Energy

Energy Week 2020: Power Hour

*Please note that this event is only open to Duke alumni; current Duke students, faculty, staff; and special guests.*

The Duke community (alumni, current Duke students, faculty, and staff) and select special guests will enjoy electrifying conversation and make new professional connections at this virtual networking event on the Remo platform. The winners of the 2020 Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition will be announced and toasted at this event. Organized by the Duke University Energy Initiative.

Energy Week 2020: Climate Whistleblowers

Join the award-winning Ways & Means podcast team for a one-of-a-kind live storytelling event, Climate Whistleblowers, as a part of Duke Energy Week 2020. Produced by Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy, this podcast episode brings together bright ideas, faculty research and compelling human stories. Part listening, part interactive conversation, attendees will learn about cutting-edge climate initiatives to hopefully come away uplifted and inspired.

Energy Week 2020: Climate Whistleblowers

Join the award-winning Ways & Means podcast team for a one-of-a-kind live storytelling event, Climate Whistleblowers, as a part of Duke Energy Week 2020. Produced by Duke's Sanford School of Public Policy, this podcast episode brings together bright ideas, faculty research and compelling human stories. Part listening, part interactive conversation, attendees will learn about cutting-edge climate initiatives to hopefully come away uplifted and inspired.

Duke Energy, Justice, and NC WARN

Hear from Madeline Parker on Duke Energy, its role in environmental justice issues, and what NC WARN is doing about it! Madeline Parker is the Youth Climate Justice Organizer for NC WARN, an organization that is pushing Duke Energy to move away from fossil fuels, working in partnership with social justice, environmental, consumer protection, housing, labor and faith allies.

Register here by 5:15PM EST the day of the event: http://tinyurl.com/y23xxyes

Transforming Your CV to a Resume

Non-academic employers typically request that applicants provide a focused 1-2 page resume instead of a more comprehensive CV. What are the essential accomplishments to include in a resume? How do you identify the relevant qualifications that highlight the best of what you have to offer? In this workshop you'll learn how to convert your CV into a focused, tailored resume that creates a compelling depiction of your significant skills and experiences.

Duke Virtual Fall Career Fair

Join us to connect with employers across all industries including, but not limited to, business, technology, engineering, education, and government. The fair provides a great opportunity for employers and students to meet and discuss the organization, interests, and any available or upcoming full-time jobs/internships.
Thanks to our sponsor: Flow Traders

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CarbonSim Game Lunch

***This event is open only to current Duke University students. Students, see important info at the bottom of the registration page BEFORE you register.***

Join us on Sept. 18 for an interactive Emissions Trading System (ETS) simulation led by Duke alumnus Josh Margolis (T'81) using the CarbonSim tool. This session will help students gain valuable ETS experience in a risk-free, entertaining, and fast-paced learning environment.

The Future of Energy: Quick Talks & Networking Reception

**This event is open to Duke University alumni as well as current students, faculty, and staff**
RSVP: https://bit.ly/energyfuture20

What are some key trends shaping the future of energy, and how is Duke University research accelerating progress in these areas? Get insights from Duke experts on topics like energy access, electrification and automation of transportation, diversification of energy sources and technologies, and pursuit of decarbonization policy goals.

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