Meet Our Students
Check out portraits of our students that are organized by degree and track. Our diverse students come from all over the world!
We have created a new page focusing on our Alumni, including their portraits and where they work all over the world. You can also see what kinds of jobs they have pursued in Student Statistics.
Students conduct research as part of their degree requirement and professional training. Since the program was established in 2005, our students have published over 250 papers! These papers can be searched in the comprehensive Student Publications database.
Here are Duke Box links for the internal Students and Community archives.
(Duke NetID account required to access.)
Our students participate actively in leadership positions. Shown here from left to right are: Taylor Smith, Wendy Harris, Kyle Lafata, Jocelyn Hoye, Brittany Moore, Isabella Duarte, Forrest McDougal, Michelle Rokni. Not shown: Zachary Shrock.
Here is some additional information on the various organizations.  Graduate and Professional Student Council of Duke University (GPSC – pronounced ‘gypsy’) is the umbrella student government organization for Duke’s nine graduate and professional schools. 
The Medical Physics Student Advisory Board (StAB) are elected and appointed students that represent the student body to the Medical Physics faculty and Duke University administration. Through the StAB, students may address issues such as academic programs and curricula, courses, professional development, and long-range goals of the program.  Medical Physics Administrative Council (MPAC – pronounced 'impact') is the faculty governing committee that discusses the overall development of the program and decides on future strategic directions.
The student representative provides input into the decision making process from the perspective of the student body.