Dennis Gilmore, Ph.D.’78 is President of Crosslynk Research Consulting, where he provides professional services to start-ups involved in transforming new technologies into products. This role builds on his leadership background across a broad spectrum of industries and around the world. Over a career spanning nearly 40 years,...
It hasn't been a particularly frigid winter so far... except for a few memorable days at the end of December. So how do Duke buildings stay warm during cold snaps like that? Find out on this Power Trip, when Facilities Management operations engineer Chris Silcott will lead a tour of the West Campus Steam Plant.
(This event is sold out, but Duke students can still sign up for the waitlist.) Duke alum Katharine Kollins (MEM/MBA '09), president of the Southeastern Wind Coalition, will present a brief talk on current issues and career paths in the rapidly evolving wind industry, followed by discussion.
Paul Buchholz (Associate Professor of German, Emory University) will examine writings of the environmentalist New Left that grappled with the problem of social class in this context of environmentalism. He will show how activists and intellectuals, while being estranged from the labor movement and its political representation, staked out their position as either more authentically Marxist, or...
The “Conversations” events hosted by the Duke Divinity School’s Center for Reconciliation are intended to create “a safe space where anyone can learn, discuss, and imagine God's works of reconciliation.” This installment of the series will be led by Avery Davis Lamb (Creation Justice Ministries) and will involving reflections on “what the right relationship with God's creation might look like...
Session one of the Nature-based Solutions: Current Issues webinar series focuses on assessing the costs and benefits of NbS. How can we account for all the benefits NbS provide? How do they compare to more traditional (gray infrastructure) solutions? What is the return on investment for NbS?
This Energy Pathways USA panel to be held at COP27 brings together top U.S. private sector leaders to discuss key net-zero challenges and opportunities for their own operations, and those effecting the broader American and international landscape.
How can an equitable and resilient energy system help us combat the climate crisis? And what will it take to get there? Register now for Energy Week at Duke (November 7 – 10, 2022) to engage with these questions and others via networking events, panel discussions and keynote talks with industry experts, and more.
Countries need to move faster on a new wave of infrastructure that meets, and perhaps surpasses Paris Climate Commitments and Sustainable Development Goals. At this webinar, speakers will help bring into focus the increasingly busy landscape of global green infrastructure initiatives.
Duke students are invited to join our Power Lunch featuring Kate Ringness (JD'94, LLM'94), principal and co-founder of SmartBlock Consulting. Event capacity will be limited so that all attendees have the chance to introduce themselves, ask questions, and exchange ideas. Lunch will be provided; registration is required.
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