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Who We Are: 

Duke is a stepping stone to the future. Opportunities to explore interests and passions are converted through campus experiences into lifelong pursuits. As students join student groups, pursue academic paths, and examine career paths, Student Affairs is here to translate questions about the future into real options and clear choices.

Have You Heard?

Apr 02, 2015

Their questions were typical of incoming graduate students: What are the best housing options on- and off-campus? Are tuition payment plans available? How successful have graduates been in pursuing careers in New York and Washington D.C.? And of course, are graduate students able to get tickets to Duke basketball games?

What made the group of admitted graduate students posing the questions different is that they were using Weibo, a popular Chinese social media channel, to connect with current graduate students and Duke staff in real time to learn more about graduate school and campus life at Duke.

Feb 12, 2015

Meredith Conte, ‘99 discusses career paths in journalism and what it takes create a successful career in media.

All Duke students pursue business, law or medical school, right?
Wrong.

Meredith Conte discusses her non-traditional career path in media that began in politics and public relations, transitioned to marketing with Discovery and National Geographic, and is now broadcasting at Gannett. Success in marketing is all about being creative, curious, and willing to step out of your comfort zone. Check out her professional stats and Q&A below.

Degree: BA, Public Policy; Marketing & Management Certificate
Current Employer: Gannett Broadcasting 
Title: Vice President, Marketing
City, St: Washington, DC
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