Open to all Duke Faculty, staff, and others interesting in learning more about Scholars@Duke (scholars.duke.edu).Meetings are held in the Erwin Mill Square Building at 2024 West Main Street (next to Harris Teeter and behind Tijuana Flats Restaurant) in Bay A Room A103.Receive updates on outreach efforts, future plans, and new features that have either been added recently or will be released soon for Scholars@Duke.
Did you know that a Catholic priest, Msgr. Georges Lemaitre, developed the Big Bang Theory in 1927? And that Pope Pius XII's enthusiastic response led to some interesting wrinkles? Join us for the fascinating story of this Belgian priest-astrophysicist, his profound insight into cosmic origins, and his dialogue with the Church over the theological interpretation of his discovery.Refreshments will be served!Jonathan I. Lunine is an American planetary scientist and physicist. Lunine teaches at Cornell University, where he is the David C.
Scott Zufall and the Duke campus recruiting team will be on campus to present information about the company, culture and opportunities available at Stryker.This is a great way to connect with Scott and Pratt alumniStryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies and together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. The Company offers a diverse array of innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine, which help improve patient and hospital outcomes.
Hello, I m Cooper Eben. I m a recent Pratt alum in Biomedical Engineering (BSE 2014, MEng 2015), and am a new employee at GlaxoSmithKline at their manufacturing facility in Zebulon, NC. We re currently hiring for our Future Leaders Program in Global Manufacturing & Supply (GMS). The Future Leaders Program is a 3 year rotational program that chooses the top talent in science and engineering graduates to develop into key GMS leaders.
Are you looking for an exciting and challenging internship? Consider employment with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as a undergraduate or graduate student. The CIA is the premier agency responsible for providing global intelligence on the ever-changing political, social, economic, technological and military environment. Here, your paramount goal and mission will be to protect the national security of the United States. Virtually any job you can imagine is available at the CIA - plus, some you can't even imagine.
The Duke Center for Instructional Technology Showcase is a free one-day conference which celebrates creativity and innovation in using technology in education at Duke with presentations and demonstrations by Duke faculty and staff.
Discover what's possible. Ever wonder what it would be like to help change the world? Join us and meet people who do it every day.
Curious about the types of problems engineers are solving atGoogle? Join us and three Google Duke alumni to hear about the coolprojects they ve been working on! As always, we ll have plenty ofswag and food, so be sure to RSVP!https://goo.gl/WQ3nBl
Interested in a AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowship? Join AAAS for an information session! Learn how you can contribute to public service and develop valuable career-enhancing skills. Please RSVP with the event link below.
Greetings Duke students,Please join several Duke alumni on the GE Aviation and GE Healthcare recruiting teams Monday, September 14th starting at 5:00 in Schiciano A to learn more about General Electric company and the various employment opportunities available to Duke students. We are looking for highly qualified candidates from Engineering and Computer Science for various summer internship and full time positions. All classes, including Freshmen are encouraged to attend.