U.S. alumni work in the Bay Area
The Global Executive MBA Beer and Wine Club explored the beer industry in China during their residency. With a history of beer production and consumption for over 9,000 years, China is quickly becoming one of the industry's most important markets.
From corporate visits to sightseeing tours, a Global Executive MBA class made the most of their time in Shanghai.
U.S. grads live in Atlanta
"I'm happy to play a part in keeping the Team Fuqua spirit alive outside of campus."
Taking a break from Decision Models to celebrate the festival of colors in India. Holi is a great example of why each residency experience is unforgettable.
Over 10 years of DukeGEN, events have been held in cities throughout the world, including Moscow.
Chulmin Lee MBA '01 shares insights on investment opportunities in South Korea.
The Association of Women in Business heard from a guest speaker in Chile.
Hilka Schmitz, who earned her MBA from Fuqua in 2003, discusses her decision to make a career switch.
Since 2012, Fuqua has been a strategic partner to Nazarbayev University, offering advice and insight as it develops its graduate business school.
Benjamin van der Horst MBA '13 teamed up with a few other Fuqua alumni to reboot the Fuqua alumni chapter in Atlanta.
Who will you run into on your travels?
Learn from Rishi Kapoor, who completed Fuqua's Global Executive MBA program in 2001 and serves as co-CEO of Investcorp.
Students go behind the scenes in Santiago at a commercial bakery to learn about R&D and production.
Alumni gathered for the 3rd annual health care event hosted by DukeNY to discuss challenges and opportunities in the health care marketplace.
U.S. alumni work in D.C.
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Namita, executive director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals and an India Regional Advisory Board member, was recognized by the Economic Times as one of India's top 40 young business leaders under age 40.
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Alex Beck and Sergey Glushakov have lived in the same neighborhood in Ukraine for more than a decade, but they didn't discover they both had Fuqua ties until recently.
2018 BMF Fellowship winner, Getrude Marape, left, attends the Duke Leadership Program
Priya Mohanty MBA '10 is a computer-scientist-turned-professional-actor.
Yi Shi MBA '99 worked his way up through his company using initiative and hard work.
The last Cross Continent MBA class enjoyed a jam-packed residency filled with corporate visits, guest speakers, and more.
"As I started my own business in 2015, I felt compelled to return this service and volunteer my time and efforts in my local Fuqua community."
Professor Aaron Chatterji conducted a study of tech startups in India.
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Helping students do better while doing what's best
Global Executive MBAs enjoy the holiday at a student's home
Fuqua alumni from around the world gather in San Francisco each year for the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference.
U.S. grads live in NYC
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Cities and climate change
"There is a grassroots generation of entrepreneurs in China. People are starting companies everywhere."
Hear from Faisal Darwazeh, who earned his MBA from Fuqua in 2010 and is now general manager for Labatec Pharma in Switzerland.
Representatives from Fuqua's Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship traveled to Brazil to learn how a nonprofit decreases deforestation and greenhouse gas emissions in the Amazon.
Tom Zhu has gained expertise managing large international projects during his career—skills he now utilizes at Tesla Motors in China. He joined the company in early 2014 to lead the team that builds the network of car charging stations across the country.
During their residency in Shanghai, the Cross Continental MBA Energy Club hosted Alain Ding, managing director of energy and natural resources at Fosun Group, to hear about career changes in the global oil and gas markets.