Alumni

Connections Forged, For a Lifetime

Connections forged at Duke last. Our graduates join a global community that provides lifelong support.

Duke’s authentic connections with 17,000-plus graduates endure and deepen over time—evidenced by alumni mentorship of today’s students and an uncommonly high rate of annual giving.

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Give to the Annual Fund

Support need-based financial aid, teaching and mentoring, and hands-on design learning. Or make a gift that can be applied to any vital need. 

Engineering students at Duke University
Stephanie Gloster

I give to the Engineering Annual Fund to help students who may not have the financial means to attend Duke. I want them to have the same opportunity that I had to live out my dreams of attending Duke and graduating with a degree in biomedical engineering.

Stephanie Gloster Class of 1996
Sydney Hunt, left, and Deborah Liu at Duke University
Duke Pratt School of Engineering’s Women’s Impact Network (WIN) held a reception and book discussion on Thursday, November 10, 2022 with alum Deborah Liu for her book “Take Back Your Power: 10 New Rules for Women at Work”. Sydney Hunt, a senior majoring in ECE, interviewed Liu.

Mentor a Student

Mentorship matters. More than 400 alumni have been carefully matched as one-on-one mentors for our current students. We’re recruiting alumni mentors now.

Join the Engineering Alumni Council

Every team requires leadership, and our Engineering Alumni Council represents the leaders among our global community of graduates. Its members play vital roles in a continuous vibrant exchange of ideas with faculty, students and senior leaders.

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Jessica Foley

I want to help students explore and develop their passion, so they can truly make a positive impact in people’s lives.

Jessica Foley Class of 2001
Program cover for an alumni award event
Duke University Pratt School of Engineering held the Engineering Alumni Awards Banquet on Friday, April 26, 2019 in the Ambassador’s Ballroom at the Washington Inn & Golf Club.

Recognize Distinguished Alumni

If you’ve crossed a signature bridge, sent a secure text or taken wise counsel from a tech-savvy legal team, you’ve likely experienced the high-impact work of our someone who earned an engineering degree at Duke. Each year, we honor extraordinary members of our alumni community.

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Recruit Duke Students

Our immersive TechConnect recruiting events are great opportunities to scout exceptional engineering talent.

Alumni Relations Team

Robert Carr Jr. Profile Photo
Robert Carr Jr. Profile Photo

Robert Carr Jr.

Senior Associate Dean for Development and Alumni Affairs

Pamela Hanson Profile Photo
Pamela Hanson Profile Photo

Pamela Hanson

Director, Annual Fund

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Kim Davis Profile Photo

Kim Davis

Project Coordinator