Are you a prospective MBA student interested in energy and/or sustainability issues? Want to know more about how to get involved with EDGE and our related clubs? In this video Q&A recorded in Fall 2022, EDGE Managing Director Katie Kross and MBA/MPP student José Pumarejo discuss all things energy & environment at Fuqua. … AND, […]
José Ceballos graduated with an MBA from Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business in 2015. After graduation, he joined Accenture Strategy in Mexico City as a Strategy Consultant in the energy practice, bringing a business focus as an analyst to projects, and leading client relationships. For José, working in the energy practice has been an […]
Congratulations to five Duke MBA students who placed 3rd in the 2014 national Renewable Energy Case Competition (RECC)! In this year’s competition held at the University of Michigan on Dec. 4-5, sixteen MBA teams from around the country were challenged with creating a go-to-market strategy and implementation plan for GE in the battery storage market. […]
by Richard Bethune, MBA ’14 As Co-President of the Duke MBA Energy Club and a second-year MBA student with a passion for energy finance, I was thrilled to see two exciting developments occur this past summer. First, energy banker Ralph Eads donated $5.5 million to Duke, most of which will fund Duke Energy Initiative programs […]
by Dan Chow, MEM/MBA ’15 Dan Chow is a Duke graduate student pursuing dual Master’s degrees in Environmental Management and Business Administration. In this column, Dan shares his experiences pursuing environment-related entrepreneurial ventures at Duke. Ideation I first became interested in energy entrepreneurship while working on a geothermal-based start-up as an undergraduate at Middlebury College. […]
by Daniel Chow, MEM/MBA ’14 At Duke, students are taught why companies across all industries are pursuing sustainability, what barriers exist for different businesses, and what tools are necessary for organizations to achieve their goals. Kristina Ronneberg (MEM ’14) explained a useful framework that she learned in Professor Dan Vermeer’s Sustainable Business Strategy class, which […]
On February 3rd, the team of Jake Thomsen ’13 (MPP/MBA), Johnny Fu ’13 (MBA), Kent Truckor ’13 (MEM/MBA), Rotimi Thomas ’13 (MEM/MBA), and Tim Dertzbaugh ’12 (MEM/MBA) placed third (out of 16 teams nationally) at the 2012 Renewable Energy Case Competition organized by the University of Michigan’s Ross Schoolof Business. The competition featured a business case challenging the team to […]
Entrepreneur magazine has partnered with The Princeton Review to name sixteen top-notch MBA programs for “green business.” We’re pleased that Duke’s Fuqua School of Business is among them!