Connect and Network
The moment you graduate, you become part of a worldwide community of over 5,200 Korbel alumni. We help provide resources to ensure you can continue to create meaningful connections, both personal and professional, with your peers.
Korbel School alumni can advance their personal and professional goals through networking and we encourage you to participate in events in your area and online and to take advantage of DU's Alumni and Professional Development opportunities, as well as services offered by the Korbel School's Office of Career and Professional Development.
Korbel Alumni Groups
Give Back to Korbel
Many of our alumni donate their time to our Dine & Dialogue program, a conversational lunch that serves as a valuable learning opportunity for current students. By speaking with professionals and leaders in the field, students can envision their own professional paths and receive advice on how to turn aspirations into reality.
Korbel Opportunity Fund
Alumni also generously donate to the Korbel Opportunity Fund, a new benefit that provides need-based scholarship support to historically underrepresented students and international Korbel graduate students. Gifts of all amounts are appreciated.
Rice Visits Korbel School to discuss the New World (Dis)orderOn May 19, 2022 Korbel School students, faculty and staff enjoyed an exclusive event with Korbel School alumna and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Guests gather for 2022 Korbel Honors CeremonyThe night witnessed three awards given to worthy recipients: the Korbel Outstanding Teaching Award, the Korbel Distinguished Alumni Award, and the Josef Korbel Award.
Korbel School alumna on study abroad and graduating in the age of COVID-19For alumna Dana Parke, study abroad has opened doors since her time as an undergraduate student in Dakar, Senegal.