Duke Global Executive MBA Student Blog
How My Class Developed an Anti-Racist Business Program
My classmates and I banded together to create a student-led initiative in an effort to develop anti-racist businesses because we feel it is up to us, current and future leaders, to shape the future strategies.
Creating Cultural Immersion, Networking, and Engagement Over Zoom
When it was announced that Term 2 and Term 3 would be domestic residencies in Durham, I set out to create engaging club activities over Zoom that gave members of my class cultural immersion and networking experiences.
What LEGOs Taught Me About Teamwork During Orientation
The learning begins before students step foot in a classroom.
Turning the Pandemic Into a Live Case Study
I’ve always been interested in the intersection of government and business, and how these interactions compared across different countries, cultures, and political and economic systems.
Some of the Most Rewarding Experiences of My Life
The 18 months of the program produced some of the most rewarding experiences of my life. Not only academically but in terms of personal and professional growth.
Gender Parity in an MBA: An Empowering Environment
Our Global Executive MBA Class of 2020 represented the highest ratio of women in any previous GEMBA class at Fuqua.
Tips for Success During Distance Learning Periods
For two weeks every quarter, Global Executive MBA students jet off to an international location and learn. But what about those remaining 10 weeks a quarter when we are learning from our respective homes
How the Duke MBA is Preparing Me for the Next Step in My Career
Why go back to earn an MBA? Why now? Why Fuqua? These are some of the questions I received when deciding to pursue an MBA midway through my career.
10 Things I Learned in the Program
Choosing to pursue an MBA is a life-altering decision. It usually involves spending quite some time looking at a program’s coursework, class size and composition, and school ranking among many other things
Club Spotlight: Social Impact
Professional clubs in the program provide students with the opportunity to gain academic and industry knowledge in addition to career management skills around a particular professional area. These professional clubs are managed by students and supported by the Executive MBA programs staff and Career Management Center