CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2022!
The Duke Kunshan University graduate program office is excited to celebrate the Class of 2022 with a virtual award ceremony to be held at 14:00 (China Time) on Friday, May 20, 2022. For Master of Management Studies Class of 2022, the graduation ceremony will be held on Friday, May 13, 2022.
For more information about commencement ceremony for Class of 2022, check out Duke Kunsan University 2022 Commencement website.
Duke Kunshan University graduate program office held a successful in-person graduation ceremony for the classes of master of science in medical physics, master of science in global health and master of environmental policy on Friday, May 7. The Class of 2021 along with the Class of 2020 were honored at the ballroom.
Duke Fuqua School of Business held its graduation ceremony for master of management studies Class of 2021 at the auditorium on Thursday, June 3.
Yan Zhang, class speaker for commencement 2021, addressing DKU’s in-person graduation ceremony on May 7, urged students to think positively in the face of difficulty. Check out Yan’s full speech.
With Covid-19 serving as a “profoundly humbling reminder” of the gaps in global knowledge, we all must strive to be lifelong learners ready to adapt to constantly changing conditions, commencement speaker Feng Ge told Duke Kunshan’s Class of 2020.
Ge, the founding CEO of Jiahui Health, which operates hospitals and wellness centers across Shanghai, urged the graduating class to provide the world with the “curious and respectful minds and hearts” it deserves.
“It is most important to stay open-minded, curious and grateful. To learn is not only a capacity but also a privilege. Use it wisely and proactively,” said Ge, a Duke alumnus who is also managing partner at Trustbridge Partners, a global investment firm.
Thirty-two students across three master’s programs – medical physics, global health and environmental policy – celebrated the end of two years of rigorous study on May 8. With Covid-19 continuing to affect many countries and international travel, Duke Kunshan held an online commencement ceremony using Zoom to replace its in-person graduation activities.
Around sixty students in the master of management studies program also attended an online celebration to mark the end of the academic year on May 11.