The annual WiSE Symposium features a keynote address on allied behavior training, a de-escalation training workshop, and student poster session and happy hour. Register by 4/21 for poster session, by 4/28 for keynote and/or workshop.
Duke University faculty will focus on identifying and cultivating future research opportunities in this workshop organized by the Energy Initiative. Interested faculty should contact email@example.com for more information about the agenda and how to register.
On May 9-11, 2017, members of the Sustainable Energy Transitions Initiative (SETI)—including more than 60 energy experts from 15 countries—will gather at Duke University to share lessons learned from their work and discuss how they might collaborate in the future.
SETI is an interdisciplinary global collaborative that aims to foster research on energy access and energy transitions....
The Duke University Energy Initiative welcomes students, faculty, staff, and professionals in the Triangle’s energy sector to share food, drink and conversation with energy experts from across the world during our May 9 Energy Mix. Researchers and practitioners from 15 countries will be at Duke University to discuss their work on sustainable energy transitions.
The Carolinas have the largest energy economy in the eastern U.S. and is among the most diverse in the world. Energy Inc. is the region's annual energy business benchmark conference. The event—affiliated with the Charlotte Business Journal— includes networking, engaging panel discussions, luncheon with a keynote address and leadership awards ceremony. ...
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