What I Wish I'd Learned at Duke: Future-Proofing Lifelong Learning
What's the value of a Duke University education to alumni after they spend a few years in the real world? What didn't they learn as a student that they wish they had? How do they keep learning?
At this event, young Duke alumni will share the experience they have had in life, career and learning after leaving the institution. There will be a panel discussion followed by breakout group discussions and networking around lifelong learning, career and personal development.
Duke students, faculty, staff and alumni are all welcome to attend.
Valentine Esposito (B.S. in Evolutionary Anthropology, 2014; M.H.S. '18; M.D. '19)
M.D./M.H.S. Candidate at Duke University School of Medicine
Mariesha McAdoo (A.B. in Psychology, 2016)
Graduate Student, UNC School of Information and Library Science
Zach Prager (A.B. in Psychology, 2012)
Development Analyst, Austin Lawrence Partners
Board of Directors Member, Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce
Megan Sherrell (A.B. in Linguistics, 2011)
ESL Teacher at Durham Public Schools
Moderator: Genevieve Lipp (Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, 2014)
Instructor, Duke University Pratt School of Engineering