Bridget Fletcher


Managing Director, Graduate Student Programs & Services

Bridget Fletcher has been at Duke Engineering since 2007, working in various roles to support graduate students. She has taught English to international graduate students since 2010.

Bridget received a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from North Carolina State University and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies with a focus on Intercultural Communications, as well as an English as a Second Language (ESL) teaching certification from Duke.

Her master’s research focused on Chinese student acclimation in the American graduate school classroom. She is the author of From Jiao Shi to Classroom, a guidebook for Chinese students coming to the United States for study. Bridget has earned an Intercultural Foundations Certification from the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communications and is certified to administer the Intercultural Effectiveness Scale as well as the Global Competencies from the Kozai Group.

Bridget received the Pratt School of Engineering Golden Hard Hat Award in 2011, the Capers and Marion McDonald Award for Excellence in Mentoring in 2012, and was nominated for the Blue Ribbon Diversity Award in 2016.

Contact Information

  • Office Location: 213 Teer Building
  • Office Phone: 919-660-5424
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