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Facing the uncertain future of energy. A chance to snatch the last Power Lunch ticket. Your pre-game plans.  
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A couple other things happening this week

Mon., Jan. 28: Smart Home Rush: Basketball Watch Party
3 p.m.
Duke Smart Home, 1402 Faber
Are you a rising sophomore, junior, or senior interested in the Duke Smart Home living/learning community? Attend this Basketball Watch Party (Duke v. Wake Forest). Sponsored by the Duke Smart Home Club.

Wed., Jan. 30: African Environment Initiative Spring Mixer
4:30 p.m.
Environment Hall 1111
Network and enjoy refreshments with Duke students and faculty who share your interest in Africa and the environment. 

What to look forward to

Wed., Feb. 8: Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference 
8 a.m. - 4 p.m. 
Fuqua School of Business
Come together with individuals from the private, public and social sectors to strategize about innovative ways to create lasting social and environmental impact. This annual conference—the largest of its kind in the Southeast—includes keynote speakers, panel discussions, interactive workshops and networking activities. (Oh, and the whole shebang is planned by Fuqua students, so it's sure to rock.) Learn more and register now. 

Fri., Feb. 17: Women in Energy
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
What’s it like to work in the energy sector? What advice do female energy professionals have for students—both women and men? What, specifically, can male allies do to support women in energy? Mark your calendar for this phenomenal panel of energy sector professionals! After the panel, we'll continue the conversation in breakout sessions over lunch. Event partners: Duke University Energy Initiative, EDGE Center, & the Penny Pilgram George Women's Leadership Initiative. Learn more and register now.

March 2-3: 2017 UNC Clean Tech Summit
Wanna pre-game for the Blue Devils v. Tarheels standoff on March 4? Head over to Chapel Hill for a two-day summit featuring speakers (including Gov. Cooper), panels, workshops, and networking (as well as some career development opportunities, if you're a student). Learn more and register now to attend the summit and/or pre-summit workshops. (Recommended attire? We hear it's Duke blue.) 
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