Duke Campus Club is a vibrant, inclusive and active organization connecting Duke-affiliated women who are employees, spouses of employees, alumnae, OLLI participants, Duke volunteers, and family members.
High-profile speakers, behind-the-scenes tours, excursions, and an annual trip are on the event calendar. Members can also choose from more than 30 interest groups, such as book clubs, museum and music appreciation, gallery tours, gourmet cooking, games, hiking, running, bowling and much more.
Activities are held during the daytime, evening and weekends to fit busy schedules. A no-pressure participation approach allows members to select based on individual schedule. Annual membership dues for Campus Club are $25.
On Tap for February
On Thursday, Feb. 9, at 10 a.m., Duke Campus Club will host a talk by Mary Cummings, PhD, Director of the Humans and Autonomy Lab & Duke Robotics in West Union at Duke University: “Are Robots Going to Take Over Your Job?”
On Sunday, Feb. 12, at 11:30 a.m., Duke Campus Club will host a sports program in Scharf Hall at Duke University. The program will include a panel discussion with Duke athletes and coaches (featuring new softball head coach Marissa Young), a buffet lunch, and a screening of a Duke women’s basketball game (v. Pittsburgh).
New and prospective members are invited to mix and mingle at a Duke Campus Club reception, Monday Feb. 13, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., at Parizade restaurant, 2200 W. Main Street, Durham. This is a great chance to visit with members and to get acquainted with the many interest groups offered. After Hours members can RSVP to Jean Carden. All others please contact Andrea Erwin.
Members can find more information about February events on the Duke Campus Club website.