Tag Archives: social impact

Learning by Doing: The 2021-22 Partnerships

One of the benefits of the Duke MBA is that our students have many opportunities to immediately apply their learning to real world challenges outside the classroom.   Students work side-by-side with business and nonprofit leaders through several experiential learning …

Pivoting to Impact: Changing Sectors in Pursuit of Social Change

Tiffany Hsieh, Duke MBA class of 2018 and Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) Scholar, always knew that she wanted to focus her career on ensuring equitable opportunities for others through education. What she didn’t know, however, is …

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 …

Welcome 2019-2020 CASE & CASE i3 Fellows!

CASE and CASE i3 Fellows

Each year, CASE and CASE i3 select an elite group of second-year MBAs to act as ambassadors of CASE’s work and collaborate with the CASE team throughout the year. These fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds and engage …

Are YOU an Operations & Events Rockstar?

Do you enjoy continuously improving the world around you? Are you passionate about systems that improve efficiency and effectiveness? Do you believe that events have the power to create high impact learning communities that spark real change? Are you focused …

15 Social Impact Research Topics You Want to Read

Social Impact Research

For 15 years, CASE has been studying the social impact field and how social entrepreneurs can leap the chasm from innovative idea to sustainable impact. Greg Dees, one of our founders and a pioneer in the study of social entrepreneurship, …