Come to the 2nd annual Art + Tech fair at Duke University! Students of all interests and majors can explore an explosion of ideas at this interactive evening of art meets technology in the Ruby. Visit the OIT makerspace studio to learn about the equipment and tools on hand and how to use them for your creative vision. Help create an oversized "spirograph" using laser-cut parts, join 3D printing and augmented reality demos, and see a pop-up exhibit art + technology projects. Plus, learn all the practical technology tools Duke has to offer new students.
The 2019 Student & Employer Diversity Symposium connects employers with Duke's diverse and talented undergraduate and graduate student body. This event will kick-off with an employer panel discussing diversity and inclusion initiatives within their organization, followed by a networking hour. The Career Center understands that each employer has different diversity needs and initiatives and each student brings a unique background and variety of experiences to the table.
Duke University, in partnership with NC State University, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Charlotte, UNC-Greensboro, and Wake Forest University, will host the 18th Annual NC Master's and Doctoral Career Fair at the UNC-Chapel Hill Friday Center. The fair is open to advanced-degree alumni, candidates, and postdocs in all disciplines who have two years or less to completion of their master's degree, Ph.D., or postdoctoral appointment.
Duke University Career Center is hosting a big, general industries career fair on campus this September. More than 100 global and local companies are expected to send representatives to this event from industries like business, technology, education, nonprofit, and government. All students are encouraged to attend.
**No registration required
For a full list of employers attending the fair, check out the Duke Digital Career Fair Guide!
Join us online this summer for Drop-in Advising hours! Click more event information to speak with an adviser between 11am-1pm today.
Explore ways to optimize the student clinical experience, strategies for recognizing differences as benefits instead of difficulties, processes for setting boundaries in the age of social media, planning for the provision of safe student experiences, the latest innovations in health education and teaching, and the sacred cows in health education and ways to disrupt them. Register online at http://bit.ly/2019cii. Duke affiliates must click "login" and input their NetID and password to receive the discounted price.
Visit OIT's 3rd annual Staff TechFair. Come for lunch, Locopops, tech demos like virtual reality, 3D printing, WordPress and more.
Drop-in for 30 minute mini-workshops - no registration required:
11:00 a.m. - Learn to collaborate with Microsoft Teams
11:30 a.m.- Nifty tech tips make life easier
12:30 p.m. - Introducing Zoom video conferencing
1:00 p.m. - Lock it up with LastPass
Register for special virtual reality demos every half hour. http://training.oit.duke.edu/reg/.
DISCOVER tools and resources that improve efficiency and integrity with proposal development. Bring your laptop and stay for a hands-on breakout session with experts.
Membrane interfaces formed at junctions between cells are often associated with characteristic patterns of membrane protein organization, such as in epithelial tissues and between cells of the immune system. While this organization can be influenced by receptor clustering, lipid domain formation, and cytoskeletal dynamics, this talk will describe how the size of the gap between two membranes can directly contribute to the spatial arrangement of membrane proteins and resulting cell-cell signaling at membrane interfaces.
Join us for a discussion on developing, sustaining and managing international collaborations at Duke.
Susan Alberts, Professor of Biology and Evolutionary Anthropology, Chair of Evolutionary Anthropology
Michael "Luke" James, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Neurology
Jim Luther, Associate VP Finance and Research Costing Compliance Officer
Sallie Permar, Professor of Pediatrics
Lindsey Spangler, Assistant Dean, Research Facilitation
Angie Solomon, Associate Director, Conflict of Interest