Information Session

What Happens When Netflix Is Dead?

Join us to discuss the legal future of our cultural heritage. This presentation by Kyle K. Courtney (Harvard University) and Will Cross (NC State University) will address how copyright law and the licensing systems that have now become so prevalent for consumer-licensed content--such as through Netflix, Hulu, and iTunes--are jeopardizing the ability of libraries and archives to preserve those works and make them available to researchers in the future.

Software and Tech Careers with a BME Degree

Geoff Hughes got his BME degree from Duke in 1994 and became an extremely successful technology executive who has delivered results at Fortune 100 companies Cisco and Wells Fargo, and across the technology, financial, and software industries.

He will share advice on the fundamental skills and mindset needed to be successful in computing, plus advice for bringing the strength of your BME education to the field.

MEMP Seminar: Smart Cities, IoT & the Public Sector

Nicole Raimundo is an award-winning technology executive who serves as the chief information officer for Cary, North Carolina. She is the principal strategist and architect for information technology and digital marketing across the organization. Raimundo is at the forefront of the smart cities movement, creating a connected community through piloting and implementing IoT technologies in the public sector. By fostering partnerships both locally and nationally, she leverages her private-sector background to fuel civic innovation in ways not previously seen in local government.

TechConnect 2020: Connecting Students with Industry

TechConnect, an event hosted by Duke Computer Science and the Pratt School of Engineering, with support from the Career Center, brings students and employers together for networking, education and connections. Each year at TechConnect, employers connect with Engineering and Computer Science students in an open, dynamic networking environment, and many of the industry reps are Duke alumni.

MEDx Café

An informal time to meet with MEDx leadership to learn more about MEDx, an initiative between the School of Medicine and Pratt School of Engineering, held every other week at NOSH (1st floor, Trent Semans Center) or Twinnie's (1st floor, FCIEMAS). For more information, contact Donna Crenshaw.

MEDx Café

An informal time to meet with MEDx leadership to learn more about MEDx, an initiative between the School of Medicine and Pratt School of Engineering, held every other week at NOSH (1st floor, Trent Semans Center) or Twinnie's (1st floor, FCIEMAS). For more information, contact Donna Crenshaw.

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