Every Friday, EGSC hosts a social on E-Quad as a chance for students to mingle and unwind at the end of the week. Additionally, we host a number of events throughout the year for Pratt students to mingle and connect through various events, such as food crawls, movie nights, and art competitions.
EGSC is committed to engaging the Durham community and reaching out through various community service projects, such as Habitat for Humanity, and others.
The goal of EGSC is to create a community where students from all disciplines can collaborate on synergistic projects on all levels. We are working with the Medical School, MedX, Graduate Professional Student Council, and many more.
Our goal is to be inclusive of all Pratt graduate students from different backgrounds and interests. Throughout the year, we sponsor and host a number of events that celebrate the diversity of our students.
The Cornhole Tournament was an absolute success. A total of 18 teams participated on 7 different sets of Cornhole boards. Thank you to all of the clubs and organizations that loaned us their Cornhole sets, so we could put on this awesome event, and to all of the participants as well. The prize for the Read more about Cornhole Tournament[…]
Introduction to LabVIEW System Design Software March 31st, 2:00-4:00 pm, both in Fitzpatrick B209
Introduction to CAD 3D Design Software: SolidWorks Thursday March 23rd, 3:00-5:00 pm
Intro to Careers in Technology Transfer Thursday February 23, 3017 11:45AM to 1:00PM Link to Powerpoint
Time: Friday Dec 2nd, 3:45-5:00pm Location: BioSci 111 Information: Both sides of the graduate student union will be present and provide information/answer questions that you have for and against forming a graduate student union. Video of the townhall meeting can be found here
Date: Dec 1st at noon Location: Hudson 218 Speakers: David Ranney, MD and Tanmay Gokhale David Ranney, MD David Ranney graduated from the University of Michigan with degrees in Chemical Engineering and Medicine, and is currently a 4th year resident in General Surgery and research fellow in the Division of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery at Duke. Dr. Read more about Innovation Seminar[…]