Dean's Update to Fuqua Alumni Community
On July 14 and 16, Dean Bill Boulding will share important updates with Fuqua alumni. The content for each one-hour session will be similar. He will share recent program innovations, COVID-19’s impact on Fuqua, why racial equity commitments matter for business schools, how alumni can support the school, and more.
22,368 living alumni
13% live outside the United States
46 median age
1,100 new alumni each year
Join the Fuqua Alumni LinkedIn Group
With more than 13,000 members, the Fuqua Alumni LinkedIn Group is a great way to make new connections and seek input from the Fuqua alumni community. Whether you're looking for business advice, hoping to connect with fellow alumni in your industry, or re-connecting with classmates and friends, this closed group is a great place to chat among friends near and far.
Jonathan Chou MBA ’99, P '18
Caitlyn Clarke MMS ’11
Echo Hindle-Yang MBA ’10
Blake Long AB ’82, MD ’86, MBA ’15, HS ’92-’92, P ’09, P ’12, P ’14
Amy McKeag AB ’98, MBA ’06
Uche Osuji BSE ’95, MBA ’01
Kathleen Scheessele MBA ’95, P ’93, P ’97
Molly Germanese AB ’11, MMS ’12
Alumni will now use the Duke OneLink system to access the Fuqua alumni directory, class notes, career webinars, and other password-protected sections of the alumni website. You can also use your new OneLink account to save time on Duke’s online giving page and to join a regional group, volunteer with Duke, explore affinity and industry groups, and more on the Duke alumni website!
Associate Dean Hank Woods provides an update on how Fuqua is responding to COVID-19 and maintaining its Team Fuqua community.
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