Learn more about shared resources and their contributions to groundbreaking research, hear about new shared resources and capabilities, and browse posters and meet with shared resource staff.
+DS is excited to announce the Duke AI for Art Competition. All Duke students, faculty and staff may submit visual art generated via artificial intelligence. The art should be a digital image or video, and should be generated entirely by software run on a computer.
This presentation is an exploration of the unique challenges, simultaneous sexism and racism, minority women face in their STEM experiences. Using National Science Foundation findings as published in the "Women and Minorities with Disabilities in Science and Engineering Report", a case will be shown for the undeniable result of not overcoming these unique challenges. Conclusions on the social, ethical and economic implications will suggest "why it matters" and the "what now" response to the Double Bind dilemma.
Attend this workshop to learn about funding opportunities from private foundations. Topics include best practices in approaching foundations and writing proposals, and funding opportunities of particular note. Meet Duke's Foundation Relations staff and learn about the services they provide.
Hear from a series of explorers and epic ocean innovators! More information at dukeblueprint.com
Join trainees, faculty, staff and friends from many departments across Duke's campus and across the Triangle's global health community for an event that highlights the work of our students. Students from all academic levels will present posters on their fieldwork and research projects. We will also announce the winners of the 2018 Global Health Photo Contest.
By implementing a series of student-centered and analytics-informed programs, Georgia State University in Atlanta has raised graduation rates by 22 percentage points and closed all achievement gaps based on race, ethnicity, income-level and first-generation status. It now awards more bachelor's degrees to African Americans than any other college or university in the nation.
This public conference seeks to reflect synthetically on the first decade of historical and spatial analysis of the Holocaust through the use of digital methods. What interpretive problems are illuminated by different physical, textual, and visual sources, such as physical killing sites, bureaucratic documents and postwar survivor interview transcripts, photographs and maps? What digital methods can manage and integrate large volumes of diverse historical evidence that has previously been used in depth mainly in locally focused case studies?
Duke OLV and Duke I&E's #InventedatDuke Celebration is an opportunity to meet with University researchers commercializing technologies generated by the more than $1 billion in research conducted annually at Duke.
Join us at this networking event and discover how Duke has been innovating this year. Connect with Alumni, entrepreneurs, CEOs, and investors while exploring our featured innovators as they show off their inventions and novel ideas.
Learn to use the laser cutter, create your first 3D print, sew LEDs into your favorite t-shirt, make a greeting card that lights up, and fly a tiny drone.
We'll be giving tours of our makerspace and answering all of your questions about what we do and how we can help you use the Co-Lab, whether that's by writing your first line of code or making your dream project come to life.