Young Alumni Announcements




May 9, 2024

Congratulations -- you did it! On behalf of Duke First, a community of first-generation and low-income students-turned alums, we are celebrating this moment with you. After getting into Duke, choosing to make it your home, and navigating through your program here, you’re now becoming an alum.

May 9, 2024

On February 17, just under 200 First-Generation/Low-Income students, alumni, faculty, and staff came together for our 2nd Annual Duke First Resilience Dinner. It was an evening of good food, shared experiences, amazing connections, and exciting raffle prizes.

 

April 19, 2021

Five Duke students have been honored with the annual DeWitt Wallace Center awards for excellence in journalism.

Sanford School of Public Policy

October 29, 2020

Sanford alumni serve in a variety of ways. You are invited to volunteer in critical roles that will contribute to the growth, leadership and future of our program and the world. Check out the variety of opportunities available here: https://sanford.duke.edu/connect/alumni-friends/volunteer

Dean Kelley

October 28, 2020

"Public policy has never been more essential to tackle the world’s greatest challenges," writes Dean Judith Kelley in Sanford's 2020 Annual Report.  The Sanford Annual Report is available online (and it’s much more interesting than your typical annual report!) https://sites.sanford.duke.edu/annualreport/

Ibrahim Maali.

July 24, 2019

A Duke course with Grammy-winning producer 9th Wonder and sociologist Dr. Mark Anthony Neal inspired Ibrahim Maali to create Solidarity Studios, a mobile music production arm for artistically-oriented community groups who wish to incorporate original music.

September 5, 2018

Are you a young alum (22-35) and interested in getting involved with planning programming for you and your peers in DC? Join the DukeDC Young Alumni Committee! For questions or more information, contact Dan Nolan

Committee Sign Up Here