Ideate is a virtual design-thinking conference filled with awesome speakers, workshops, and a design challenge to explore how design and innovation interact. Ideate aims to observe how design thinking can be applied across fields, and is open to design aficionados, curious newcomers, and everyone in between!
Katherine Nathanson, MD
Pearl Basser Professor for BRCA-Related Research at the Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania
"Cancer Genetics in Populations: from the electronic health record to large scale studies"
Thursday, April 8, 2021 | 12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
Registration Required: https://tinyurl.com/KNCAGPMForum
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.
If human beings are creating artificial intelligence that influences the future, who determines which of us get to imagine that future? Whose voices will be heard, and whose imagination and vision will be realized?
The Impressive rise in China's capabilities in science, technology and innovation (STI) raises important questions for the United States and other countries. Chinese progress is rightly seen as providing it with material and intellectual resources to challenge US economic and national security interests. But, after more than four decades of close US-China cooperation in science and technology, it also presents the US with a mixed set of opportunities as well as challenges.
Find an exciting job or internship at the annual SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair. Meet top-notch employers online for opportunities nationwide.
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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.
In this hands-on workshop you'll discover how easy it is to learn the basics of coding with Twine, and you'll create your own Twine adventure.
Dr. Randall Sadler is an Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Director of the Illinois English as a Second Language (ESL) and Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) Programs. He teaches courses on telecollaboration and language learning, virtual worlds and language learning and the teaching of L2 reading and writing.
Sponsored by Duke Game Lab and Duke Language Central
This workshop will ask you to consider your underlying assumptions regarding the value of games as a teaching tool. We will cover: what games exist, their affordances for language teaching, why you should consider teaching with them.
James York is an Assistant Professor at Tokyo Denki University, Japan, and is co-editor of LUD.
Sponsored by Duke Game Lab and Duke Language Central.