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Fuqua focuses more on the business of energy

by Richard Bethune, MBA ’14 As Co-President of the Duke MBA Energy Club and a second-year MBA student with a passion for energy finance, I was thrilled to see two exciting developments occur this past summer. First, energy banker Ralph … Continue reading

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New Energy Industry Fundamentals workshop for Duke graduate students

Current and incoming Duke graduate students are invited to join the Center for Energy, Development, and the Global Environment (EDGE) and the Duke MBA Energy Club for a 2-day workshop on Energy Industry Fundamentals (EIF) on Sept. 1-2, 2011.  The EIF … Continue reading

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Narrowing a clean energy career path: reflections on Energy Club trip to CA

This article was written by student Koji Kitazume, MEM/MBA Class of 2012. Koji is an EDGE Corporate Sustainability Fellow. In January, the Fuqua Energy Club organized a “Week in Cities” trip to San Francisco. Ten students networked with alumni and … Continue reading

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Duke students place in Renewable Energy Case Competition

Duke MEM and MEM/MBA students placed third in this year’s national Renewable Energy Case Competition at the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business. Congratulations to the team of: Tim Dertzbaugh, Andrew Dietrich, and Will Fadrhonc (all MEM/MBA ’12),  Tripp Hyde … Continue reading

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Students weigh oil industry complexities on trip to Houston

This article was written by second-year MBA student Brinda Ramaiya.  Brinda is co-president of the Duke Net Impact Club and an EDGE Corporate Sustainability Fellow. “I am not the bad guy,” said Randy Little, owner of HM Oil, an independent … Continue reading

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