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The HaBaby team waits to make their pitch: Shantanu Sharma, Andrew Huang, Adia Coley and Priyanka Vennkanagari. Photo by Katherine Black.

February 20, 2017

MEM Student Sharma and Team Vie for Hult Prize

An MEM student is headed to San Francisco to take part in a regional competition for the Hult Prize, one of the world's top social entrepreneurship prizes. Shantanu Sharma and three undergraduates bested four other teams in the second round of judging at Duke to advance directly to the San [...]

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November 13, 2014

Alum Start-up Spreads Happiness

November 14 is Children's Day in India. MEM alum Harsimarbir Singh’s start-up, Whoopiee, recently launched a Free Hugs campaign to bring awareness to the 31 million orphans in India.   http://youtu.be/W5vKtJ8nJG4

November 07, 2014

MEM/MEng Staff Wins Duke Halloween Photo Contest

  Duke Engineering’s staff dominoes lined up 333 votes to win the grand prize in the 4th annual Working@Duke Blue Devil Halloween Photo Contest. The photo of Duke Engineering Professional Masters Programs staffers dressed in black clothes with white Styrofoam dots and lined up on the floor as [...]

October 01, 2014

Duke Engineering: 75 Years Rising

Learn more about the Pratt School of Engineering’s past, present, and future in this video commemorating the 75th anniversary of engineering at Duke.

September 19, 2014

My Fulbright Experience

“What lies behinds us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us.”  This quotation echoed in my mind in May 2014 when I finished my Master of Engineering Management from Duke University as a Fulbright scholar and headed to start my one-year academic training at a [...]

September 15, 2014

Grand Challenges: The Evolution of Health-Care Technology

A team of engineering students in the Master of Engineering Management program participated in a project that explored ways to meet Grand Challenges. Read the Forbes article here.   The objective of this project was to assess the impact of exponential advances in sensors and computing technology on [...]

September 15, 2014

Grand Challenges: The Evolution of Health-Care Technology

A team of engineering students in the Master of Engineering Management program participated in a project that explored ways to meet Grand Challenges. Read the Forbes article here. The objective of this project was to assess the impact of exponential advances in sensors and computing technology on [...]

September 02, 2014

Fulbright, a Life Changing Journey

Amine Bounoughaz, Class of 2014

May 29, 2014

Celebrate Pratt's 75th birthday!

Pratt turns 75 this year, and they're seeking memories (MEMories?) from faculty, staff, and of course, alumni! Share your best memory of Duke Engineering – a vintage photo, a story of a past event or former colleague, a memory of "the way things used to be" – on the 75th anniversary website. [...]

May 29, 2014

The MacGyver Cure for Cancer

With the help of MEM alumni Theo Tam and Gauravjit Singh, Dr. David Walmer of the Duke Global Health Institute introduces the world to the "MacGyver cure for cancer”. Read more about Theo's experience in his 2007 write-up of winning the $100,000 CUREs Business Plan Competition to start a non‐profit [...]

May 23, 2014

Johnson Awarded for Work in Career Services

Jenny Johnson, MEMP’s Assistant Director of Career Services, was recently recognized with two professional awards highlighting her achievements in career services. Earlier this year, Jenny was selected to receive a 2014 Rising Star Award from the American College Personnel Association. The award [...]

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