Duke engineering students participate in a session of Thrive (EGR 79S) with instructor David Pittman (center).

September 16, 2019

Finding Purpose and Meaning in the First Year—and Beyond

For 50 first-year engineering students, a new course offers strategies and a supportive network to help them flourish in college and life.

Class of 2023 A. James Clark Scholars at Duke

September 12, 2019

Class of 2023 A. James Clark Scholars Arrive at Duke

Ten engineering students from seven states were selected for competitive scholarship program focused on leadership, service and entrepreneurship

An artist's drawing of a spindle of DNA tinged blue

September 12, 2019

Identifying the Epigenetic Fingerprints of Weapons of Mass Destruction

$38.8 million DARPA project taps Duke researchers to help develop genetic test for exposure to weapons of mass destruction

Rate of Change podcast artwork

September 10, 2019

Now on Your Smartphone: Duke Engineering’s New Podcast ‘Rate of Change’

Duke experts talk about engineering solutions for a fast-changing world

Student samples water in Kunshan

September 06, 2019

Duke CEE Students Examine Air and Water in China

Students traveled to Kunshan, China on a research trip led by civil and environmental engineering professor Mike Bergin

Computer image of the cradle for rare books designed by Duke Engineering first-year students.

September 04, 2019

'I Can Do This'—Duke’s First-Year Design Course Boosts Student Self-Efficacy

Two projects to emerge from Duke Engineering's First-Year Design course are patent-pending. Student surveys suggest the course also fosters teamwork, leadership and communication skills.

La Paz, Bolivia's Choqueyapu River. Photo by Lucas Rocha-Melogno

August 07, 2019

Studying Bioaerosols in Cities with Poor Sanitation

Duke One Health researchers conduct bioaerosol sampling in La Paz, Bolivia, to better understand pathogen exposure

Duke Engineering PhD student sampling well water in Durham

July 30, 2019

Interdisciplinary Graduate Student Team Tackles Water Quality

Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Interdisciplinary Network of Graduate Students group engages with research and local communities

Jeff Glass, professor of electrical and computer engineering

June 10, 2019

Glass Named Senior Associate Dean for Education & Learning Innovation at Duke Engineering

Glass will work to advance the school’s educational mission and enhance the student experience by providing coordinated oversight and strategic direction for its broad suite of undergraduate and master’s programs

greengineering brand icons

June 10, 2019

Duke Engineering Commits to Sustainability

A new effort called GREENgineering has made significant strides toward the goal of a more sustainable Duke Engineering

A female student with military gear and a smart phone walks ahead of several similarly dressed people carrying a stretcher

May 30, 2019

A Little Help From Civilians

Duke's new interdisciplinary Hacking for Defense class invites students and alumni to work on problems faced by the military