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Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Diversity and inclusion make for better engineers—and a better experience for engineering students.
That’s why Duke’s Pratt School of Engineering embraces diversity and inclusion in the classroom and in the laboratory—whether that’s racial, ethnic, sexual or gender diversity. Learn more about our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion.
Duke Engineering is proud to be part of the American Society of Engineering Education’s (ASEE) Deans Diversity Initiative. We have earned the Bronze Award from the ASEE Diversity Recognition Program, and its recommendation as a national exemplar.
If you’d like more information about diversity, equity and inclusion at Duke Engineering, please contact us.
Duke Engineering Resources
Resources for Underrepresented Students: Learn about professional groups, mentoring and other opportunities for underrepresented students at Duke Engineering.
Accommodations for Disabilities: Learn about support for the needs of students, employees, and visitors with disabilities.
Duke University Resources
- Diversity and Inclusion Resources at Duke
- Duke Office for Institutional Equity
- Duke Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
- Quick Facts about Duke Students
Diversity & Inclusion Events
"...Waiting to Be Discovered...": A Conversation Between Historian Adriane Lentz-Smith and Poet Crystal Simone Smith
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Online
Presenter: Adriane Lentz-Smith and Crystal Simone SmithThis event is part of a series accompanying the exhibition "'To stand by the side of Freedom': Abraham Lincoln and 19th Century America," on view at the Rubenstein Library through May 14, 2022. Join us for an exploration of the role of art in creating knowledge and narratives about slavery, the Civil War, and freedom struggles in the United States. Professor Adriane Lentz-Smith will bring her insights as a historian to bear as she guides this conversation with professor and poet Crystal Simone Smith. This discussion coincides with the anniversary of the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment on December 6, 1865. Please register to attend.
1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Student Wellness Center Room 123Come join us for English conversations on cultural perspectives, world news, local events, and more. This group meets Tuesdays from 1:00-1:50PM. This session will be in the Student Wellness Center, Room 123, 1st Floor, DuWell/DukeReach Suite. International and domestic students, scholars, and staff are all welcome! No registration is necessary. Questions? Contact Rene Caputo, email@example.com.
The IDEALS Office Mentoring Up Workshop Series - Agency in the Graduate School Socialization Process
11:30 am to 12:30 pm
Presenter: Joel Dalton & Rosie JonesJoin Joel Dalton and Rosie Jones from the Roy and Diana Vagelos Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis as they lead a session on agency in the graduate school socialization process. In this session, participants will be exposed to the process of socialization, determine intentional ways to claim your socialization process in graduate school and academia, identify important socialization pieces to meet your goals, and compare what you are able to contribute to community socialization and what you need from community socialization. This session is open to all trainees and will take an active-learning approach, so please be prepared to have video and audio capability in Zoom.