Over 3,000 Duke alumni building a community of impact in the Triad area
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Duke Triad works to keep the nearly 3,000 Duke alumni in the Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point area connected with each other and with Duke.
By working collaboratively with all of Duke’s schools, affinity and identity groups, and university groups, Duke Triad creates a comprehensive Duke presence in the Piedmont area. We plan and host Duke-wide signature events, educational and social programs, and networking opportunities across multiple industries. We gather to learn, to celebrate the achievements of Duke and its alumni, to participate in civic-engagement programs in our community, to welcome new Duke alumni, to interview prospective students and more.
Events in the region include:
- Regular events around key programs such as Duke Alums Engage
- Duke Alumni Association signature events such as the Forever Duke Send-off Party
- and much more
How to get involved:
Update your contact information: Alumni automatically receive updates about Duke Alumni regional groups based on the address we have on record. If you’re not hearing about activities where you live, update your contact information in your profile.
Attend an event: Find a social, cultural or educational event on our calendar and sign up. You’ll meet interesting people with all different kinds of Duke backgrounds, but who share your desire to stay connected to Duke.
Interview prospective students: (Alumni Admissions Advisory Committees)
Visit the contacts tab to find your AAAC chairperson.
- High Point/Lexington
Volunteer! We need your help to create an active and dynamic region. Nearly 10,000 Duke alumni participate in projects that support Duke’s academic mission, placing Duke’s knowledge, influence and insight in service of society and enriching their own lives in the process.
Duke Programs in the Region
Duke Alums Engage
DAE extends Duke’s commitment to knowledge in service to society to the alumni community. Local events include the Duke Alums Engage Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center and Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Winston-Salem; and the Greensboro Housing Coalition.
Duke Admissions Officers make repeated visits to the area each fall and spring for admissions information sessions that are open to prospective students and their families.
Duke Development (Duke Forward)
Development hosts multiple events and activities in the region including Annual Fund events, major gifts events, Parents committee events, pre-reunion events, among others.