Our Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

1-Week STEM Opportunity at Duke in July 2020

ECHO brings hands-on experiences to NC high school students

Duke Electrical & Computer Engineering is pleased to announce a new outreach and diversity initiative—The ECE College High School Opportunity (ECHO).

ECHO gives historically underrepresented minorities in STEM an opportunity to learn about electrical and computer engineering. This one-week crash course aims to provide high school students in North Carolina an opportunity to learn what it’s like to study electrical and computer engineering. This program covers topics such as digital and analog circuits, electromagnetics, signal processing, machine learning, robotics, nanotechnology, and more!

ECHO will run July 13-17, 2020, and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day. It will include hands-on experiments, labs, lectures, and tours. To learn more about ECHO and to apply, please click below:

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Diversity and Inclusion at Duke Engineering

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 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.

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.

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If you’d like more information about diversity and inclusion at Duke Engineering, please contact us.