Attend this seminar presentation to learn more about how big data/data analytics, entrepreneurship, and technology can be integrated to create a new technology product aimed at the millennial generation. Gain exposure to the professional life of a female CEO of a startup and the skills needed to be successful in leading a company. Develop an understanding that career paths can be multi-faceted and change throughout ones life, building upon skills and experiences.*To learn more about Isa and to register for this event, click More Information below.
Attend this presentation on digital transformations and hear how GE, a 140-year-old company, is transforming itself into a leader of the digital economy. Hear from Caroline Reda, Vice President of GE's Power Services North America division on how the company that invented the light bulb is evolving into a digital leader. Caroline will discuss the company's strategic shift and how this digital revolution impacts everything from light bulbs to jet engines to the way electricity is produced and used.
Sit down and talk with Talib Graves-Manns about entrepreneurship and advice on careers in technology. Ask the questions you want to get the answers you need! For Talib's bio click More Information below.*Register by clicking More Information below.
Attend this seminar with Fannie Mitchell Expert in Residence Talib Graves-Manns and learn about entrepreneurship and careers in technology. Talib will discuss his journey; from growing up in his parent's retail store in Rittenhouse Square, to being an Entrepreneur in Residence for Google for Entrepreneurs, to traveling to the hottest companies in Silicon Valley, to obtaining a patent and launching two companies. He will discuss his relationship with business school, real world experiences and the ups & downs of entrepreneurship!*Register by clicking More Information below.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!! This free event is open to all students, so sign up for your first choice today: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_400tW8u0yAEhzspThis year's career sessions include:1. TV + Film + Documentary Storytelling & Production2. Music Performance, Production & Collaboration3. Arts Entrepreneurship: Launching A Creative Business4. Comedy, Dance, Theater Production & Collaboration5. Marketing + PR + Design6.
Interested in working for or interning at a Startup? Learn more about StartupConnect 2016, a networking event for startup companies, as well as the best way to navigate the event and interact with employers.
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.
**Registration is requested--see link in "Cost" category above.** Energy Industry Fundamentals (EIF) is a series of three primer sessions for students on various facets of the energy industry. Each session will feature presentations from a number of Duke faculty members, who will discuss their research in the context of the greater challenges that the energy industry faces. A variety of disciplines will be represented at each session, from economics and policy to business and technology and more. Session 2 faculty participants: 1. Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative; 2.
Thinking about a career that includes Computer Science?Join Google representatives to learn more about how to prepare!WHAT:Laying the Groundwork for your Technical Career1.) Understand the ideal timeline for your technicaldevelopment2.) Familiarize yourself with / explore new resources3.) Know when to reach out/apply4.) Technical Interview PreparationWHEN: Monday, April 1st 6:00pmWHERE: LSRC Room D106
There have been several new features added to Sakai this year. Come learn about enabling peer review in the assignment tool, the new media center (Warpwire), and improvements to the Lessons tool. We will showcase some sites using Sakai in innovative ways.