Q&A: Robyn Fehrman on Social Entrepreneurship

Robyn Fehrman is the Director of Programs for the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at the Fuqua School of Business. In this Q&A, she discusses the definition, mission, challenges and successes of social entrepreneurship. Q: Can you tell me a little bit about your role at CASE? A: We have three buckets […]

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A Challenge Worth Solving

Guest post by John Benhart ’19 | Bass Connections (Animal Waste Management and Global Health project team) When we rolled up to the farm, it hit me. This place was real. On the wide piedmont plain, all I could see for miles was cropland, trees and several huge metal barns. We stepped out of our […]

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Promoting Environmental Justice in NC

Guest post by Catherine Kastleman | Program Coordinator for Community Engagement and Research Translation, Duke University Superfund Research Center What if you walked out of your home each day to the smell of hog waste, so thick in the air that it coated your car? Or to find buzzards from the nearby landfill eating a […]

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Earn a Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change

The Certificate in Civic Engagement and Social Change is an academic credential for Duke undergraduate students interested in deepening their understanding of social issues by integrating coursework with community-based experiences. Students can design learning and experiences around an issue and develop relationships with faculty and community mentors. Students will emerge from the certificate with strategies […]

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