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.
After the tragic death of Abhijit Mahato, a flourishing Duke engineering graduate student, a group of Pratt School of Engineering students and faculty began working to create a life-affirming event to celebrate his life and honor his memory.
The Center for Instructional Technology (CIT) supports the academic mission of Duke University by helping faculty and students find innovative ways of using technology in order to achieve their teaching goals.
Tuesday, June 2 marked the kick-off of the 2010 ten-week SROP program, which each year brings to Duke a select group of undergraduate students who are seriously considering Ph.D. study in the sciences.