Finance, Technology & Consulting: Sophomore Conversations with Capital One (First Session)

Capital One will be holding two virtual chat sessions with sophomore students from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. and 5:00-6:00 p.m. on March 11th to discuss their company, the finance, consulting and technology industries, and internship opportunities. The chat sessions will be 60 minutes in length and held in an open group format. During this event, Duke alumni will be offering insights into their experiences at Capital One.

Tech Topics Seminar: Cybersecurity

The Technical Topics Seminar Series introduces Duke Engineering master's students to important technological development across engineering disciplines. Each seminar will focus on a single topic, begin with an introductory presentation to set a baseline level of knowledge, and be followed by short sessions that will brief students on engineering challenges, industry applications, and potential implications for society.

This first Technical Topics Seminar focuses on Cybersecurity.


Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders

Join us for the first event in a new series entitled "Conversations with Extraordinary Leaders." This event will feature Duke University Vice President and CIO Tracy Futhey and Harvard University Vice President and CIO Anne Margulies.

The all-virtual event is open to the IT communities at Duke, Harvard and Stanford, and will include opportunities for participants to ask questions of these leaders.

This Engineering Life Podcast Series - New Episode Release

Listen to the newest episode of This Engineering Life on Spotify, SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, or Google Podcasts! Join Professor Rebecca Simmons and undergrads Sydney Hunt, Priya Juarez, Grant LoPresti, and Fran Romano as they uncover more about engineering life at Duke University! Visit our website to listen and follow @thisengineeringlife_duke on Instagram for more information!

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.
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