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Medical Physics with Habitat for Humanity

Duke Medical Physics Program students and faculty members participated in community outreach event, Habitat for Humanity in Durham, NC. Per Ala Amini, second year MS student and Students Leadership Administrative Council (SLAC) Outreach Coordinator, it was a great opportunity for MedPhys volunteers who helped with building the deck of a family’s house that were truly excited to finally become homeowners for the first time. The presence of the family, while the deck was being constructed, made the experience even more rewarding and memorable.

Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home, and believes that affordable housing plays a critical role in keeping a community strong and stable.