Chikai Ohazama is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Google Ventures. Chikai co-founded Keyhole, which was acquired by Google in 2004 and became what we now know as Google Earth. He was one of the first product managers when the Geo group was initially formed within Google, and over the years he has led key efforts like satellite imagery, monetization, and mobile maps. He most recently worked at Niantic Labs where he led the Field Trip product. Prior to Keyhole, Chikai worked at Silicon Graphics in the Advanced Graphics Division. Chikai has a B.E.
RSVP here: https://orgsync.com/118000/events/1228595/occurrences/2754172How can an innovative investment intermediary work with funds, governments, and enterprises to catalyze the impact investment market across a country? Nick O'Donohoe, former Global Head of Research at JP Morgan, will talk about the foundation of Big Society Capital and its work dedicated to the development of social impact investing in the UK.
Why do some ideas thrive while others die? And how do we improve the chances of worthy ideas? Join us October 29th as Dan Heath, co-author of Made to Stick, talks about Made to Stick for the Social Sector: The Quest for Messages That Resonate. RSVP here: https://orgsync.com/118000/events/1228586/occurrences/2754133Dan is the co-author, along with his brother Chip, of three New York Times bestsellers: Decisive, Switch, and Made to Stick.
Scott Zufall and the Duke campus recruiting team will be on campus to present information about the company, culture and opportunities available at Stryker.This is a great way to connect with Scott and Pratt alumniStryker is one of the world's leading medical technology companies and together with our customers, we are driven to make healthcare better. The Company offers a diverse array of innovative products and services in Orthopaedics, Medical and Surgical, and Neurotechnology and Spine, which help improve patient and hospital outcomes.
Hello, I m Cooper Eben. I m a recent Pratt alum in Biomedical Engineering (BSE 2014, MEng 2015), and am a new employee at GlaxoSmithKline at their manufacturing facility in Zebulon, NC. We re currently hiring for our Future Leaders Program in Global Manufacturing & Supply (GMS). The Future Leaders Program is a 3 year rotational program that chooses the top talent in science and engineering graduates to develop into key GMS leaders.
Vivek Wadhwa will explain how, with the convergence of fields such as artificial intelligence, sensors, robotics, and medicine, it is becoming possible to solve the problems that have long plagued humanity. Entrepreneurs can now do what only governments and big research labs could do before in solving these and they can wipe out entire industries. He will highlight some of the technologies that entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley and the world are creating and the impact these will have. Bio: Wadhwa is Executive in Residence at the Pratt School of Engineering.
Are you looking for an exciting and challenging internship? Consider employment with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) as a undergraduate or graduate student. The CIA is the premier agency responsible for providing global intelligence on the ever-changing political, social, economic, technological and military environment. Here, your paramount goal and mission will be to protect the national security of the United States. Virtually any job you can imagine is available at the CIA - plus, some you can't even imagine.
The Duke Center for Instructional Technology Showcase is a free one-day conference which celebrates creativity and innovation in using technology in education at Duke with presentations and demonstrations by Duke faculty and staff.
Please join us on Monday, October 5th as Mark Thompson presents "A Brief History of Science-driven Innovation at DuPont". The DuPont Company is well into its third century, having begun as a black gunpowder producer on the banks of the Brandywine River in Wilmington, Delaware, in 1802. DuPont moved into chemistry and dominated the field of polymers in the 20th century, bringing to the world such products as Nylon, Teflon, Lycra, and Kevlar.
The Imaging Technology Fair highlights exciting contributions of Duke researchers to medical imaging technology development. This year we will host a seminar by Duke alumnus Dr. William Walker, HemoSonics, Founder and CTO, followed by a reception and poster session.