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Corporate Partners

Make an impact—Join us!

There are a variety of ways to partner with the Pratt School of Engineering to make an impact on research, innovation and the future.

We encourage you to join us and be a part of these exciting opportunities.

Partnership Opportunities

Become a Partner or Sponsor
Build a relationship with Duke Engineering

First-Year Design
Share your project ideas and your knowledge with students

Duke-Coulter Partnership
Accelerating the development of promising bioengineering research

Recruit Our Master's Students
Learn how you can partner with Career Services for our students earning master's degrees

Sponsor Our Research
Duke has a long history of successful partnerships with industry

Browse Faculty Entrepreneurship
See a list of faculty startups

Networking and Recruiting Events

TechConnect Networking Events
Bringing employers and students together

Find Interns and Participate in Career Fairs
Join recruiting events and fill positions

Partners and Sponsors

We form mutually beneficial relationships with companies.

Our Partners and Sponsors are involved in talent identification, campus recruiting, career events, student design projects, faculty engagement and STEM-focused campus events.

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Explore Our Research

Duke Engineering is home to groundbreaking work in fields of high research impact. Our external research funding has more than doubled over the last decade.

Partner with our Engineering Master's Programs

Duke Engineering's master's graduates can quickly contribute to your organization with valuable skills in communication, teamwork, and leadership coupled with a strong engineering or science foundation. To learn more, contact Sue Brien.

Sue Brien

Sue Brien

Duke Engineering Master's Programs
Asst. Director, Employer Development & Relations

Get Involved with First-Year Design

Duke Engineering First-Year Design student Sean Park, right, pictured with teammates John Gross and Will Eisner

Through Duke Engineering's First-Year Design (FYD) program, our students work in multidisciplinary teams to design and build prototype solutions to authentic, client-based problems.

Three ways to get involved:

  • Offer a project idea
  • Share your knowledge
  • Provide support

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Learn About the Coulter Partnership

Wallace H. Coulter Foundation LogoSince 2006, the goal of the Duke-Coulter Translational Partnership Grant Program has been to accelerate the development of promising bioengineering research.

Browse Research Faculty Profiles

We have over 140 faculty members whose research efforts are exploring the frontiers of engineering and developing solutions to the world’s greatest challenges.

Browse Profiles

You may also visit Duke's faculty profile database, Scholars@Duke. There, you can search profiles and scholarly publications by keyword.

Go to Scholars@Duke »

Get in Touch

Contact Kirsten Shaw, Duke Engineering's director of corporate and industry relations, at any time to discuss:

  • Recruiting students
  • Partnering with us in research
  • Licensing technology
  • Supporting educational programs