Duke Women's Health and Wellness Weekend - Oct. 26-27

September 26, 2007Duke Law News

All Duke alumnae are invited back to campus October 26-27, 2007, for two days of enlightenment, interaction and reflection. Sponsored by the Duke Alumni Association and the Duke Women's Center, Women's Health and Wellness Weekend provides a great opportunity to:

  • Learn from top experts and panels about health issues specific to women
  • Connect with other Duke alumnae and Duke’s leading experts on women’s health
  • Hear an update on the Duke Women’s Initiative from President Richard H. Brodhead.

Law alumnae attending the weekend are invited to join current Law students and local Law alumnae for dinner on Saturday, October 27 (5:30 - 7:30 p.m.) at Tosca Ristorante Italiano & Wine Bar (604 W. Morgan St.). Appetizers and drinks provided.

For more information on the weekend - including a complete schedule of events, online registration and hotel information - visit www.dukealumni.com/alumnae. Registration/meal fees range from $50 to $130.

For questions about the Duke Law dinner at Tosca, contact Melanie Burkett, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations.

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