10 Years of Impact and Counting

March 2013 After 10 years, our team at CASE is incredibly proud of our accomplishments and even more excited to look to the future.  Of course, none of this is possible without the support and partnership of so many in the field. We celebrated our anniversary with friends and partners, many in person and some […]

Capital + Ideas + People + Timing = Social Change

Professor Cathy Clark gave this TED-style talk as part of CASE’s 10th anniversary celebration in December 2012. How do social entrepreneurship and impact investing interrelate?  And what does that have to do with Sesame Street? At CASE’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebration, Professor Cathy Clark used the example of Sesame Street to articulate a formula for […]

Toward an Open-Solution Society

Professor Greg Dees gave this TED-style talk as part of CASE’s 10th anniversary celebration in December 2012. Why should we care about social entrepreneurship? Why does it matter? According to CASE Founder Greg Dees, it is not just about making money while doing good. Nor is it just about helping nonprofits be more business-like.  “It’s a […]

The CASE Top 10 for 10 Years

February 2013 10 years. Time sure does fly! Our CASE team still cannot believe that it has been 10 years of social impact and innovation here at Duke! So many great memories and we really enjoyed celebrating them all at our 10 Year Anniversary Celebration this past December. Over the next few days, we’ll be […]

The Past, Present and Future of Social Entrepreneurship

Greg Dees

CASE Founder Greg Dees reflects on 10 years of CASE at Fuqua. This Q&A was originally posted on the Fuqua website in January 2013. Social entrepreneurs are playing a key role in recognizing and resourcefully pursuing opportunities to create social value. They are putting in place innovative solutions to transform the education system and harnessing […]