Wherever possible, we offer experience-based education—our students learn by doing in the Student Founders Program, the Undergraduate Certificate, Innovate Duke, and other programs. We work to provide experiences that are in service of ambitious, worthy goals and that offer opportunities for meaningful collaboration.
Our programs’ emphasis on interdisciplinarity means that our students learn from faculty in law, art, business, engineering, global health, music, computer science, medicine, and beyond. Our teachers are experts in their fields, like McKinney CEO Brad Brinegar. They’re premier researchers, like geneticist Priya Kishnani. And they are thought leaders, like public policy expert Aaron Chatterji, who previously served on the White House Council of Economic Advisors.
We hope you’ll explore the broad range of innovation- and entrepreneurship-related programs, resources, clubs, and more available to Duke students using the navigation below. If you’d like to discuss an idea, a program, the innovation landscape at Duke, or beyond, please make an appointment for a brief call or meeting with an advisor through our Innovation Navigators service.