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The Graduate School and Duke University want to be more than just a memory that you look back on with fondness. We want to provide you with career services, lifelong learning opportunities, and ways to engage with other alumni, the university, our faculty, and our students. In short, we want to be a supportive community that you can turn to at each stage of your journey after you leave Duke.


News for Alumni

Alumni Profiles Series: Tommy Miyakowaza

September 18, 2019
Tommy Miyakowaza

Tommy Miyakowaza received his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Duke in 2008. His focus was on transonic fan flutter mechanisms and aerodynamic damping using computational fluid dynamic tools under the advisement of Dr. Robert Kielb and the Guide Consortium. During his graduate studies, he interned with Rolls-Royce in the Fans & Compressors group; shortly after graduating, he returned to the company, where he has been ever since.

Alumni Profiles Series: Heather Megosh

September 4, 2019
Heather Megosh, Ph.D.

Find out how volleyball spiked Heather Megosh's consulting career at McKinsey, and read her essential advice for graduate students worried about long-term career planning.

Bezaitis, Dzirasa, Pamula Named 2019 Few-Glasson Inductees

August 26, 2019
2019 Few-Glasson inductees

The Few-Glasson Alumni Society recognizes alumni of the Duke Graduate School for their career accomplishments, the potential of their current endeavors, or their support of graduate education and students at Duke.