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Educational Excursions

Looking for a uniquely Duke learning experience? Explore our immersive programs, which put alumni behind the scenes at some of the most distinctive educational settings in the Duke universe. 

Marine Lab Weekend

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Next Event: October 25-27, 2019

Registration opens September 2.

The Oxford Experience

Explore Duke DaysIf you miss learning beneath Duke’s neo-Gothic spires, you’ll love our annual two-week experience at the University of Oxford. Enrich your mind as you explore the great works of literature, history and the humanities with Oxford tutors in the cradle of higher education. Learn more.

Next Event: September 2020.

Learn with Lemurs

A window to Madagascar awaits you at Duke’s hidden gem – the Duke Lemur Center. Our weekend programs offer an opportunity to get to know these athletic, social and surprisingly intelligent creatures and to learn about the biological conservation work that is essential to saving their natural habitat. Learn more.

Next Event: April 2020

Want to hear about registration or next event information first? Join our early interest list! To join, contact Shayla Battle at 919-684-3361 or education@daa.duke.edu and provide your full name, contact information, and which program (or programs) you are interested in.

Stay up-to-date on all the latest alumni education opportunities by signing up for the Forever Learning Newsletter and Duke Forever Learning Facebook Page.

Plus: Explore the world with Duke experts through our Duke Travels program.

The Duke Exclusive

Explore Duke DaysThe Duke Exclusive offers local alumni and university guests the chance to experience one-of-a-kind educational excursions only Duke can offer. Learn more.

Gardens Weekend

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At the heart of campus, with Sarah P. Duke Gardens, our weekend explores the arrival and purpose of the modern garden. Learn from our experts who curate the lush flora across Duke's 55 acres of specialized gardens, and hear guest lecturer Richard Bisgrove, world-renowned landscape designer and authority on garden history, share his rich knowledge. Learn more.

Next Event: TBD