Create A Website: Layouts (Responsive CSS)

You are getting the hang of those basic CSS rules, and even though your site is starting to look good, you feel like you could do more. If this is you, then this class is for you. We will not be diving into completely uncharted territory, but we will build upon what was done in the Create a Website: Styling workshop. In this class, we will talk about why responsiveness is the way to design any site. We will look into the different markers that make up a responsive site, before diving into the different ways to change a layout (displays, floats, flexbox, grid).

Misinformation in Asian Diaspora Communities: Conversations with Rachel Kuo, Part 1

Preregistration is required.

A Conversation on Misinformation in Asian Diasporic Communities:

How does mis- and disinformation spread across diasporic social platforms? How do transnational histories of migration shape information networks and political discourses in Asian and Asian American communities? What do transnational media ecosystems reveal about intra-community dynamics across different Asian diasporas?

Duke Law Tech Lab Demo Day 2021

The Duke Center on Law & Technology invites you to the 2021 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. Learn more about the companies here:

Create A Website: Styling (Intro To CSS)

So you have created an HTML file, and it holds all your content, but it's lacking inspiration. It is time to add color to your world! In this second class in our Create a Website series, we are introducing a new language: CSS. CSS is the styling language for the web and it can make "most" of our web styling related dreams come true! With that said, CSS is a vast language with loads of possibilities and just like with everything, we must start small to one day go big. This class is geared towards CSS beginners, who have done some HTML work in the past.

China Goes Green: Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet

What does it mean for the future of the planet when one of the world's most durable authoritarian governance systems pursues "ecological civilization"? Despite its staggering pollution and colossal appetite for resources, China exemplifies a model of state-led environmentalism which concentrates decisive political, economic, and epistemic power under centralized leadership. On the face of it, China seems to embody hope for a radical new approach to environmental governance.

Cybersecurity Seminar: Brett Williams, Co-Founder of IronNet Cybersecurity and Former Director of Operations for U.S. Cyber Command

Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity students enrolled in CYBERSEC 501 do not need to register for this event.

All other Duke students, staff, and faculty who are interested in attending should contact Elizabeth Leslie (