This fall, Jo Rae Wright, dean of the graduate school and Larry Moneta, vice-president for student affairs joined efforts to appoint the University’s first Graduate Career and Professional Development Advisory Committee.
On November 15, 2010, the annual Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) program led by Doug James, Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs in The Graduate School, held a dinner for 30 current Duke PFF Fellows and their respective Faculty Mentors from five “Partner Institutions:” Durham Techn
With an applicant pool of nearly 9,000 and an admission rate of 19 percent, Duke’s graduate programs continue to be highly selective in attracting a competitive group of students with diverse interests, talents, and backgrounds.
The Graduate and Professional Student Council of Duke University (GPSC–pronounced ‘gypsy’) is the umbrella student government organization for Duke’s graduate and professional schools. GPSC meets biweekly to address student concerns and issues raised by the administration.