Serve Where You Are
Several hundred Duke alumni turned out to help their communities during Duke Alums Engage week in late April. Nearly sixty cities hosted DAE events this year, including international events in England and Singapore—making it the largest in DAE’s history. Alumni participated in projects such as preparing and distributing food, leading free health clinics, organizing day camps for children, and more. See what alumni did throughout the week on the DAE Facebook page.
Follow Us on Instagram
Missing campus? You can see it all the time on Instagram. Just download the app and follow Duke Alumni. You’ll see beautiful photos from around campus, updates on campus construction projects, and pictures from DAA events around the country.
Regional Spotlight: Duke Alumni in Northern California
Alumni in the Bay Area got a crash course on creativity from Stanford neuroscientist Tina Seelig, author of sixteen brain games and books on creativity and popular science. Seelig encouraged participants to spark ingenuity through simple thought exercises. One tip: Reading jokes can help you frame questions that have more impact.
Use Your Benefits: Back to the Gym
Did you know alumni get five free visits to Duke’s Wilson and Brodie gyms? The visits are included on your Duke Alumni card, so bring it with you the next time you’re on campus and enjoy a workout on us.