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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Harmony for Producers

Join Brooks Frederickson, PhD candidate in the Duke music department, for this first in a series of workshops designed to increase your understanding around the theoretical fundamentals of music through examples pulled from current indie, pop, EDM, and hip-hop hits. Producers are encouraged to follow along with their Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) of choice-Ableton, Logic, Garageband, Reaper, Pro Tools, etc.

No prior music theory background or experience needed, all are welcome!

This workshop will address the following questions:

Branding: From Concept To Creation, A Co-Lab Roots Workshop

Join the Co-Lab Roots program for this two-part workshop on branding
Part I: 10am-11:30am | Part II: 12:30pm-2:30pm

Part I: Participants will explore the psychology behind the brands they encounter everyday and examine how their values are manifested through their choices in typography, colors, shapes, graphics and overall style. Through this first part, you will learn the bases to design your own brand(s) (personal or business) or those of potential clients.

Concept to Commercial with Apple's Beats by Dre & GBA Studios

This episode of DukeCreate & DEMAN LIVE features Duke alum Chris Shaw '08, Executive Producer and Founder of Guilty By Association Studios (GBA Studios) and the global creative team behind their Beats by Dre commercial. He is joined by creatives Zandie Brockett '09 and Cody Grammer '08, as well as Mike Refuerzo, Head of Content Production at Beats by Dre. They will take us behind-the-scenes of the making of the spot, "Daydreaming," share how they are creating globally during quarantine, as well as answer your questions.

Zoom: Best Practices for Administrators and Others

Zoom: Best Practices for Adminstrators and Others

Presenter: Debrah Suggs, Enterprise Systems and Support
Join us as we discuss the unique needs of those Zoom users, such as administrators, who are delegates. A delegate in Zoom is someone who has permission to schedule meetings for someone else. We will discuss best practices and tech tips for both Outlook and Zoom
Zoom: https://duke.zoom.us/j/92272819316 (This meeting will include a 30-40 minute overview followed by a Q&A session)

OIT Personal Bookings Training

The Office of Information Technology is holding a series of trainings to learn how to use Personal Bookings, a scheduling app that integrates with both Outlook and Zoom. Personal Bookings is primarily used for scheduling one-on-one appointments.

Zoom link: duke.zoom.us/j/96465352922

For more information, contact the OIT Help Desk, oit.duke.edu/help.

Laura Rosenberger: Preparing for Threats to the 2020 Election

Join Professor David Schanzer in welcoming Laura Rosenberger to discuss possible threats to the 2020 election.

Laura Rosenberger[comma]Senior Fellow and Director of the Alliance for Serving Democracy[comma]served as a foreign-policy advisor for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign. Before that she served for more than a decade in a range of foreign-policy and national security positions at the State Department and National Security Council.

Virtual Research Town Hall: The Impact of COVID 19 on Research at Duke

Join us for an open discussion on how conducting research is affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic and the multiple pressures on researchers and administrators.

Attending this event fulfills the Responsible Conduct of Research Requirement for Faculty and Staff, RCR-200.

Registration is required:

Registrants will receive Zoom event information by email.



Duke I&E is hosting a virtual Q&A session with the NC Small Business and Technology Center (SBTDC) for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. The session will include a brief presentation from the Duke Office of Scientific Integrity (DOSI) to address Conflict of Interest (COI).

Digital Democracy with Microsoft's Ginny Badanes

Please register at this link: https://duke.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMrcuGhqjojG9AB4hUYjqB68h7jw2i3ZVBh

Ginny Badanes heads up Cybersecurity & Democracy at Microsoft. She is a political and security tech advisor with a history of working at the intersection of politics and technology. Skilled in identifying solutions for political organizations around cybersecurity, data, analytics, business intelligence, and grassroots advocacy. Holds a BA in Political Science from Duke University.