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3rd Annual Invented at Duke Celebration

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.

HackDuke: Code for Good 2019

HackDuke: Code for Good is the nation's premier hackathon for tech and social good. We unite students that are passionate about changing the intention and narrative behind how technology is used today to create meaningful hacks in a 24-hour sprint. Come learn, come discuss, and come code for good! Join us November 2-3 for networking with top companies, meeting new hackers, eating great food, and most importantly hacking for social good in one of our five tracks for positive impact! Register now at hackduke.org

Battleground State: Making US Elections More Secure

In 2016, the US Special Counsel's report found that Russia interfered with the US presidential election. Steps have been taken since then to secure our voting infrastructure, online political advertising, and social media, but more can be done. Should we be more concerned about voting machines being hacked, or about foreign-sponsored groups conducting misinformation and influence campaigns on Facebook? And were Russian hackers targeting a company supplying Durham County voting machines in 2016?

The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage & Fear in the Cyber Age

AGS Director Peter Feaver will join David E. Sanger on Oct. 9th in a conversation focused on his new book, The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage & Fear in the Cyber Age, which examines the emergence of cyberconflict as the primary way large and small states are competing and undercutting each other, changing the nature of global power.

(Please note that the date and time of this event have changed as of 9/27/19)

Why Mentors Matter? How to Build Responsible Research Mentoring at Duke

Join us for an open discussion with three distinguished researchers and their disciples

Moderator: Johnna Frierson, PhD, Assistant Dean for Graduate and Post Doctoral Diversity and Inclusion, School of Medicine
Mentor Anna Gasman-Pines, PhD and Mentee Jane Leer
Mentor Herman Staats, PhD and Mentee Brandi Johnson-Weaver, PhD
Mentor Geeta Swamy, MD and mentee Sarah Wheeler, MD

Duke Tech Ice Cream Social

Want free ice cream? How about while you peruse all the tech-related opportunities - clubs, coursework, travel, research jobs, etc. - that Duke has to offer? Come to the Duke Tech Ice Cream Social, a first-of-its-kind event co-hosted by the Duke Cyber Club, the Duke Office of Information Technology, and the American Grand Strategy Program. Hear from student clubs, faculty, and staff about amazing opportunities on and around campus pertaining to tech. Optional RSVP for students: https://forms.gle/UiBR3tUbwRiipNt98.

Intro to Energy at Duke

Intro to Energy at Duke is a one-hour primer on the Energy Initiative's co-curricular programs and student community, featuring faculty, staff, and student energy club leaders from across Duke. Come find out how to get plugged in with the energy community on campus!

Afterward, please join us for our Back to School Energy Mix & BBQ networking event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in the Energy Hub in Gross Hall-just be sure to RSVP separately for that event too. Come for the info, stay for the BBQ!

OIT Learn IT @ Lunch - Accessible Social Media

Expand your social media presence by creating inclusive content. Learn a few tips and tricks to ensure your content is accessible to everyone. Learn IT @ Lunch is an opportunity to learn about technology in a relaxed lunch environment. Each session includes a presentation followed by Q & A. No pre-registration is required. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis or feel free to connect in remotely as part of a pilot (fall 2019).

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