POSTPONED - DATES TBA: Cybersecurity and Fintech Conference: Hosted by Duke University and the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts


Join Duke University & the FBI Association of Intelligence Analysts for a Cybersecurity and Fintech conference on January 20 & 21.

Scheduled speakers include leading practitioners in areas including ransomware, APTs, threat intelligence best practices, and law enforcement & private sector cooperation.

Attend Virtually or In-Person

About the FBI AIA:

Principled Interdependence: How to Maintain America’s High-Tech Advantages over China

Although both Washington and Beijing have explicitly said they oppose decoupling of our two societies, both are actually still pursuing policies to attenuate connectivity along a number of dimensions in order to mitigate a variety of risks they see arising from such connections. The result could lead to a substantial reduction in bilateral ties as well as a possible fragmentation of the global economy.

RESPONSE-ABILITY: Anthropology and Activism, A conversation with Cultural Anthropology faculty and graduate students on political commit/meants

Cultural Anthropology presents

RESPONSE-ABILITY: Anthropology and Activism
A conversation with Cultural Anthropology faculty and graduate students on political commit/meants

Featuring Cultural Anthropology professors Christine Folch, Anne-Maria Makhulu, and Ralph Litzinger, and graduate students Naledi Yaziyo, Joe Hiller, and Hannah Borenstein

Monday, November 8, 2021


In person
Friedl Building, Room 225


That's No Moon - Technical and Diplomatic Solutions to the Space Debris Challenge

A new era of human space activities is unfolding every day before our eyes. An increasing number of nation-states and private sector actors are now capable of deploying a wide array of space technologies to low Earth orbit and beyond. While these developments are opening a host of new opportunities for economic expansion and international strategic cooperation, they also pose a myriad of emerging security and regulatory challenges that will require careful anticipatory diplomacy for risk mitigation.

Energy Innovation Showcase

Current Duke students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend the Energy Innovation Showcase, where Energy Week at Duke will spotlight the work of North Carolina energy innovators. Come learn more about how the clean energy future is taking root locally-and meet the players who are making it happen.

Innovation takes many forms, so this event will introduce you to technology, policy, finance, energy justice, and development efforts and experts accelerating a clean and equitable energy future. Some will be joining the event virtually, while others will be attending in person.