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Engaging Duke Women
Forging bonds with dedicated,
inspiring Duke women
Women have contributed to the life of Duke since the 19th century, helping the university ascend to become one of the worlds' great educational and research institutions. In recent decades, several initiatives by and for women have flourished at Duke. Duke Women's Studies researches and teaches gender issues, and the Women's Center supports and empowers Duke women on campus. The Women's Initiative has engaged the highest ranking leaders of Duke to identify and remove lingering barriers to full equality of opportunity.
None of it could have happened without the support and involvement of Duke's alumnae. Whenever you have engaged in active and meaningful ways, Duke has benefitted. So we seek to draw you closer, help you build even more personal ties to the university, and learn, lead and mentor new generations. We want to connect you to undergraduates through the Baldwin Scholars program, which encourages students to become leaders shaping campus culture, and the Moxie Project, which helps them lead social change through a year of education and a summer internship of action. We want you to mentor a young woman at Duke and expand her conception of what's possible.
We invite you to meet, get to know and support other Duke alumnae near you through the regional network for your area, and, in select cities, Duke Women's Forum. Women have always been crucial to the advancement of Duke University. Will you share with us in this tradition?