Learn about Cisco's Security Solutions Engineer (Intern) opportunity! Cisco is looking for students who are:*Graduating between Dec 2016 - Dec 2018 / 3.0 Minimum GPA*Pursuing CS, ECE or related degree with interest in information security*US Citizen/Perm ResidentBRING YOUR RESUME!!
The Scholars@Duke team holds monthly user group meetings that are open to the public and particularly to the Scholars@Duke and Elements user communities. Come and learn about Scholars@Duke, hear about our ongoing and upcoming development plans, as well as, share your feedback to help us improve Scholars@Duke.These meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!! This free event is open to all students, so sign up for your first choice today: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_400tW8u0yAEhzspThis year's career sessions include:1. TV + Film + Documentary Storytelling & Production2. Music Performance, Production & Collaboration3. Arts Entrepreneurship: Launching A Creative Business4. Comedy, Dance, Theater Production & Collaboration5. Marketing + PR + Design6.
Altmetric is a web-based platform that allows anyone in the Duke community to track, search, and measure the conversations about their research happening online. Using the Altmetric Explorer, you can see who has been mentioning your work in major news sources, blogs, government policy documents, Wikipedia, and social media. Unlike other metrics, which are focused on the impact of a journal (impact factor, h-index, etc.), Altmetric tracks your research at the article level, enabling you to assess the impact of your scholarship with a higher level of granularity.
Want to know how you can more easily share your research and scholarly activities with the world and find collaborators for research projects? Attend our February user group meeting to learn more about Scholars@Duke, Duke's new research networking system. At the user group meeting we discuss upcoming features, outreach, adoption of the system, current issues, and give participants the opportunity to contribute feedback and ideas to improve the application. No cost to attend, ample free parking, and coffee is served.
Attend the information session to find out more about this exciting four-week, one-course-credit program in Northern California's Silicon Valley for undergraduates with an interest in entrepreneurship. The program is designed to give students an intensive experience in the creation of new ventures-both commercial and social-through coursework, site visits, meetings, and exposure to the heart of the nation's hub for innovative enterprise.
TechConnect, an event hosted by the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering,the Department of Computer Science, and the Duke Career Center, brings students and employers together for networking and education.Each year, a panel of employers is selected to provide advice to students seeking internships and full-time jobs.
The Scholars@Duke team holds monthly user group meetings that are open to the public and particularly to the Scholars@Duke and Elements user communities.At the meeting we provide outreach updates, discuss ongoing and future development efforts and have an open forum to discuss adoption efforts across the various schools.These meetings are typically held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
St Jude Medical will be on campus for an info session Monday 11/30/2015. Program director Don Martin along with Ayanna Miller and other Pratt alum will present information about St Jude Medical's full time Field Intern position and answer questions you have about the company and program. This is a great opportunity for students considering St Jude Medical for future opportunity to network and meet the campus team.Here are the details:Date: Monday November 30, 2015Time: 6pm - 8pmLocation: 203 Teer