AGS Student Council Co-Chair Spencer Kaplan will join Kaitlyn Johnson, Deputy Director & Fellow of the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS, to discuss space policy, Space Force, counterspace weapons & defenses, and ongoing hot issues like debris and sustainability.
Listen to the newest episode of This Engineering Life on Spotify, SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts! Join Professor Rebecca Simmons and undergrads Sydney Hunt, Priya Juarez, Grant LoPresti, and Fran Romano as they uncover more about engineering life at Duke University! Visit our website to listen and follow @thisengineeringlife_duke on Instagram for more information!
The dawn of the Biden-Harris Administration has raised Transatlantic confidence that American leadership on the world stage can be restored. From addressing political, economic, and racial divisions here at home, to leading the fight against creeping authoritarianism and other transnational threats abroad, the challenges and expectations are high.
Mark your calendars for February 18th at 12:15pm EST! GWHT is hosting the next installment of our "Facing Hard Numbers and Harder Conversations" panel series. This panel is based on the blog "Listening and Learning: Systemic Racism, Racial and Sexual Disparities in Women's Health - Part 5: Moving Beyond the Movement" by Arielle Hutchinson. Arielle, a Duke University student, will be joining us as a featured panelist, along with Maya Jackson, a DONA trained doula and the Founder and Executive Director of MAAME, Inc.
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The Polis Innovation Accelerator aims to foster bold solutions to big problems. As part of this year's Innovation Accelerator events, Polis will host a competition during the Spring 2021 Semester that will give Duke University graduate and undergraduate students the opportunity to work in teams to craft policy proposals that offer bold solutions to the year's themes.
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Ambassador Virginia E. Palmer, Acting Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of Energy Resources at the U.S. Department of State, will join Duke University Energy Initiative Director Dr. Brian Murray for a virtual fireside chat on Feb. 2.
Join Professors David Schanzer and Matt Perault as they welcome Duke alum Brad Wiegmann T '88, Senior Counselor, National Security Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice, to discuss current tech policy and its relation to national security.
Co-hosted by Duke OLV & Duke I&E, Invented at Duke celebrates and promotes the diverse accomplishments of Duke innovators and entrepreneurs. The event showcases select technologies, inventions, and novel ideas-illustrating the breadth of Duke discoveries-while also highlighting Duke's innovation and entrepreneurship resources and facilitating discussions among Duke inventors and the broader Duke community.
To assist Duke users with the new security settings on all Zoom meetings (effective 6 a.m. January 12), OIT will offer live online help on weekdays beginning Monday, January 11 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. This special support service will continue through Friday, January 22 with the exception of January 18, which is an observed holiday. For assistance outside of these dates and hours, contact the OIT Service Desk or your local IT support group.
The Sanford School of Public Policy is honored to host leading cybersecurity reporter Sean Lyngaas for a discussion of the national security implications of the SolarWinds hack.