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Information For Alumni, Faculty, and Staff

Stay in Touch, Get Involved

We appreciate the alum, faculty and staff who support CSGD through their time, talent, gifts and thoughts. If you need information, start here.

The Accomplice Crew

Join the CSGD's Accomplice Crew, a newsletter sent once a semester to keep alumnx and supporters updated on our progress, happenings, and impact. For questions and concerns, please email

Duke Alums

Welcome back to Duke! The Duke LGBTQ Network is the official LGBTQ affinity group of Duke Alumni Relations.

The Center is proud to host two alumnx receptions each year. Please read more about these events on our Annual Programs page.

We would like to thank all of the amazing alumnx's who Support the Center!

Faculty and Staff

The LGBT Employee group seeks to connect LGBT Faculty and Staff at Duke. To add yourself to the LGBT Employee listserv, please visit the homepage.

Working at Duke

WorkOUT: The Duke Faculty and Staff LGBTQ Affinity Group
The mission of WorkOUT: Duke's LGBTQ Affinity Group is to build connections between LGBTQ staff and faculty across campus in order to better support each other and the students we serve. We currently meet for Third Thursday lunches on campus and occasional weekend social events. Discussions of additional group activities (hikes, movies, lectures, etc) are in the works. If you are interested in participating in any of our events, please join our SYMPA mailing list: lgbtq-faculty-staff, and/or email to request to be added to our private Facebook page.

End of Year Faculty and Staff Social: TBD


Triangle Residents

For members of the Duke community who are interested in getting involved in the local community or looking for community resources, we recommend visiting the LGBTQ Center of Durham's website to visit their Resources page.

LGBTQ Center of Durham

Duke Clinical Research Institute Employee LGBTQIA+ and Allies PRIDE Group DCRI PRIDE

A Duke Clinical Research Institute Employee Resource Group (ERG) committed to increasing awareness, addressing LGBTQ+ issues, and advocating for civil and human rights in the DCRI community and beyond.