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2012 Women's Weekend
February 23-26, 2012
Thank you to the more than 300 alumni, students, faculty, and friends who joined us on campus for this biennial Duke Women's Weekend, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Duke Women's Athletics and the merging of the Woman's College with Trinity College.
See a brief video recap and media coverage of the event.
View videos on some of the weekend's conversations:
Judy Woodruff WC’68, Hon’98 on the Woman’s College experience, moderated by Cynthia Brodhead, Office of the President.
Judy Woodruff WC’68, Hon’98 interviewing a panel of women who have witnessed and participated in the major disruptions and minor revolutions that have shaped the life of the institution. With Dr. Brenda Armstrong WC’70, H’79, professor, associate dean, and director of admissions at Duke’s School of Medicine, Allison Haltom WC’72, P’01, former university secretary, Duke University, and Sue Wasiolek T’76, G’78, L’93, assistant vice president of Student Affairs, and dean of students.
President Richard H. Brodhead in Conversation with Dean Nancy Andrews MD, Ph.D., vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean of the Duke University School of Medicine, and moderated by Donna Lisker, associate vice provost for undergraduate education.
In their own words: Alumnae of different generations talk about the challenges, joys, and successes they have experienced over the years at Duke. This is a preview of a longer video to come..
Wilhelmina Reuben-Cooke WC ’67, professor of law, University of the District of Columbia moderated a panel of women discussion Blue Devil Advocates – Alumnae who are shaking things up and taking down barriers, with Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito ’75, P’03, P’05, P’08, Janie Long M.Div.’81, director of The Center for LGBT Life, and Sally Robinson WC’55, P’78, P’81, P’84, GP’08, GP’11, trustee emerita. video coming soon
Nancy Hogshead '86,
Olympic Gold Medalist;
Senior Director of Advocacy, Women's Sports Foundation;
Professor of Law, Florida Coastal School of Law
Dean Nancy Andrews MD, PhD,
vice chancellor for academic affairs and dean of the Duke University School of Medicine
Eleanor Smeal WC'61, Hon'91, president, The Feminist Majority
Judy Woodruff WC'68, Hon'98,
Connecting the past, present, and future, the program focused attention on the achievements and concerns of women at Duke today. The weekend began with a welcome reception on the evening of Thursday, February 23, followed by leadership development sessions for volunteers on the morning of Friday, February 24, programs of interest to all, reunions of Duke women's athletes, and a gala celebrating Duke Women on Saturday, February 25.
|Event sponsored by the Duke Alumni Association, Duke Athletics, and|