- LifeScan’s Employee Resource Groups and the Community Relations Department Honored for their support of WISER.LifeScan of Johnson & Johnson was recognized with the Chairmen’s Award at the at the 2007 Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Summit on November 13, 2007. LifeScan has partnered with WISER to bring thousands of sanitary pads to school girls in Muhuru so that they will not have to miss school due to menstruation, which is the norm.
- The New York Times—Duke Seeks to Expand Service Work with students in Kenya
- The Christian Science Monitor—Colleges Stress Moral Leadership
- WISER Speaks at the United Nations—Andy Cunningham, Co-Founder of WISER, was invited to speak at the United Nations about WISER on the panel with Dr. Cream Wright, Chief Officer of Education at UNICEF and Dr. Esther Hyneman, Board Member, Women for Afghan Women, among others.
- WISER is featured on the UN Radio—A Girls’ Boarding School to be Built in Kenya with Help from Duke University Students
- Duke Journal of Public Affairs—Women at Risk: Gender Sensitive HIV/AIDS Policy – Claire Lauterbach
- iTorah – How Can I Grow WISER—Duke University student, Michael Arndt, inspires others to become engaged in international service and empowerment programs such as WISER
Duke University News
- Rose’s Story—WISER co-founder Dr. Rose Odhiambo featured in Duke Today.
- A Changing Culture–Dr. Sherryl Broverman’s guest column in the Duke Chronicle, published during WISER Week.
- Birth of WISER–Dr. Rose Odhiambo’s guest column in the Duke Chronicle, published during WISER Week.
- Stephen Lewis Inspires Students to Tackle AIDS, Gender Inequality— The DGHI recaps Stephen Lewis’s talk, which was co-sponsored by WISER Duke as part of WISER Week 2008.
- Duke’s Ties with Kenya Tested by Unrest–Duke Research Blog describes the effect of political instability in Kenya on groups with ties to the country, including WISER.
- Kenyan Peace Deal Received with Hope Among Duke Faculty–The Duke Global Health Institute reports on the response of faculty to the recently negotiated peace deal in Kenya.
- The Power of One—WISER Co-Founder Andy Cunningham is featured in Duke’s Towerview Magazine.
- Students Remember Victims of Kenyan Violence–Duke Today details the candlelight vigil organized by WISER.
- WISER Stands with Those Working for Peace in Kenya—WISER responds to DukeEngage’s decision to indefinitely postpone funding for Kenya programs.
- WISER Expands Past Duke—WISER is recognized by Kenyan Government as a Kenyan Non-Governmental Organization
- Projects Fuel Future Engagement—How WISER Changed Duke Senior April Edward’s Life
- WISER Takes Duke to Kenya, UN—WISER Duke students build global partnerships
- Duke Reviews Pilot Programs for DukeEngage, features WISER microfinance study
- Links from Duke to Kenya—Duke student Tyla Fowler is featured in DukeToday
- WISER Duke Students Win Kathryn Wasserman Davis 100 Projects for Peace Grant
- 6 Set to Summit Kilimanjaro to aid Kenyan School
- WISER Co-Founder Wins Truman Scholarship and plans to work at School in Kenya
Rutland Herald, Vermont USA
- Kenyan moves
- WISER Co-Founder Cunningham invited as youngest speaker in the history of Rutland High School to speak about school in Kenya
- WISER Co-Founder Inspires Rutland High School Graduates
- Rutland Herald Editor Recognizes Global Work of WISER in editorial
Pleasanton Weekly Paper
Online Blogs and Movies
- DukeEngage – Duke University Students write from Muhuru Bay, Kenya from Summer 2007
- WISER Introductory Movie on YouTube
- WISER Summer 2007 Movie on YouTube
- Sustainable Community Development: Does the University have a Role?Fall 2007 Duke University sponsored by Duke Global Health, UNC School of Public Health.
- Dr. Sherryl Broverman and Andy Cunningham present WISER plans for sustainability.
- What is Knowledge in the Service of SocietySpring 2007 Duke University, sponsored by Duke Kenan Institute for Ethics.
- Andy Cunningham presents about the role of translational learning in the development of WISER in Muhuru Bay, Kenya.
- Educating Women for a World in Crisis Fall 2006. Tulane University. Duke scholar Claire Lauterbach presents her research about girls’ education in Muhuru Bay and the development of WISER.