Making Real Impact: Duke Engineering Professional Master’s Graduates

2/2/23 Pratt School of Engineering

Duke Engineering's December 2022 professional master's graduates are prepared for careers of deep meaning and broad impact

Images of six engineering master's graduates of the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering
Making Real Impact: Duke Engineering Professional Master’s Graduates

Helping improve how household robots are made. Applying financial technology skills to managing multi-billion-dollar university endowments. Building an AI chatbot to serve the clients of a major Wall Street firm. These are just a few of the individual stories from dozens of recent Duke Engineering master’s graduates.

The December 2022 graduates of the professional master’s degree programs of Duke Engineering’s Institute for Enterprise Engineering entered the marketplace ready to make positive impacts for themselves, employers and society.

Scroll and click on their names to meet some of our December professional master’s graduates.

Engineering Management

Arpita Dutta of Duke University

Arpita Dutta

Improving the digital user experience for customers of NVIDIA

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Kaustubh Kaushik of Duke University

Kaustubh Kaushik

Developing managerial skills during an internship with e-commerce site Forbes Vetted

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Puja Majety

Puja Majety

Developing web products with PowerSchool to support K-12 Education

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Nidhi Pathak

Nidhi Pathak

Improving how robotic consumer products are made at SharkNinja

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Financial Technology

Lu Quin

Lu Qin

Building an AI chatbot interface for an important Wall Street organization

Read Lu’s story »

Christina Xing

Christina Xing

Using FinTech skills to analyze endowment investments for major research universities

Read Christina’s story »

These professional master’s degree programs are part of Duke Engineering’s Institute for Enterprise Engineering. To explore all its education programs, visit »