Welcome to the Duke LGBT Network
The Duke LGBT Network is an organization dedicated to serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community of the University. The Network welcomes alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends of Duke.
The Network's purposes include:
· Building connections among Duke's LGBT community and its allies
· Maintaining and expanding the network of LGBT alumni
· Advocating for a non-discriminatory and diverse academic, living and working environment at Duke
· Supporting the Center for LGBT Life and its affiliated student groups through programming and networking
· Providing professional and social opportunities for LGBT members of the Duke community around the world
There are lots of exciting things happening with members of our Network! Learn more below!
Safe travels and good luck to LGBT Network President, Kyle Knight '08 as he travels to Nepal for a year on a Fulbright Scholarship to study LGBT Life in Nepal. Read about his recent visit to Nepal during the 2011 census, the first census in the world to allow people to self-identify as male, female or third gender.
Congratulations to Maneesh Goyal '07 for being one of five national finalists for Entrepreneurs Magazine nationwide search for Entrepreneur of the Year! Vote for him here!
Looking for an end of summer read? Check out Complete Gay & Lesbian Manners: The Definitive Guide to LGBT Life by alum and Network member Steven Petrow '78.
Live in DC? Join us for our next Networking Mixer at the home of Fred Steckler '83 and Robert Murphy! Register NOW for this FREE event!
Want to help an Elon student with her thesis on LGBT History at Duke? Contact Jess McDonald or visit our Networking page for more information!
Hear what LGBT students are doing at Duke today! Visit their Blog - BlueDevilsUnited!