Duke Student Organizations

Duke Cyber Team & Club

Sponsored by the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy (AGS), the cyber initiative educates members and the Duke community at large on cutting-edge cyber issues through two fronts: the Cyber Team, a competitive group that meets weekly in rigorous preparation for ‘war rooms’ like the Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12; and the Cyber Club, which hosts public events open to the entire Duke community.

For more information: https://ags.duke.edu/engage/cyber-team/

Duke Energy Initiative

The Duke University Energy Initiative is a university-wide, interdisciplinary collaboration focused on advancing an accessible, affordable, reliable, and clean energy system. The Initiative reaches across business, engineering, environment, law, policy, and the arts and sciences to educate tomorrow’s energy innovators, develop new solutions through research, and improve energy decisions by engaging business and government leaders.

The best way to learn about Energy Initiative announcements is to subscribe to their listserv and visit their website.

Duke Groups

Discover unique opportunities at Duke! Find organizations, attend events and track your involvement at DukeGroups.com. Duke Groups is governed by GPSC and is open to all Duke students.

Duke I&E

Duke I&E serves as a hub and resource center across the Duke innovation system, connecting innovators to education, mentoring, resources, community, and intellectual leadership. I&E has a robust catalog of student programs, clubs, competitions and resources. Find more information on their website. 

Engineering Graduate Student Council (EGSC)

The Engineering Graduate Student Council (EGSC) is the student government for all graduate students of Pratt School of Engineering.

The EGSC hosts various social and community service events, like the weekly PrattChat (free drinks every Friday!) and collaboration projects across the university.

Graduate and Professional Student Government

GPSG is a vital resource for incoming and returning students both in the areas of academic and administrative concerns but also as a social network. Many of you may be wondering how you meet students with similar academic and social interests. You may be fresh out of an undergraduate institution and be looking to stay involved in campus life or you may be entering after completing a masters degree or working for a number of years and have different concerns about university life. GPSG is open to all Duke Graduate and Professional students and it a terrific way for MEM students to meet other Duke students outside of the MEM program.