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Triangle-Area Entrepreneurship Researchers Share Findings in Annual Symposium

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In December more than 35 scholars from Duke, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University gathered for the annual Duke-UNC Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research Symposium.
In the informal environment at…

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North Carolina Entrepreneur Corps Enlists Students to Solve State Challenges

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The North Carolina Entrepreneur Corps (NCEC), a first-of-its-kind statewide initiative, will allow talented students to work on and solve some of the most pressing problems facing the state while also gaining skills, practical experience, and…

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Students Present Social Entrepreneurship Business Ideas at Hult Prize Finals

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In a lecture hall at the Fuqua School of Business, six student teams ate pizza carefully in their business attire, speaking in low voices to one another as they waited for the pitch sessions to start. While they represented diverse backgrounds,…

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Seven Teams Receive Duke Incubation Fund Awards for Early-Stage Innovations

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The winners of the Fall 2019 Duke Incubation Fund awards have been announced, representing promising innovation happening across the University. Seven projects will receive funds totaling $129,000.

The Incubation Fund, run by…

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Your Ph.D. Is A Passport, Not a Roadmap

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There is no doubt in Jacqueline Olich’s mind that her Ph.D. was crucial to landing a job at RTI International, which has about 900 Ph.D.s in its 5,000-strong workforce.

But just as important, she said, was a financial accounting course she…

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I&E Graduate Fellow's Work Brings History to Life

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For Katherine McCusker, a PhD student in her sixth year, the mission to make archaeology more accessible is personal.

“My little sister once said to me, ‘The past is just a bunch of broken pot shards and boring rocks,’” McCusker says.

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Student-Created Music App “Vibe” Set for Relaunch

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Starting in ninth or tenth grade, Ben Snow ’21 became interested in entrepreneurship—specifically social media apps. He viewed Instagram, Snapchat, and other platforms as “a sort of Renaissance that changed our way of life and how we could…

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Duke Hosts North Carolina Teachers and Principals at Open Design Summit

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On October 11, Teachers of the Year and Principals of the Year from throughout North Carolina gathered at the Duke I&E Bullpen for a daylong summit on open design, which combines open source principles like collaboration, inclusivity,…

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StudioDuke Artist-Mentor Team Reflects on Experience

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Through the StudioDuke creative arts mentorship program, Jackson Prince ’19 was connected with Charles Randolph-Wright ’78, a director, writer, producer, and performer for theatre, television, and film.

Randolph-Wright served as a mentor to…

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Duke Student Venture Brings Entrepreneurship to Area Teens

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Born in Boise, Idaho, Quinci King ’20 moved with his family to University Place, Washington—then back to Idaho when he was a teenager, then back to Washington, giving him what he describes as a unique upbringing that exposed him to very…

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