The Resources section of the website provides documentation for many of the resources available to students in the department, including documentation of the computing environment, available software for UNIX and personal computers, datasets, and teaching resources. If you cannot find what you are looking for contact email@example.com
Summer internships are an exciting way to learn about real-world applications and explore career opportunities in some of the top companies in the US, such as Google, Yahoo, IBM, etc. The DGS will email grads early winter about opportunities.
Duke alumni/ae pursue leadership roles not only in academia, but also in government, research, non-profit, and corporate or industry settings in the United States and internationally. To help graduate students achieve their career goals, the Graduate School offers or sponsors numerous courses, programs, awards, certificate programs and professional development services. Visit the Graduate School's Professional Development website to learn about opportunities in Teaching & Technology, the Preparing Future Faculty program, certificate in teaching options, and Teaching Mini-grants or teaching awards.