The Center of Nursing Collaboration, Entrepreneurship, and Technology (CONCEPT) fosters creative, relevant and robust innovation at the Duke University School of Nursing. The objective is to move great ideas from the bench to the bedside, and from the classroom into the national conversation.
P4E assists entrepreneurs in launching new businesses and social ventures. Through team-based courses and access to a broad community of practitioners with whom to work, entrepreneurs learn about, and work towards, defining, planning, establishing, and financing new ventures.
Duke in Chicago is a six-week, two-course-credit program in Chicago for undergraduate entrepreneurs who love the arts and for artists who want to become entrepreneurial. Through meetings, internships, mentorships, and site visits with prominent individuals in arts-related fields, students will gain valuable knowledge of how arts entrepreneurs have shaped the development of Chicago’s unique theater, music, dance, visual arts, and comedy scene.
Duke in Silicon Valley is a comprehensive four-week, one-course-credit program in northern California’s Silicon Valley for undergraduates with an interest in entrepreneurship. The program is designed to give students an intensive experience in the creation of new ventures, both commercial and social, through coursework, site visits, meetings, and exposure to the heart of the nation’s hub for innovative enterprise.