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    The Role of Big Society Capital in Growing Impact Investment

    During his visit to campus in December, Nick O’Donohoe, CEO of Big Society Capital, provided insight into the founding of the organization and its role in building the social investment market in the United Kingdom. Impact investing (as we know …

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    No Matter Your Destination, Make Service Part of Your Travels

    This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post December 1, 2015 and was written by CASE Scholar Nikki Gusz, Daytime MBA 2017. Many of us travel through airports this time of year to reunite with our families for the holidays. …

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    Mixing Private Capital and International Aid: The Case of Nepal

    Colin is a second year dual Master of Public Policy and MBA candidate at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy and Fuqua School of Business. At Duke, Colin is focusing on finance and international development. Last summer Colin interned …

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    SBSI: Exploring Sustainability and Social Impact for 11 Years

    As we’re busy preparing for this year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference on February 24th, it’s hard to believe it has been 11 years since the Fuqua chapter of the Net Impact Club began hosting the conference. In …

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    CASE Chats

    The CASE Chats video series features the movers and shakers in the field of social entrepreneurship sharing their insights on tri-sector leadership, impact investing, social ventures, and more.  View the latest CASE Chats here.

SBSI: Exploring Sustainability and Social Impact for 11 Years

SBSI Program

As we’re busy preparing for this year’s Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) conference on February 24th, it’s hard to believe it has been 11 years since the Fuqua chapter of the Net Impact Club began hosting the conference. In …

Facebook & Health: A Match Made in Latin America?

A Pro Mujer office in León, Nicaragua, December 2014

This post originally appeared on the Duke Global Digital Health Science Center blog. Their research study looking at the effect of Facebook in adapting healthy behaviors was one of four studies funded by SEAD last year. You can find summaries …