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NEXT GEN VOICES: Introducing CASE Scholar Caroline Davidsen

Caroline Davidsen

As a third-grade teacher in the South Bronx, I witnessed firsthand my students’ dedication to school and their joy of learning. But I also witnessed how the systemic challenges of poverty and the overarching demands of high-stakes testing left many …

The Work Continues: CASE’s Ongoing Racial Justice Journey

One year ago, we shared with you A Message from CASE on Racial Justice in America as part of our journey toward becoming anti-racist, particularly using three levers: our thought leadership platform, training the next generation of business leaders, and …

CASE 2020-2021 Annual Report

What year it was! Our 2020-21 academic year brought more challenges than any of us could have anticipated.  A year marked by the COVID-19 pandemic with its horrific toll on health, livelihoods, education and so much more. Compounded by the …

Add Capacity to Your Team with Duke MBA Student Consultants

“I found the team skilled at jumping in and learning a new industry and providing actionable recommendations and insights. – Michael Welchel, Big Path Capital Is your impact enterprise in need of additional capacity to move forward an important project …

The Inaugural Kirby Impact Prize: What We Learned

When the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business launched the Fred Morgan Kirby Prize for Scaling Social Impact in July 2020, we knew that we would learn a lot during this …

Get to Know our Kirby Impact Prize Winner: Healthy Learners

At the 16th Annual Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference on February 24, the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business was thrilled to announce the inaugural winner of the Fred Morgan …