Pillar 3: Enrich Co-Curricular Opportunities
Any student can explore a range of computational topics via co-curricular opportunities ranging from bite-sized courses and workshops to summer programs and internships.
Duke Technology Scholars (DTech)
The Duke Technology Scholars Program (DTech) is a comprehensive effort to empower the next generation of diverse leaders who will bring increased innovation to the tech industry. The program centers on the idea that relationships, mentorship, and hands-on experience make the difference in recruiting and retaining such individuals in technology fields.
DTech is a partnership between Duke’s Office of Information Technology, Trinity College of Arts & Sciences and Pratt School of Engineering.
Center for Data and Visualization Sciences
The Center for Data and Visualization Sciences (CDVS) partners with researchers and students on data science projects, research, and instruction across the research lifecycle. Through consultations, partnerships, and an expansive series of co-curricular data workshops, CDVS seeks to expand the data community and accelerate data driven discovery at Duke and and beyond. CDVS offers workshops in data science, data management and curation, data visualization, and mapping and GIS (geographic information systems) tools and techniques.