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Free Events At Duke This Week: 'Exit Interview' With Sam Wells And More
Durham, NC - This week's picks for five free things to do at Duke include an identity theft prevention workshop, a multimedia musical event in Duke Chapel and a live interview with outgoing dean of Duke Chapel, Sam Wells.
12:30 to 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, April 17
Tips to Prevent ID Theft
Fight Back Against Identity Theft, sponsored by the Duke Credit Union, will provide tips on how to deter, detect and defend against identity theft. The workshop is in credit union offices in the Erwin Square Building.
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Tuesday, April 17
'Exit Interview' with Sam Wells
Frank Stasio, host of NPR's The State of Things, will interview Sam Wells live in Duke Chapel for the final Dean's Dialogue. This "Exit Interview" will be an occasion for candid conversation, challenging questions and perhaps surprising answers. A few questions will be taken from the audience near the end of the interview.
12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 18
Stealing passwords and compromising online accounts is getting easier and easier with the development of custom phishing emails, key loggers and application of powerful graphic processor to crack encrypted passwords. Learn ways to combat password compromises during this OIT Learn IT @ Lunch workshop. The session is in the RENCI Center - Telecommunications Bldg.
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., Thursday, April 19
What Company Do We Keep?
Join the Duke Center for Civic Engagement for a "Civic Thursday" discussion about the topic, "What Company Do We Keep? The Social In Social Entrepreneurship." Panelists, among others, include Christopher Gergen, adjunct faculty of the Hart Leadership Program and Founding Executive Director of Bull City Forward and Founding Partner of Life Entrepreneurs. The discussion is in the Levine Science Research Center, D243.
4 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, April 21
Music of the Sistine Chapel
The Duke Vespers Ensemble presents a concert featuring music by composers working for and commissioned by the Sistine Chapel at the Vatican. The choral music will be augmented by projected works of Sistine Chapel art from concurrent time periods, creating a true multimedia event and a unique collaboration with the Department of Art History. The concert is in Duke Chapel.
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