Duke MEM graduates have fun during a photo shoot at Duke Chapel

The Duke Master of Engineering Management Alumni Network

Alumni are Duke MEM's greatest ambassadors

Every Duke Master of Engineering Management graduate can play an important role in the program's life and those of its students.

Alumni are our greatest ambassadors. Alumni participation is important to the growth and direction of the Duke MEM Program.

7 Ways to Stay Connected to Duke

1. Connect With Duke MEM 

2. Update Your Duke Alumni Record

Keep your record at alumni.duke.edu up to date so that MEM can contact you and include you on annoucements.

3. Speak at a Duke MEM Seminar

You remember the great presenters you heard as a student. Now is your chance to be that great presenter. You're invited to share your experience and expertise with today's Duke MEM students. Contact MEM at memprogram@duke.edu.

4. Recommend Duke MEM

When you meet promising leaders who could benefit from what Duke's Master of Engineering Management provides, please share your personal experience and the email address of the Duke MEM Admissions team: pratt_masters@duke.edu

5. Think of Duke MEM When You're Hiring

Let us know when you know of internship and employment opportunities. Consider how your firm could partner with Duke MEM—whether through practicums, fellowships or seminars. To get started, reach out to our Industry Relations team.

6. Talk With Current Students

Our current students benefit from talking with alumni. Let us know if you're interested in being contacted for an informational interview. We'll work to match you with current students interested in your field or research area. Contact MEM at memprogram@duke.edu.

7. Organize an MEM Alumni Event

Let's all stay in touch. If you'd like to arrange a virtual chat or in-person alumni event, Duke MEM can help promote your event among interested alumni. Contact MEM at memprogram@duke.edu.


Duke University engineering master's graduate Aditi Patade

November 29, 2023 | Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium

Video Chat with Aditi Patade, Duke MEM Class of 2022

Patade, a global supply analyst with Tesla, tells how a master's degree in engineering management accelerated her career.

man in jacket smiling on podcast page

September 11, 2023 | MEMtalks@Duke

From Blue Devils to Product Titans: Navigating Career Growth and Innovation

Tarun Thapar, product lead at Amazon and Duke alumnus, joins the hosts of the MEM podcast series

Professor Daniel Egger with Duke MEMP alumni in San Francisco

August 06, 2018

Duke Engineering Management Students and Alumni Talk Data Science at Silicon Valley Meet-Up

Duke Master of Engineering Management students and alumni gathered at Uber world headquarters in San Francisco for dinner, conversation, and presentations on novel data science challenges.

MEMPC Founding Member

logo of the Master of Engineering Management Programs Consortium (MEMPC)

MEMPC is a small group of highly recognized graduate-level programs in engineering management.