Join the Rethinking Diplomacy Program (RDP) at Duke University for the first in a series of discussions on climate and energy diplomacy. Panelists and moderators (including Avner Vengosh and Erika Weinthal of the Nicholas School of the Environment, and Patrick Duddy of the RDP at Duke University) will discuss the challenges and opportunities of mining and development in South America's Lithium Triangle for this in-person event. The event will also be available via livestream.
*** This event is now full, but you can sign up for the waitlist.***
Duke students are invited to join a Power Lunch featuring alum Jen Weiss, founder and co-director of the North Carolina Clean Energy Fund. Event capacity will be limited so that all attendees have the chance to introduce themselves, ask questions, and exchange ideas. Lunch will be provided.
*** IMPORTANT: Duke alumni should register via this Homecoming Weekend form.***
All Duke students and alumni are invited to a networking reception to meet others passionate about addressing the climate challenge. Come connect and celebrate—it’s the first day of Homecoming weekend and the one-year anniversary of the formal announcement of Duke’s Climate Commitment.
Join local and state leaders for a roundtable discussion on vehicle electrification in the rural southeast. Trey Gowdy (Nicholas Institute) will speak about the Southeast Electric Transportation Regional Initiative (SETRI) and Southeast EV workforce development at the event.
How can data science tools, including artificial intelligence, help us make energy systems more accessible, affordable, reliable, and environmentally sustainable? This single-track, in-person event will explore leading approaches addressing this question, highlighting the work of established experts and energy professionals as well as emerging scholars in the field.
In particular, the symposium will examine how data science and machine learning are driving innovation in these areas:
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Save the dates for the 8th annual Energy Week at Duke: November 6-10, 2023! Many of this year's events will explore the equity implications of the clean energy transition and how the implementation of energy policies impacts communities in NC and beyond. More details and registration coming soon at energyweekatduke.org.
Save the date for the 15th annual Duke University Energy Conference (*Nov. 8, 2023) at the Fuqua School of Business, organized by the MBA Energy Club as part of Energy Week at Duke (Nov. 6-10, 2023).