Leadership

Healthcare Innovations Symposium

The Feagin Leadership Program is excited to present its first annual Duke Healthcare Innovations Symposium: Doing It Right With Industry! on Saturday April 17th from 12-5 PM. This symposium is perfect for anyone who is interested in the intersections of business, innovation, and healthcare, regardless of what field you come from. The symposium will feature stories of success and failure from physician-entrepreneurs, practical tips for taking an idea to market, and an overview of how to navigate intellectual property regulations.

The Business of Reaching Net-Zero Emissions in Asia (Webinar)

Actions from regional and international business communities are essential meeting Asia's nascent net-zero carbon emissions goals. With China, Japan and the Republic of Korea all committing to carbon neutrality by mid-century, and pressure building for developing Asian countries to put forth more ambitious emissions reduction strategies, the region is entering a new era of climate change action.

Women in Energy

Across the energy sector, women make up less than 30% of the workforce, but that is changing as more young women enter the sector and as the industry makes a concentrated effort to increase gender diversity.

What's it like to be a woman working in energy? What can both female and male executives do to encourage more diversity in the sector? And what skills make any young professional well prepared for a career in energy?

Tech Topics Seminar: Cybersecurity

The Technical Topics Seminar Series introduces Duke Engineering master's students to important technological development across engineering disciplines. Each seminar will focus on a single topic, begin with an introductory presentation to set a baseline level of knowledge, and be followed by short sessions that will brief students on engineering challenges, industry applications, and potential implications for society.

This first Technical Topics Seminar focuses on Cybersecurity.

Presentations:

Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders

Join us for the first event in a new series entitled "Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders." This event will feature Duke University Vice President and CIO Tracy Futhey and Harvard University Vice President and CIO Anne Margulies.

The all-virtual event is open to the IT communities at Duke, Harvard and Stanford, and will include opportunities for participants to ask questions of these leaders.

MEM Seminar: Erik Anderson, Clinical Applications Specialist, Synaptive Medical

Master of Engineering Management (MEM) students do not need to register for this event. All other Duke students, staff, and faculty interested in attending should e-mail Carey Rudell, Assistant Dir., Professional Development at carey.rudell@duke.edu. This event is not open to the general public.

Erik Anderson is a passionate innovator and technology adopter in the medical device space.

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