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@ 4:30 pm

The Center for Strategic Philanthropy and Civil Society hosts Paul Brest, Stanford Law Professor and former President of the Hewlett Foundation, on Wednesday, April 5 at 4:30 in the Rhodes Conference Room. Professor Brest is a national thought leader in social impact measurement and his talk...

I&E Academy
@ 5:45 pm

How can you take risks consistent with your values? How can you better handle fear, failure, rejection and criticism? Having tools to manage these realities are critical to your success in bringing innovative ideas to life, and being a leader in your chosen area. Join us for a dynamic workshop...

@ 12:00 pm

Join us for a bipartisan discussion on the state of politics in North Carolina and how we can work towards "Finding Common Ground in a Polarized World" with state leaders John Hood and Leslie Winner. The discussion will be moderated by Duke Professor of Public Policy and Associate Dean for...

Duke-RTI Professors and Practitioners in Conversation
@ 12:00 pm

In many developing nations, young people make up a substantial part of the population. As these youths enter the workforce, many of them face a stark reality. While there are decent jobs available, youths often lack the skills to fill them. As a result, these young people are relegated to low-...

@ 5:30 pm

Following Napoleon's first defeat in 1814 and the subsequent Peace of Paris, European rulers and statesmen converged on Vienna in order to complete the task of Europe's reconstruction. This talk will trace the interplay between the social and cultural exchanges at the Congress of Vienna and the...