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Entrepreneurial Dukies Make Forbes' 30 Under 30 List

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By Katie Jansen, Duke I&E

Tatiana Birgisson ’12, MATI Energy – Food & Drink

Tatiana Birgisson started her own company, MATI Energy, while living in Duke’s entrepreneurial community, The Cube, during her senior year.

What she…

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Design Kit Course for Human-Centered Design

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Haven’t gotten a chance to take the seven-week online Course for Human-Centered Design yet? We’ve got good news for you—the next round begins on February 9, 2015!

For two years now, IDEO.org has partnered with Acumen to offer a course for those…

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Social Entrepreneurship & the Business of Civic Engagement Panel

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Social Entrepreneurship & the Business of Civic Engagement, a panel discussion that took place on Monday January 26, 2015, was moderated by Dean of Arts & Sciences Laurie Patton. This deep and meaningful discussion delved into the…

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Duke Today: Duke Student Spreads Buzz About Bees

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In an attempt to calm the bees in his own backyard hives, Xander Kent talks to his winged friends.

“Yeah, yeah, I know. You don’t like being disturbed. I’m going to get out of here though.”

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Atlas Corps News

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Remember NOW is the time to apply for the Atlas Corps Fellowship to serve in the United States or Colombia.
Learn more at apply.atlascorps.org.
Our deadline is November 8!

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Big Ideas@Berkeley: October Bulletin

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Big Ideas at Berkeley
Hack for a cause
November 21, 6:00pm South Hall
We are happy to announce the 2nd annual Social Innovation Hackathon, presented by IMSA! This year we are partnering with Heifer International who will provide…

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NEW COURSE - Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Conservation

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By 2050, the global population will reach 9.6 billion people. To feed an increasingly affluent global population, we will need 70% more food production and doubling of inputs, available water, and arable land, which will increasingly come at the…

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Check out the "You Don't Say?" Campaign at Duke University.

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Check out the “You Don’t Say?” Campaign at Duke University.

The premise of the campaign is to encourage people to think before speaking as the words one delivers can have negative implications that were never intended in the first place,…

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Social Entrepreneurs Gather to Discuss Global Health Innovations- Duke Today on the SEAD Symposium

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Solar-powered suitcases filled with medical care for African villages. Tuberculosis centers operating out of temples and shops in India. A system to identify counterfeit drugs before they reach poor families.

On Friday, the people behind these…

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Deb Reisinger uses The Gumball Challenge as a way to put SE in action!

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“My students just finished up the Gumball challenge. It was a great way to put SE concepts into action.”
Here’s a link to one of the FB pages that they created:

https://www.facebook.com/DukeGumballChallenge

“The groups ended up raising a…

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