Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase in the Fitzpatrick Center at Duke

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Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase

Student innovators network 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 presentation space, employers come to them
  • Students receive support—Including communications training
  • Employers benefit—Meet outstanding students, participate in tech-trend discussions

Prabhakar Nanduri

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

Prabhakar Nanduri
Master's Student

Showcase 2020

Coming in January

  • Fitzpatrick Center Atrium [Map]
  • Duke University, Durham, NC USA

 

 

 


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

For Students

Present your innovation or project directly to employer 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

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

Employer Contact

Jenny Johnson

Jenny Johnson

Associate Director, Career Services & Professional Development

919-660-1057

jenny.johnson@duke.edu


Previous Showcases

Download student project descriptions


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