Nike’s Director of External Engagement and Senior Director of Environmental Management and Innovation met with 14 Nicholas School students and 4 Fuqua School of Business students in Environment Hall on March 23rd to answer questions about how Nike approaches sustainability and discuss their plans to reach 2020 sustainability targets. The visit came in the wake of
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Durham startup, Tyrata, secured $4.5 million based on a Duke technology license, made possible by the Nicholas School Environmental Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program.
Nicholas School Gorguze-Peters Professor of the Practice Jesko von Windheim directs the school’s Environmental Innovation & Entrepreneurship (EIE) Program, which teaches Duke students to develop, evaluate, refine and launch new sustainable products and services. Von Windheim is widely known in business and academic circles as an entrepreneurship guru, so when faculty and students throughout Duke
Gaelin Rosenwaks MEM’04 knew the world had many capable scientists working hard to answer the big environmental questions. What they needed, she saw, was help communicating what they are doing to a broad audience. So Gaelin founded Global Ocean Exploration, a company that brings research science into homes and classrooms through film, photography and writing. Gaelin is
Lenovo’s Environmental Management System (EMS) reflects the multinational technology company’s commitment to design and manufacture environmentally conscious products in facilities that minimize the environmental impact on their surroundings and to continually improve its performance in this area. As part of this EMS, Lenovo sought to develop water risk maps for the company’s global sites, and
Patrick Bean MEM’08 appreciates how well the Nicholas School prepared him for his career in energy policy. He is equally grateful for the financial aid he received to help make his Duke environmental education possible. “At Duke, I was able to learn from the best in the field and build lifelong bonds with students and