Duke Asia Business Conference 2019

Join us at the annual Duke Asia Business Conference, to be held at the Fuqua School of Business on April 3, 2019, from 9 am. In this year's conference, we will discuss various perspectives from business executives, economists, as well as investors on how to seize growth opportunities from Asia's accelerating internet economy. Register for free and access more information at https://dukeasiabusinessconference.weebly.com/

Education, Technology, and Innovation: Engaging Educators Career Series

Ready to discover career opportunities that combine technology, computer science, programming, entrepreneurship, and innovation with education? Come network with experts and learn more about careers and opportunities to use your skills helping and teaching others.

This event will include a panel of Duke and community experts, guided roundtable conversations, and time for open networking. Light refreshments will be served.

RSVP appreciated: http://tinyurl.com/YCPDSVPR

AI-DAGPSA Conference

The second annual Africa Initiative and Graduate Professional Students' Association Conference is focused on social, political and economic changes in Africa. The conference will feature undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and professionals affiliated with universities in the Triangle area, with a focus on projects or research conducted in Africa or that pertains to African-related topics.

AGS Welcome and Information Ice Cream Social

Interested in grand strategy, international security, foreign policy or diplomacy? Join us on Tuesday, August 28 at 5 p.m. for local, Pine Cone Durham ice cream and more information about the Duke Program in American Grand Strategy! We will meet in the first floor atrium of Gross Hall.

Whether you have been a student with AGS for years or just heard about the program today, we hope you will join us as we kick off the year together.

Toward Population-Level Analysis of Antibody Responses to HIV-1 Infection

Dr. Ivelin Georgiev is an Assistant Professor at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center and member of the Vanderbilt Vaccine Center. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Duke University. In 2009 he joined the newly formed Structural Bioinformatics Core Section at the Vaccine Research Center, NIH, where he served as a staff scientist and co-head until 2015. His research focuses on utilizing the power of computation to increase our understanding of fundamental questions in immunology and virology and to develop novel ways of using this understanding to fight diseases.

Business in Africa Conference

"Innovation for Africa: the Continent's Instrument for Growth and Prosperity"
The impressive growth of several African economies is well-discussed. At this year's conference, we will explore one of the drivers of this growth, innovation - seen across education, mobile payment platforms, drug distribution etc. - and how we can harness it for further growth and true prosperity.