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November 6, 2017

Each interview is an opportunity to make a strong first impression as you search for internships and full-time jobs. Your goal is for companies to be able to answer “YES” to the questions: Can you do... read more »


November 5, 2017

DTech started in 2016 as Duke’s response to a decades-long problem: a dearth of women working in tech. In 2015, women held only a quarter of the nation’s computing jobs, though they made up 57... read more »


October 18, 2017

Some of the most iconic Apple products – the online store, the iTunes music shop and the App store – came out of the work involving Duke graduate Eddy Cue, ’86, Apple’s senior vice president of... read more »


June 16, 2017

Aiming to close the gender gap in computer science and engineering, Duke Technology Scholars Program sends 34 women to internships in high-tech hub For Nigel Malaba, being selected for the... read more »


April 1, 2017

Our terrific inaugural group of Duke Technology Scholars gathered in March for a reunion dinner at the home of program director Monica Jenkins. Besides reminiscing about their experiences working and... read more »


December 1, 2016

In the summer of 2016, Duke launched the Duke Technology Scholars Program (DTech). During the 12-week internship program in Silicon Valley, California, 10 talented young women expanded their... read more »


November 22, 2016

The Duke Technology Scholars Program (DTech) has announced the appointment of Monica Jenkins as its first program director. Monica was instrumental in launching the inaugural DTech program in 2016,... read more »