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The Future of Energy: Quick Talks & Networking Reception

**This event is open to Duke University alumni as well as current students, faculty, and staff**
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What are some key trends shaping the future of energy, and how is Duke University research accelerating progress in these areas? Get insights from Duke experts on topics like energy access, electrification and automation of transportation, diversification of energy sources and technologies, and pursuit of decarbonization policy goals.

Duke Law Tech Lab Demo Day 2020

The Duke Center on Law & Technology invites you to the 2020 Duke Law Tech Lab Demo Day. Duke Law Tech Lab's early-stage legal tech companies with a mission to increase access to justice will pitch their business to the audience and judges. Vote for your favorite; monetary prizes are given to the audience favorite and the judges' top ranked teams.

Virtual Research Town Hall: The Impact of COVID 19 on Research at Duke

Join us for an open discussion on how conducting research is affected by the COVID 19 Pandemic and the multiple pressures on researchers and administrators.

Attending this event fulfills the Responsible Conduct of Research Requirement for Faculty and Staff, RCR-200.

Registration is required:
http://duke.is/uAy3Qt

Registrants will receive Zoom event information by email.

Understanding Duke Finances for Faculty Session II: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Financial Model of Duke University

Do you have questions about how Duke University's budget works, about its sources of revenue, how it pays for its extensive operations at all levels of the university and how it deals with financial challenges such as those posed by COVID-19? To get a better understanding of Duke's finances and to hear answers to these and related questions, faculty are invited to two sessions about Duke finances with Tim Walsh, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer.

Surveillance and Security After the Lockdown: Lessons from the 9/11 Era

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused policy makers around the world to consider how and when surveillance tools and personal data collection should be used in the name of public health and safety. Professors David Schanzer, David Hoffman, Shane Stansbury and Jolynn Dellinger will discuss how policy can properly achieve both privacy and public safety.

Registration is required to gain access to the event: http://duke.is/NhzKjw
After registering, a confirmation email will be sent with the Zoom meeting link.

Duke China-U.S. Summit 2020: Beyond 2020

As China-U.S. relations enter a new era of rising tensions, Duke China-U.S. Summit (DCUS) 2020 seeks to engage experts, commentators and professionals across industries to discuss emerging opportunities for China and the U.S. to maintain a constructive relationship. The summit is schedule on Saturday, Feb 29th at Penn Pavilion. Conversations will be centered around the theme of "Beyond 2020: China-U.S. Relations in the New Decade".

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.

The Future of Cybersecurity Policy: A Breakfast Discussion with Ari Schwartz and Jen Ellis 2/11

Join us for a breakfast discussion with leading cybersecurity policy experts! The experts leading the event are Ari Schwartz, who was one of the leading cybersecurity advisors within the National Security Council during the Obama Administration and now is the Director of the Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law and Jen Ellis, who is the Vice President of Community and Public Affairs at Rapid7.

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