21, Reagan Pugh and a stellar team of coaches help students answer the question, "What are your plans after college?"