News

Graduate students learn system dynamics

June 25, 2018

Learning System Dynamics to Support Policy Research, No Advanced Math Required

The Modeling Health & Environment Graduate Working Group trains graduate students to use software to build graphically complex models

Bill Walker and Steve McClelland headshots

June 21, 2018

The Next Big Thing: A Conversation with Steve McClelland and Bill Walker

How two Pratt graduates are helping put Duke innovators on the map

One of the first-year design teams works to develop a new model for training nurses how to insert a needle to draw blood.

May 29, 2018

Duke Engineering Design Class and Pod

From the 2018 DukEngineer Magazine, a new first-year student experience is catching positive reviews from its first semesters

crowd from STEM Day at Duke on stairway

May 24, 2018

Girls STEM Day @ Duke Fuels the STEM Pipeline

More than 100 Triangle Women in STEM professionals showed more than 100 girls and their parents that a career in STEM is within their grasp

wave crashing into lighthouse

May 23, 2018

Risky Business

Mark Borsuk brings expertise in assessing and mitigating risk to Duke Engineering and the university at large

Ana Barros with weather station

May 18, 2018

Predicting Weather with Big Data

Ana Barros talks about working with big data in environmental fields before the term even existed and how her work has evolved over the years

Interior of The Chesterfield, a former cigarette factory transformed into a major new space in downtown Durham, NC, for medical and engineering research and entrepreneurship.

May 15, 2018

The Chesterfield Re-Engineered: Collaborative Space for High-Impact Discovery and Entrepreneurship Opens

Collaborative ties between Duke University’s schools of engineering and medicine, and between Duke and its hometown, are stronger than ever with the opening of The Chesterfield.

Duke Engineering students take a selfie during Commencement 2018

May 11, 2018

Duke Engineering Celebrates Class of 2018

Duke Engineering recognized more than 600 undergraduate and graduate engineering students at a series of ceremonies and celebrations during the 2018 commencement weekend, May 11-13

destroyed  buildings

April 30, 2018

Saving Lives in Nepal’s Next Big One

Duke Engineering senior Pratiksha Sharma is leading an effort to install a nationwide earthquake early warning system in her home country

Megan O'Connor in the lab

April 25, 2018

Alumni Profile: Megan O'Connor

CEE PhD graduate Megan O'Connor is starting a business to recycle rare earth and specialty elements from end-of-life electronic devices through Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Innovation Crossroads program

Pages