Space Diplomacy and Humanitarian Intervention: the case of Ukraine and beyond

Since Russia began its full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, data from a wide array of government and commercial space assets has helped the general public understand the trajectory of the war in a transformative way. For diplomats and aid workers, the growing availability of data from multispectral satellite-based imagers has helped drive diplomatic strategies to support Ukrainian sovereignty, while providing the capability to develop effective strategies to deliver aid to Ukrainian citizens in need.

Russia's Invasion of Ukraine from Orbit: The Role of Space Diplomacy in Modern Conflict - A Space Diplomacy Lab Discussion with Professor Frans von der Dunk

Please join the Space Diplomacy Lab of the Duke University Center for International and Global Studies/Rethinking Diplomacy Program, for a timely discussion with Professor Frans von der Dunk, Harvey and Susan Perlman Alumni and Othmer Professor of Space Law at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln on Friday April 8, 2022.

Registered Reports - A Potential New Way to Publish Research

Join an interactive event organized by ASIST. Reserve your seat in the Research Integrity Roundtable "Registered Reports - A Potential New Way to Publish Research" on Wednesday, March 16, 2022 at 5:30-7:00pm. Participants will engage in an interactive virtual event to learn about Registered Reports and their role in reducing the risk of error, minimizing questionable research practices and increasing the chances to get published.

Data Privacy Day: A Conversation with Neil Richards on his book "Why Privacy Matters"

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In honor of Data Privacy Day 2022, we will be discussing with Professor Neil Richards his recent book "Why Privacy Matters." We will talk about what privacy means and "what privacy isn't," and explore the implications of our country's legal approach to privacy for freedom, democracy, and consumer protection in this information age.