Through Duke University’s First-Year Design (FYD) program, students gain early experience as they work in multi-disciplinary teams to design and build prototype solutions to solve real-world, client-based problems.
Each day, millions of Americans pour fats, oils, and grease down their sinks. This happens because people are unaware, forgetful, or don’t worry about their actions.
For team members Rodrigo Guerreiro, James Koconis, and Kaitlyn Roegner figuring out how to dispense liquids for a zero-waste store was just a fraction of what they learned during their first spring semester.
A cost-effective, residential bridge that can withstand major weather events
January 9, 2023
Dr. Aaron Kyle and Dr. Rebecca Simmons highlight the goals of EGR 101 projects, and showcase the end of semester poster symposium. Check out the video for footage from teams and learn more about projects from Fall 2022.
November 2, 2022
First-year engineering students Rania Challita, Ahnaf Hossain, Liam Byrne, and Ashley Huang are working togeter to create a stable storage system for chairs at the Duke Nasher Museum of Art. The full article can be found at the link above.
June 27, 2022
Dr. Michael Rizk, Assistant Professor of the Practice of Biomedical Engineering, has won a Maclin Community Grant.
Duke Engineering offers students a progressive immersion in engineering design, from the first-year overview to capstone design projects in their chosen disciplines.
You have the opportunity to support bright students and to benefit from their ideas!