Duke Campus Club March 2020 Events
Duke Campus Club, a vibrant, inclusive and active organization for Duke-affiliated women, has two events scheduled for March:
Thursday, March 5, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Discover how to age with resilience at a presentation on “The Art of Bouncing Back.” Presented by Heather Whitson, director of the Center for Aging and Human Development at Duke Medical School, we will discuss how improving our physical, mental and emotional well-being impacts living a long, healthy, purposeful life.
The program, including a tour of the integrative medicine facility, is free to Duke Campus Club members, with an optional $15 lunch to follow.
Thursday, March 26, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Did you ever wonder how a dog thinks … or if your dog is a genius? Join us for a lively presentation by Vanessa Woods, a research scientist and Director of Duke Puppy Kindergarten at the Duke Canine Cognition Center, as well as co-author of the bestseller "The Genius of Dogs."
We’ll discuss the latest in canine cognition research, discover how dogs solve everyday problems, and even visit with some four-legged guests!
The program at Croasdaile Country Club (3800 Farm Gate Avenue, Durham) is free to Duke Campus Club members, with an optional $15 buffet lunch to follow.
Visit dukecampusclub.com or contact Karen by March 23 to register or be placed on the waitlist.
Duke Campus Club connects Duke University-affiliated women who are alumnae, OLLI participants, graduate students, trustees, volunteers, faculty, and university and health system staff, as well as Duke affiliates’ spouses/partners and family members.
For information about joining Duke Campus Club, visit dukecampusclub.com.