Keeping the Duke Spirit Alive

Current Ogilvy CommonHealth Medical Education’s senior medical director, Craig Gelband, attended Duke University as an undergraduate. A biology major, Craig Gelband was also involved with various extracurricular activities as well as intramural sports while in attendance at Duke.

The Duke Alumni Association serves to keep the Duke spirit strong long after graduation. The association organizes events that members can attend in order to catch up with former classmates and other professionals in the Duke family. The major annual social events are reunions, while others include learning and travel programs in different parts of the country. In addition, alumni can stay in touch with fellows using resources like the powerful online networking tools and online directory the alumni association offers.

Aside from connecting with other alumni, being a member of the association has additional perks, like full privileges at Divinity School Library and Perkins Library system, free admission to the Duke Art Museum, and free visits to selected gyms, among other benefits. With more than 140,000 members, there is no better way for Duke University graduates to enrich their professional network than becoming a member of the Duke Alumni Association.