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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 …

Welcome 2021-2022 CASE and CASE i3 Fellows

Consistently rated “one of my most transformative business school experiences,” the CASE and CASE i3 Fellowships, are selective programs for second-year MBA students who are committed to using their business skills to help solve social problems. Meet this year’s CASE …

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 …

CASE 2019-2020 Annual Report

We had another exciting year of impact at CASE! Read our 2019-2020 annual report to learn more about our accomplishments in our next gen, scaling and impact investing portfolios, as well as what we are looking forward to working on …

A Message from CASE on Racial Justice in America

Dear CASE Community, Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. George Floyd. Whiteness weaponized against Christian Cooper. Disproportionate impacts of COVID-19 on people of color. A global health pandemic layered on top of the pandemic of racism that has scourged our country for …