Come and go according to your schedule to participate in this six-hour experimental symposium from choreographer Michael Kliën. Nicholas Institute expert Kay Jowers will be among 23 guest speakers drawing from disparate fields of knowledge and free associations to create a matrix of collective thought. Commissioned by Duke Arts at Duke University and co-sponsored by the American Dance Festival, the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University, and the Duke Dance Program.
Duke’s Office for Translation & Commercialization invites everyone to the 5th Invented at Duke, the annual celebration and showcase of Duke inventors and inventions. This year, it is held on Tuesday, Nov. 28 from 4:30-7 p.m., at the Penn Pavilion on campus.
Remarks from President Price, head of OTC Robin Rasor, and a featured speaker beginning at 5:30 p.m. The rest of the time, there will be featured inventors with booths, drinks and hors d’oeuvres, gifts for Duke inventors who register and attend, and more.
Mark your calendars for this upcoming Think Global hybrid event on Nov. 28 at noon! Panelists will discuss research that shows marginalized communities bear the brunt of environmental health impacts, necessitating equitable solutions. Kay Jowers, director of Just Environments at the Nicholas Institute, will be among the speakers on the panel. Attendance in person is encouraged. Lunch will be available.
What is a regulatory risk? What is a physical risk? How should these be incorporated into investment decisions for non-profit organizations?
Session moderators: Sarah Bloom Raskin and Brennan McDonald
Duke students, faculty, and staff are invited to join a presentation from Francis Bouchard, managing director for climate at Marsh McLennan, on the role of the insurance sector in addressing climate risks.
Join the Southeast Climate Adaptation Science Center (SE CASC) November 9 to learn more about cycle 3 of the SE CASC in an interactive, virtual open house. They will introduce the upcoming call for the Global Change Fellows program, discuss future research opportunities, and much more. Come learn about, and provide feedback on, research priorities for climate adaptation in the southeast!
*Registration is currently closed for this event.* 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).
Duke students are invited to join an in-person session with Omer Bomba Mohammed, Managing Partner at Veritas Consulting. Discuss innovative solutions that are making a difference in the battle against energy poverty. This event is presented by the James E. Rogers Energy Access Project and Global Energy Access Network (GLEAN) at Duke University.
Registration is now open for the eighth annual Energy Week at Duke University (Mon., 11/6 – Fri., 11/10), which focuses on the theme “Creating a Just Clean Energy Transition: Moving from Rhetoric to Reality.” Learn more and register: http://energyweekatduke.org
A collaboration between the Duke Career Center and the Office of Alumni Development and Engagement, Karsh Conversations encompass several programs that provide Duke students with the opportunity to engage in dynamic conversations and relationship-building activities with Duke alumni as well the space and opportunity to meet with professionals in different career sectors to learn more about career readiness and advancement.
Karsh Conversations is open to all undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students enrolled at Duke.
Network with energy and data science experts and emerging professionals attending the two-day Energy Data Analytics Symposium at Duke University. OPEN TO ALL!
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708
*** This event is now full, but you can sign up for the waitlist. In addition, you can register to network with symposium attendees at an Energy Mix on Oct. 26 at 4:30 p.m. ET. ***
This single-track, in-person event will explore leading approaches to how data science tools, including artificial intelligence, can help us make energy systems more accessible, affordable, reliable, and environmentally sustainable.
100 Fuqua Drive
Durham, NC 27708
What is fiduciary duty? And does it apply differently for non-profit organizations? Does fiduciary duty differ for profit versus non-profit organizations? Session moderators: Sarah Bloom Raskin and Meera Ayyagari
Siemens Energy moderated discussion: Renewable Energy Isn't Enough: Challenges and Opportunities in Grid Modernization
Nicholas Institute expert Luana Marangon Lima will join Siemens Energy executives for a moderated discussion on the future of energy grid modernization. Sponsored by the German Embassy of DC and in collaboration between the German Studies Department, the Nicholas Institute, and the Duke Career Center.
Wondering about employment opportunities with Siemens Energy? Monday, Oct. 23, Duke students are invited to participate in a visit with Siemens Energy executives Kevin Vallecorsa (Director of Engineering) and Matt Neal (Vice President) in a career chat. Sponsored by the German Embassy of DC and in collaboration between the German Studies Department, the Nicholas Institute, and the Duke Career Center.
Students, faculty and staff at Duke and other Triangle-area universities are invited to attend this in-person event featuring Dr. Sarobidy Rakotonarivo, Research Fellow at the Department of Forestry and Environment at the University of Antananarivo in Madagascar. This session of the Environmental Institutions Seminar Series is presented by the Nicholas Institute, the University Program in Environmental Policy, and Duke Restore.
“We Birthed the Movement”: Exploring the Roots of the Environmental Justice Movement in Warren County, N.C.
Just Environments is hosting a reception for some of the Warren County activists who were active in the 1982 protests and who are featured in the traveling version of the exhibit “We Birthed the Movement: The Warren County PCB Landfill Protests, 1978-1982,” currently on view in the Kenan-Keohane Gallery.
The Nicholas Institute is pleased to announce our second speaker in our Power Lunch series this semester. Duke students, chat with Duke alum Nathan Hsieh (Senior Business Intelligence Analyst, Voltus) about DERs, electricity markets and more! Space is limited.
Students, staff, and faculty, are you interested in energy access? Join the James E. Rogers Energy Access Project to explore the exciting world of energy access work at Duke! Discover how you can get involved and make an impact, gain insights, network, and learn about opportunities in the field.
Featuring presentations from students who worked on access-related projects last summer, including some from the Energy Internship Program.