Save the Dates for Energy Week at Duke: Nov. 4-9, 2018

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Thursday, Aug 16, 2018 - 1:40 pm

Mark your calendar for the 3rd annual Energy Week at Duke! The 2018 event will offer plenty of professional growth opportunities:

Faculty and students milling around networking.
This year's Energy Mix will be Tuesday, November 6.

LEARN AND NETWORK.
Join us for the 10th annual Duke University Energy Conference (Nov. 7). This event will showcase industry insights from prominent energy sector experts—last year’s speakers included Brad Kitchens (CEO, ScottMadden), and Sayun Sukduang (CEO, Engie North America). You can also network with other students, faculty, and professionals at the Energy Mix (Nov. 6) the night before.

5 male students holding a giant check for $10K
The winning team of the 2017 case competition hailed from the Wharton School at Penn.

COMPETE (OR JUST WATCH).
Student teams from top graduate schools across the country will square off in the 6th annual Energy in Emerging Markets Case Competition (Nov. 6). (Last year, when the case focused on electricity access in Kenya, teams walked away with $15K in prizes.) In addition, conference-goers can check out promising research from students far and wide at the Energy Research Poster Presentation (Nov. 7)

A Duke Electric Vehicles team member lets a little girl sit in the team's prototype vehicle
Can't wait for Energy Technology Day (Nov.5)!

FIND OUT WHAT'S NEXT.
Duke University is one of the premier universities for energy-related research. Check out what students and faculty are creating at Energy Technology Day (Nov. 5). And if you're a student, the Spark Career Event (Nov. 6) will help you explore what could be next for you. 

& MUCH MORE!

Energy Week at Duke is organized by seven student energy clubs across campus, with support from the Duke University Energy Initiative and the Center for Energy, Development and the Global Environment (EDGE) at the Fuqua School of Business, which has been recognized among the top 10 business schools in energy.

Additional info is coming soon at energyweekatduke.org. Until then, get in the spirit by checking out the video recap and infographic documenting Energy Week 2017! 

Want to learn more about sponsorship? Contact energyweek@duke.edu.

Are you a Duke student who wants to get involved? Whether you’re an event-organizing whiz, techie, social media maven, photographer, videographer, designer, or utility player (haha—get it?), there are plllllllenty of opportunities for you to help drive this student-led event. Contact energyweek@duke.edu.