Information Session

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.

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!

TechConnect

TechConnect, an event hosted by the Duke University Pratt School of Engineering in partnership with the Department of Computer Science and the Career Center, brings students and employers together for networking and education.

Art+Tech Fair

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.

Color of Education 2019

An annual summit bringing together educators, policymakers, nonprofit leaders, researchers, students, parents, philanthropists, and community members for a one-day convening focused on race, equity and education in North Carolina. The full day event will feature plenaries, workshops and panels during which speakers and attendees will discuss cross-sector strategies for addressing racial inequities that persist within and beyond our public schools.

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