April 2017 Alumni Newsletter


Alumni-in-Residence Program Brings Nic Alums Back to Campus to Share Their Experience
Becca Madsen at Alumni-in-ResidenceOne of the Nicholas School’s greatest strengths is the willingness of our alumni to assist current students. A great way to get involved is through the school’s Alumni-in-Residence Program, which brings Nicholas and Duke graduates back to campus for 2-3 days to share their expertise and advice with students in workshops, classes and training sessions. Click here to learn more >>
Alumni Council Fellows Developing Alumni-Student Mentoring Program
Every year, the Nicholas School Alumni Council competitively selects a handful of Alumni Council Fellows from the current student body in recognition of their exemplary leadership, career and professional development, and engagement with the alumni community. Click here to learn more >>
Nic Students Receive University Award for Contributions to Duke
diego and briannaEach year, Duke University recognizes a cadre of graduating students from across campus who embody the “Forever Duke” spirit. Click here to learn more >>
Spring Event Roundup
alumni reunion weekendIt’s been a wild and wonderful time at the Nicholas School! And with commencement just around the corner, there’s more to come. Click here for spring highlights>>
Enter the I am Duke Environment Spring Photo Contest
All members of the Nicholas School community, including donors, are invited to participate in the I am Duke Environment Spring 2017 Photo Contest and share how YOU are representing Duke Environment. Click here to learn more >>
Duke LGBTQ Network Seeks Survey Input
The Duke LGBTQ Network has set a goal to increase the diversity and membership of its broader alumni group, and is seeking input via an online membership survey to establish a baseline understanding of the alumni community’s identities and help set diversity goals. If you identify as a member of the LGBTQ community, please take a few minutes to fill out the survey and/or share with fellow Duke alumni who may identify with this community.



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