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November 2, 2019

Don’t miss these events with journalists at DEMAN!



Saturday, November 2, 2019


Behind the Scenes with Dope Labs, a Spotify Original podcast
co-hosted by alumnae Titi Shodiya, PhD’15 and Zakiya Whatley, PhD’14
11am–12pm | von der Heyden Studio Theater


Creative Industries Panels (featuring alumni in creative industries)

From CBS Sports to the GRAMMYs:
Sports & Music Industries

Location: Murthy Agora 129
Meet the Dukies working in these closely-tied industries from concerts to game days and music videos, including MLB, Baltimore Ravens and WNYC.

1:00pm–2:20pm Panelists: Cameron Thompkins, Julie Williams, Mary Jurey, Allison Creekmore, Hilary Lerner, Cory Rayborn, Bryan Morgan, Sean McManus, Ethan Schiffres, Daina Falk, Cassie Calvert, Dan Nolan, Emma Baccellieri

Moderator: Eric Oberstein, Interim Director, Duke Performances

Note: There is no 2:30pm From CBS Sports to the GRAMMYs session.

Pen, Page & Podcast:
Writing, Reporting & Producing

Location: AMI Film Studio 232
Meet the Dukies who work across the country telling stories as journalists, authors, and freelance writers for organizations, such as The Atlantic, CBS 60 Minutes, and NBC News.

1:00pm–2:20pm Panelists: Summer Dunsmore, Je-Anne Berry, David Graham, Chuck Adams, Marc Lieberman, Maria Kuznetsova, Jon Schnaars, Sina Gebre-Ab, Gwendolyn Oxenham, Josh Chapin, Kesha Lee, Erica Henry

2:30pm–3:50pm Panelists: Imani Moise, Likhitha Butchireddygari, Susannah Roberson, Amanda Lewellyn, Morgan Hoit, Steven Petrow, Winston Wilde, Danielle Pergament, Sarah Krueger Robinson

Moderator: Bill Adair, Knight Professor of the Practice of Journalism and Public Policy | Director, DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy


Duke’s Got Talent Showcase
Celebrate the incredible talents of our alumni! Featuring…Aaron Lazar (DEAR EVAN HANSEN National Tour) Rence Nemeh (THE SECOND CITY), Cam Thompkins (WNYC), Julie Williams & Serges Himbaza (Small Town Records alumni), Lexy Lattimore (The Commemoration Company), Jay Attys (NC Central University’s Vocal Jazz Ensemble) and Emcee Dave Karger (NBC TODAY, TCM).

4–5pm | von der Heyden Studio Theater


November 2, 2019