The Editorial Board of The (Duke) Chronicle invited our director, Bill Wright-Swadel, to a conversation about careerism and student culture.  Their editorial includes these pieces of advice:


Ethical conduct is one of the most meaningful ways you will build and sustain a credible professional reputation. When questionable choices are made, Duke students are often surprised just how well-networked professionals in industries and companies are, and that news of bad choices often travels fast.

Use these guidelines to understand expectations others have of you while searching for a job or internship. Should you have questions about the right thing to do in a given situation, please contact the Career Center. We are here to help clarify and explain, or to help you think through the best course of action in your specific circumstance. If you are in a pinch, always err on the side of caution.

We'd like to introduce you to the many new faces on our team. Since April, we've added 9 new staff and we're excited for you to meet them! To introduce yourself, schedule an appointment or come to Drop-In Advising.


Customer Service Specialist and Program Support





Cindy Broderius
Assistant Director, Counseling and Programs (with a focus on Pre-Health, Science and Research)




Associate Director,  Graduate Student Career Services