The Duke University Career Center engages graduate and undergraduate students and alumni in discovering and determining what is meaningful and valuable in their lives and applying this to careers. We provide guidance throughout this ongoing, intentional process and encourage opportunities for exploring the intersection of our students’ education, values, goals, skills, and reflection on experiences to identify and realize their aspirations, both at Duke and after.
Providing biomedical information for inquiry, discovery, and innovation. The Medical Center Library & Archives provides the services and collections necessary to further educational, research, clinical, and administrative activities in the medical field.
Working@Duke tells the amazing story of the Duke workforce and connects all staff and faculty with campus happenings; employee benefits, services and resources; and other useful news and information for work and life at Duke.
Duke Law’s Global Financial Markets Center promotes the interdisciplinary study and discussion of global financial markets and financial regulation. The Center sponsors symposia and scholarship, works collaboratively with researchers and industry leaders, and prepares students for legal careers in business and law, in both the private and public sector.