Engineering Alumni Association
The mission of the Engineering Alumni Association is to advance the cause of engineering education, to promote the interests of and loyalty for the Duke University School of Engineering, and to promote a spirit of cordiality, mutual acquaintances, good fellowship and communication among the members of the Association.
Become a Member
The Association has three main focuses: supporting extracurricular student projects; recognizing outstanding alumni and those who serve our school through our annual awards program; and facilitating continuing engagement of Pratt alumni with the school.
Engineering Alumni Association Dues are $35 a year. Dues are spent by the Engineering Alumni Council to sponsor alumni receptions, speakers and open houses to forge connections between the alumni, students and faculty; provide the primary support for engineering student projects, enabling a richer and more fulfilling educational experience for dozens of students; host of the annual Awards Banquet and determine each year’s Distinguished Alumnus, Distinguished Young Alumnus and Distinguished Service awards.
The Engineering Alumni Council
The Engineering Alumni Council is responsible for executing the mission of the association. Learn more about what members do, how to get involved, and who is currently part of the council.
Letter from the President
Will Gardner E’09, G’11 is president of the Pratt Engineering Alumni Council.