Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase in the Fitzpatrick Center at Duke

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Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase

Student innovators networking with top tech-industry employers

Duke Engineering's Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase is a unique networking event where graduate and undergraduate students share individual or team projects with leading tech-industry employers such as IBM, Microsoft, NetApp, SAP, NVIDIA, Stryker and Google.

  • It's a "reverse-career fair"—Students get the presentation space, and the employers come to them
  • Students receive support—Including communications training, to maximize this networking opportunity
  • Employers benefit, too— Meet outstanding students and participate in tech-trends discussions with the Duke Community

Prabhakar Nanduri

"I think a student can't get a better platform for their idea than the Showcase."

Prabhakar Nanduri
Master's Student

Showcase 2019

Wednesday, January 23

 

  • 10:00 am-1:45 pm ET
  • Fitzpatrick Center Atrium [Map]
  • Duke University, Durham, NC USA

   

How to Register


Students at the Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase | Duke University Pratt School of Engineering

For Students

Present Your Innovation or Project Directly to Tech-Industry Reps

Graduate and undergraduate students receive outstanding support to take full advantage of what the showcase offers:

  • Show off a class or personal project to tech-industry employers
  • Receive communications training to confidently and clearly present your ideas
  • Attend a networking lunch with employers and faculty
  • Have your resume shared with all participating employers

 

SIGN-UP NOW

Student Contact

Erin Carlini

Erin Carlini

Assistant Director, Career Services

919-660-1062

erin.carlini@duke.edu


Student and employer representative at Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase | Duke University Pratt School of Engineering

For Employers

Meet Talented Students, Discuss Tech Trends with the Duke Community

The showcase is a unique opportunity to connect with talented engineering and computing students at Duke.

The employer's experience at the Showcase includes:

  • Industry trends discussion with the Duke Community
  • Optional individualized discussion sessions with Duke Engineering faculty and staff
  • Interaction with students and hear tech presentations 
  • Networking lunch with students, faculty, staff and other employer representatives

 

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Employer Contact

Jenny Johnson

Jenny Johnson

Associate Director, Career Services & Professional Development

919-660-1057

jenny.johnson@duke.edu


Previous Showcases

Download Descriptions of Student Projects


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