Law students are invited to apply for Energy 790: Renewables and the World's Poor, an interdisciplinary class for graduate students with the objective of exploring how to provide electricity to the world's poor. Jim Rogers and Tim Profeta will lead the course, which meets this fall on Wednesdays from 1:25-2:40 p.m. in 104 Gross Hall. To apply, submit name, school, program of study, year in program, brief statement of interest in the class, and brief description of the background you bring to the subject to Jessica.Sheffield@duke.edu. Applications due by July 21st; contact Tim Profeta (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you are interested but may need additional time to apply.
Apply for ENERGY 790: "Renewables and the World’s Poor"
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Neil Vidmar: A social scientist leaves ‘an invaluable legacy’ at Duke Law
Asked what's driven his success over almost 50 years as a scholar, teacher, and empirical researcher at the intersection of social psychology and law, Neil Vidmar answers quickly.
“Academics have a great privilege to follow their curiosity,” says Vidmar, the Russell M. Robinson II Professor of Law and Professor of Psychology.