Government Relations: The Changing Landscape - Duke Researcher Fundamentals Session



Melkonian, Mitch


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Duke Research & Innovation Week 2023


Interim Vice President of Public Affairs and Government Relations Chris Simmons and Assistant Vice President of Government Relations Melissa Vetterkind

This in-person Researcher Fundamentals session is designed to familiarize faculty investigators with the changing landscape of government relations as it relates to facilitating their innovative research at Duke. ‎ Featuring: Chris Simmons, Interim Vice President, Public Affairs and Government Relations and Melissa Vetterkind, Assistant Vice President, Office of Government Relations ‎ For more information and to register, please visit ‎ Limited seating available. ‎ Researcher Fundamentals session part of Duke Research & Innovation Week 2023. Learn more at ‎ A new track of educational opportunities, Duke Researcher Fundamentals Sessions will familiarize faculty investigators with various research enterprise tools, resources and services to help facilitate their innovative research at Duke. Faculty and research staff across campus and the School of Medicine are invited to join their colleagues and subject matter experts in robust discussions about the challenges facing researchers in the post-COVID world.


Politics, Lecture/Talk, Training, Conference/Symposium, Workshop/Short Course, Research, Information Session, Free Food and Beverages, and Giveaways