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Fuqua dean spearheaded open letter to Trump administration for immigration reform

The letter emphasized the threats posed to the American economy due to current administrative policies reducing the number of high-skilled immigrants entering the country. Fifty business school deans and thirteen CEOs signed the letter. “We do not believe the U.S. has the high-skill talent it needs, nor does it have the capacity to train enough people with those skills,” the letter explained. “Without a substantial change in our approach, this deficit of skills will hinder economic growth.” 


NEWS  |  UNIVERSITY

Student investing group receives $100,000 of Duke's money to make an impact

How would you spend $100,000? One Duke club can teach you how to invest for positive social impact. The Duke Impact Investing Group (DIIG) recently secured $100,000 from University administration to invest in impact-oriented businesses. The goal of impact investing is to generate a social and environmental impact in addition to financial returns, according to the DIIG website.