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Coffee and Crypto Chat

Join Dr. Jimmie Lenz, the Director of the Master of Engineering Program in Financial Technology, and Lee Reiners, the Executive Director of the Global Financial Markets Center at Duke University for an informal discussion of cryptocurrencies. Are they an asset class? Should they be regulated? If so, by whom? And we may even throw a little DeFi in to keep the conversation moving.
For Zoom information, email: dukeblockchainhelp@duke.edu.

Diversity Programs in Technology, Finance, Business & Real Estate: Sophomore Conversations SEO Career

SEO Career will be hosting a group Sophomore Conversations session at 3:00 p.m.on February 23, 2021. During this 45 minute session, sophomore students will have the opportunity to casually chat with organization representatives about summer internships in technology, finance, business and real estate.

Consulting, Government & Technology: Sophomore Conversations with CGI

CGI will be holding a virtual chat session with sophomore students from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. on February 17th to discuss their company, the business and technical consulting industries, and internship opportunities. The chat session will be 45-60 minutes in length and held in a open group format. Duke alumni, Clay Goldwein, will be hosting the session and offering insights into his experience at CGI.

Business Services, Technology, Analysis & Retail: Sophomore Conversations with CarMax

CarMax will be holding virtual chat sessions with sophomore students from 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on February 11th to discuss their company, the business services and retail industries, and their upcoming analyst and technology internship opportunities. Chats will be 20 minutes in length and held in a one-on-one format with an CarMax representative. Discussions will be led by Duke alumni who are currently part of the CarMax team.

China's Emerging Intellectual Property Edge: Challenges and Opportunities

Over the last several years, China's authorities have taken major steps to improve the Chinese intellectual property (IP) regime. Every major IP law has been amended, new specialized IP courts have been established, IP-related international agreements have been signed, and China's IP offices and litigation dockets have grown astronomically. A number of academic studies show that foreigners generally show that foreigners do well in China's emerging IP environment, including winning lawsuits and obtaining meaningful injunctive relief.

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