Are YOU an Operations & Events Rockstar?

Do you enjoy continuously improving the world around you? Are you passionate about systems that improve efficiency and effectiveness? Do you believe that events have the power to create high impact learning communities that spark real change? Are you focused on excellent customer service? Does paying attention to the details of any project light your […]

Healthcare Innovation in East Africa and SEAD

This post originally appeared on the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD)’s blog here. SEAD is part of the USAID Higher Education Solutions Network and CASE is one of the Duke campus partners of the accelerator program. We will be highlighting events from the East Africa visit throughout the week so stay tuned! Our team […]

Did You Know? 10 Facts About CASE

Fuqua sends out “Did You Know?” messages to its staff about the activities of different departments at Fuqua. We are a large institution and especially since CASE does so much of its work outside of the walls of Fuqua, we wanted to share this list of 10 facts about our work in 2015: CASE (the […]

A Year of Impact and Progress  

If we all did the things we are capable of doing, we would literally astound ourselves. ~ Thomas Edison A university-wide Ebola Innovation Challenge that inspired 160+ students to think about how they can use their skills to solve real world challenges. Twenty-five global health social entrepreneurs who are touching tens of millions of people […]

A Decade of Ideas; A Lifetime of Action

This post was written by Mary O’Donnell, a second year Duke MBA student and a CASE Fellow. Mary, along with fellow Duke MBA student Blaise Cote, was the co-director of the 2015 Sustainable Business and Social Impact conference. As a MBA student at Fuqua, I am empowered every time I hear Fuqua Dean Boulding state […]

Lessons from a Great Leader:  Michael Brown, CEO of City Year

This post was written by Diana Vining, a second year Duke MBA student and CASE Scholar. Diana reflects on the recent visit from Michael Brown, co-founder and CEO of City Year. Want to hear more from Michael Brown? Check out our CASE Chat with him here. Throughout the course of our lives we will each come […]

Imprint Capital: Helping Impact Investors Help Themselves

This post was written by Grace Webster, a CASE Fellow and CASE i3 Fellow who has just graduated from Fuqua.  She reflects on a visit from the final speaker from this year’s CASE i3 Speaker Series, John Goldstein, cofounder of Imprint Capital. Watch our CASE Chat with John Goldstein here. A recent White House gathering […]

SEAD Symposium Innovator Highlights – Round 2

This article was originally posted on the Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke (SEAD) website. Click here for the original post.   This Friday is the Duke Symposium on Scaling Innovations in Global Health!  We’re excited to be welcoming the SEAD Innovators to Duke campus and giving the community a chance to learn about the exciting […]

2014 CASE Award Goes to Living Goods

CASE is excited to announce the 2014 winner of the CASE Award for Enterprising Social Innovation (ESI), Living Goods! Living Goods is a fantastic social venture that empowers the poor through networks of ‘Avon-like’ micro-entrepreneurs who go door-to-door teaching families how to improve their health and wealth while selling a broad assortment of affordable, life-changing […]

SEAD Symposium Innovator Highlights – Round 1

This article was originally posted on the SEAD website. Click here to view the original post.  We are closing in on the Duke Symposium on Scaling Innovations in Global Health! The office is bustling as we begin our final push to attract attendees, prepare our network of innovators for our panels, and organize the final […]