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Research Town Hall: Building Good Institutional Practices at Duke, Nov. 5

The Duke Office of Scientific Integrity invites you to attend the Research Town Hall Building Good Institutional Practices at Duke. on November 5, at 2:00 – 3:30 pm in Trent Semans Great Hall. Learn about practices (existing, future, and even some myths!) at Duke — all with an eye towards…

William & Mary Graduate Research Symposium Call for Abstracts, Due Dec. 6

On behalf of William & Mary’s Graduate Research Symposium Committee, we wish to extend an invitation to the Arts & Sciences graduate students at your institution to participate in the 19th Annual Graduate Research Symposium (GRS), March 20 & 21, 2020. We are seeking abstract submissions from currently enrolled graduate…

Live chat with a 2019 Nobel-winning scientist, Oct. 16

Dear Colleagues, see below an opportunity for our faculty, staff and students to participate in a live chat with Duke trustee and undergraduate and medical school alumnus Dr. William Kaelin. We will post this information on the SoM blog and tweet. Please feel free to share with your respective units…

How Immigrants Help Shape American Scientific Leadership, Nov. 4

Talent From All Corners: How Immigrants Help Shape American Scientific Leadership Monday, November 4th, 2019 Searle Auditorium – 3:00 – 6:00 pm Immigrants and their descendants make impactful scientific discoveries, start new ventures based on their research, and educate and mentor new generations of scientists and innovators. In this panel…

+Data Science Events in October

+Data Science (+DS) is a Duke-wide program, operating in partnership with departments, schools, and institutes to enable faculty, students, and staff to employ data science at a level tailored to their needs, level of expertise, and interests. For more information, please visit our website at https://plus.datascience.duke.edu/ Upcoming In-Person Learning Experiences…

2019 Provost Forum: Immigration in a Divided World

Dear Colleagues: I invite you to attend the 2019 Provost Forum, “Immigration in a Divided World” to be held October 16 & 17. Please save the dates. The event is free. This year’s Forum focuses on areas of tension within and between nations over issues of immigration. Participants will encounter…