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CASE Announces Finalists for Inaugural F. M. Kirby Impact Prize

After receiving 330 applications from enterprises serving 184 countries across 5 continents, the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business is pleased announce 14 finalists for the inaugural Fred Morgan Kirby Prize for …

Launching Social Impact Changemakers, One Innovation at a Time

If Tim Scales, a 2017 Duke University Fuqua School of Business alum and former Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Fellow, could give one piece of advice to aspiring social impact leaders, he would tell them that they …

Six Impact Trends to Watch in 2020

What are the impact trends that have you excited – or worried – as we enter 2020? We’ve been thinking about this question at CASE and have outlined six topics below that will drive our efforts in 2020 and will …

Learning through Impact: This Year’s FCCP & i3CP Clients

At CASE we believe that social impact leaders need particular mindsets, skills, and habits in order to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. Experiential education is a critical way that our MBA students gain, test, and refine those competencies.  Since …

What if Entrepreneurship Isn’t the (Only) Answer?

Mark Newberg is the Managing Director of Impact Investment Strategies at 5 Stone Green Capital. This article was originally posted on the Huffington Post. We are reposting here because Mark’s viewpoint is consistent with how CASE trains our Duke MBA students: preparing them for any sector …

Multilingual Leadership: Cracking the Code

This post was originally published on the SOCAP14 blog. To visit the original post, click here. Last year at SOCAP, we had the privilege of sharing the high-level findings from our Impact Investing 2.0 research project, which included a dozen case studies …