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Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business is not only one of the top business schools in the world, it's also the first global one.
Fuqua enrolled its first class in 1970. Today, our programs include: - The Duke MBA – Daytime - The Duke MBA – Cross Continent - The Duke MBA – Global Executive - The Duke MBA – Weekend Executive - 2 Master of Management Studies (MMS) programs - The PhD Program in Business Administration A Health Sector Management certificate is available in the Daytime, Global Executive, Weekend Executive and Cross Continent programs.
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"Bitcoin's main purpose is to enable the efficient exchange of property via minimal transaction costs and a high level of security." Professor Campbell Harvey in the Wall Street Journal http://dukefuqua.com/1uE4xFJ
21st Century Business Herald, Yomiuri Shimbun, Chosun Ilbo? We're interested in learning what media you're reading across East Asia, please share the outlets you like and and why.
"The challenge is changing the culture inside the company." - Microsoft Executive Biljana Weber discusses technology, employee productivity, company culture and women in leadership: http://dukefuqua.com/1ukhODm
Khaleej Times, The National, Gulf News, MUBASHER.Info? Help us identify the regional and industry media we should check out across the Middle East and North Africa.
We welcome Claire and Coralie, two of our newest student bloggers! Claire lives in Ecuador and Coralie in Switzerland, and both will be writing about their experiences as members of the Cross Continent MBA Class of 2015. http://dukefuqua.com/1r70yTj
We're looking forward to all the new options—lodging, food, beverage, meeting and event space—that the JB Duke Hotel will provide our school beginning in January 2017. http://dukefuqua.com/25XIL6X
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Is your social venture facing a challenge that could benefit from a team of The Fuqua School of Business MBA students? Learn how the Fuqua Client Consulting Practicum could help your org:
"Meeting so many different but similar people and being able to work together and learn from each other made it like nothing else I’ve ever been involved in. They represented all aspects of business and I was able to learn from them like we were family members." Congratulations to David Postill, Global Executive MBA '16 and VP of Marketing for the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, on being named one of Poets & Quants' 2016 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs. http://dukefuqua.com/1XpnBcI
5 Ways to Become a Better Networker A video with Professor Dorie Clark: http://dukefuqua.com/24UdQT3
Congratulations to Rebecca Wang, Genevieve Lupton, Melody O'Connor, and all our MBA moms in the Class of 2016! These recent Daytime graduates are among the women who provide great examples of how to leverage an MBA while navigating the family commitment that comes with being a mom. http://dukefuqua.com/1Yskz6Z
Nudging consumers toward better decisions, doctor-patient insights, the risks of expanding a federal drug incentive program, and leadership lessons from the Patagonia CEO... All in our latest newsletter roundup of faculty research and business insights. http://dukefuqua.com/1WNV40i
Applications are now open! Do you have an impact investing project that could benefit from a team of The Fuqua School of Business MBA students? Learn about the CASE i3CP and if it's right for your organization:
“The greatest part of having a successful business is that it enables us to be socially responsible with giving back our time, talents, and resources in the local and broad community!” Congratulations to Kirsten Castillo, Global Executive MBA '16 and CEO of Logistics Planning Services, on being named one of Poets & Quants' 2016 Best & Brightest Executive MBAs. http://dukefuqua.com/1UjtOmV
Students involved in academic travel crave the local insights—that’s where Duke and Fuqua alumni in step in. We thank Zela Chin, head of the Duke Hong Kong Alumni Association, and Shawn Saparamadu, Daytime MBA ’11, for their support. Daytime MBA students studying in East Asia with Professor Dan Vermeer joined them to discuss energy and water issues facing the region.
The upcoming election and ongoing dysfunction in Washington prompted almost 8 out of 10 U.S. CFOs to say the country faces moderate to severe political risk. Additionally, almost half of all American firms are limiting their spending because of it, according to ther latest CFO Survey. http://dukefuqua.com/1t5hgGA
“Duke allowed me to think differently, to think across disciplines, and now to touch the lives of thousands with brain cancer.” Dr. John Sampson, Weekend Executive MBA '11, talks about the vaccine Duke developed that could change the way patients with brain tumors are treated around the world.
Congrats to Daytime MBAs Wes Day and Nick Kirby, who along with their business partner won an NC IDEA grant for their startup, MicroSIO. The company was nurtured through our Program for Entrepreneurs (P4E) and is centered around a new anti-aging technology. http://dukefuqua.com/1UiDVtA
Examining opioid addiction in the wake of Prince's death, Professor Peter Ubel finds "many physicians have not received adequate training on how to manage chronic pain, and how to handle patients whose narcotic use is becoming troublesome." http://dukefuqua.com/1tkvILA
They say variety is the spice of life, but it's also true that too much of anything isn't good for you. Professor Jordan Etkin found engaging in a variety of activities from day to day can make us happier, but too much variety in too short a time can have the opposite effect http://dukefuqua.com/215LbK0
Curious about what's been going on over by the The Fuqua School of Business? Find out details about renovations at this hotel and conference space.
Congratulations to our Black and Latino MBA Organization (BLMBAO) on receiving the Daytime MBA Club of the Year Award for 2016! We’re thankful for the club’s efforts that have continued to strengthen the collective diversity of our community and helped prepare students to lead across difference.
The Fuqua School of Business professor Dr. Peter Ubel says physicians need better training on how to manage chronic pain and on how to help patients wean themselves from narcotics when they run the risk of being harmed by these medications.
It's orientation week for our newest MBA students. Welcome, Weekend Executive Class of 2017!
Here is what the Fox Center looks like during lunch. As busy as it seems, this is actually less people than we see on a typical day when students are on campus.
Great to see Professor Aaron Chatterji joining the conversation! This event in Chicago explored how the business community is helping tackle some of the most pressing issues facing the city.
"A resource such as the Investment Club can only enrich your MMS experience—it may even give you networking and practical application opportunities that extend far beyond the reach of the classroom." Katie Keng, MMS: FOB '16 http://dukefuqua.com/1TYkCo4
Here is a look at our Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) and a recap of its efforts over the last year to prepare the next generation of social impact leaders. http://dukefuqua.com/1P8y9Ff
"I’m constantly astounded by the sheer amount of collaboration, knowledge transfer, and enjoyment that takes place in the Fox Center." Shakira D. Chanrai, Daytime MBA '17 http://dukefuqua.com/1TN0V3z
"Outside of classes, Fuqua is almost entirely student-led. If there was a project or initiative, whether that be a club conference, recruiting prep, or an international group trip, there were students that were ready to lead or pitch in to help." Paul Jacobs, Daytime MBA '16, in a profile in Poets and Quants http://dukefuqua.com/1V6c5l7