Upcoming: S5E05 – QuadEx (4/21/22)
We’re almost finished with Season 5! We hope you enjoyed last week’s exploration of our incredible Seniors, and are looking forward to this coming week’s final journey into QuadEx!
In this extended episode, we journey with our Pratt seniors to reflect on their past experiences and lessons learned as engineering students at Duke.
In this episode, we spotlight Chip Bobbert, an incredible Duke Faculty and Staff member, and creator of the Innovation CoLab we know and love today!
In this episode, we explore a broad variety of abroad experiences from Engineers all across Pratt! Shoutout to our awesome former CoHosts.
In this episode, we chat as CoHosts about our plans for the coming semester, our takeaways from the podcast book club, and our fortunes for the new year!
In this episode, we speak with Bill Walker, the Mattson Family Director of Engineering Entrepreneurship and advisor to the Clark Scholars!
In this episode, we speak with Duke’s new Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion about what it means to be a Woman in STEM!
In this episode, we’re lucky enough to explore the incredible animals that roam our campus, some in student dorms, and some named Nugget!
In this episode, we explore the incredible breadth of Student-Run Engineering clubs across all of Pratt. Maybe you’ll even find a new club to dive into yourself!
In this brief episode, the This Engineering Life team gives an inside look into their lives and an outlook towards the future of Duke & their personal paths.
In this extended episode, we journey with 10 Pratt seniors to reflect on their past experiences and lessons learned as engineering students at Duke.
In this episode, we learn about Duke’s healthy eating resources and hear stories from current freshmen and a senior regarding their relationships with food.
In this episode, we speak with the Vinik Dean of the Pratt School of Engineering and receive some of his profound wisdom and advice.
In this episode, we explore a wide diversity of Duke research experiences. Also, back from Season 1, we end this episode with CoHost commentary!
We listen to the creator of Duke’s “Learning to Fail” class as well as two Duke undergrads who share their thoughts and experiences with Risk!
We listen to two Duke students and a Learning Consultant from the ARC who share their perspectives, experiences, and advice on learning!
We speak with a variety of Duke Engineers who have interests spanning beyond engineering and into the world of the Arts!
We learn from Duke I&E Faculty, two current students, and a Duke Alumni about the experiences that come with working at a startup!
We get to hear the stories of a few Duke Undergraduate (and Alumni) Interview experiences! We even get some advice from Duke’s Career Center.
In this episode, we focus on exploring different experiences and resources related to Mental Health & Wellness within the Pratt Community.
We explore how Pratt students feel about, and have engaged in the Black Lives Matter Movement. We offer support and resources for those also wishing to get involved.
We hear reflections from Duke students about the incredible summer experiences they’ve had, some even working to help with COVID!
We hear reflections from six Duke Seniors about their experiences over the last four years. Things they’ve learned, experiences they’ve had, and so much more!
We explore how Pratt’s transition to distance learning, combined with the new norms of social distancing, have transformed the lives and educations of so many of Duke’s Engineers and Professors.
We discuss the vast array of adjustments and changes that students and professors have had to make amidst all of the uncertainty, changes, and closures resulting from the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Following Duke’s decisions to postpone university activity due to COVID-19, we will be postponing this week’s episode and continuing with an altered schedule next week.
Perspectives from Engineers who have chosen to join a variety of non-greek social organizations that fill niches all over campus, including SLGs and similar communities.
A perspective from various Duke engineers who have decided to join Sororities/Fraternities on campus, as well as the thoughts of a current professor, Dr. Michael Gustafson about his fraternity experiences.
An exploration of perspectives from professors and students about what effortless perfection is, whether it exists at Duke, and how to navigate this landscape that may be unfamiliar for many.
A look into what it takes to be a Cameron Crazie AND a Duke Engineer. Can you do both? What does it mean do be a line monitor… or a mascot? What if you’re not even a basketball fan?