Markets & Management Studies

Like Computer Games? Interested in Finance

Capital? Fascinated by Codes, Puzzles and Stories?
Wondering What the Future Will Bring?
Sign up for an independent study with us! The objective is to test,
analyze, and evaluate the extensive Alternate Reality Game
“Speculation,” designed here at Duke last year. Featuring eight modules
with multiple levels in each module, “Speculation” combines game play
with narratives of a near-future world, codes and ciphers with deep
information about the origins of money, credit, and finance. Learn about
game construction and provide input on how to improve our design.
Check out the trailer at http://vimeo.com/39947942 and the url at
www.speculat1on.net. For more information, contact Prof. Hayles as
katherine.hayles@duke.edu.

Culture in the Francophone World Class 

On March 16th, students in Professor Reisinger's  Business and Culture in the Francophone World class (FR 109S, MMS) visited the Nomacorc Factory in Zebulon, NC, which has plants in Belgium and China.  Students toured the factory and met with the CEO and President, who spoke about managing cultural and linguistic diversity in a multinational company.  The visit was sponsored by MMS and the Center for Francophone Studies.

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DUKE IN MONTREAL SUMMER PROGRAM!!

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Site visits to marketing agencies, meetings with government officials, tours of local farms, outdoor music festivals, a visit to the Cirque du soleil … what better way to learn how markets and cultural identity influence each other?

Sponsored by the Global Education Office for Undergraduates (GEO-U), the Department of Romance Studies, and the Markets and Management Studies (MMS) program, this four-week, one-course program explores the intersections of culture and commerce. 

This one-course program will take place in Montréal and Québec City during the second summer session (July 1-28) and is open to all students who have completed FR76 or its equivalent.   The course, FR 112SA (328SA) Made in Québec: Marketing and Cultural Identity is also counts for the Markets and Management Certificate Program. 

If you would like to find out more information, please check out

http://studyabroad.duke.edu/Programs/Summer/Duke_in_Montr_al

or contact the Program director, Professor Reisinger, at

Duke Start-Up Challenge

The Duke Start-Up Challenge - Investor Pitch Finals From the original 109 teams competing Spring 2010, seven teams were selected to pitch at the the Investor Pitch Finals.

 

Duke in Geneva Globalization: Issues in Management and Political Philosophy

The Global Education Office for Undergraduates, the Markets and Management Studies Program and the Philosophy Department of Duke University offer a six-week, two-course summer program in Geneva, Switzerland entitled, “Globalization: Issues in Business Management and Political Philosophy” under the direction of Professors Alex Rosenberg and Martha Reeves.

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Duke In New York: Financial Markets and Institutions

Duke in New York: Financial Markets and Institutions is a liberal arts based one semester program in New York City for Duke undergraduates interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the financial services industry. Find out more...

  • New York City Financial District

 

DukeEngage Portland Oregon

DukeEngage Portland focuses on working with environmental non-profits in the Portland area. This program, which supports participants as they learn about management at environmental organizations, is intentionally designed to foster sustainability and green practices in all programmatic aspects and seeks students who are interested in living sustainably and supporting these ideals.

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Duke Start-Up Challenge

Tell us your business idea, and earn a chance to win $50,000!

Office of Global Education for Undergraduates

Nearly half of Duke’s undergraduates spend at least a semester or a summer in another country, taking part in an array of programs offered or approved by the Global Education Office for Undergraduates

Duke Engage

The DukeEngage program provides funding for Duke undergraduates who wish to pursue an intensive civic engagement experience within a community that has an identified need. Through DukeEngage, Duke students address societal issues within the U.S. and abroad.

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