List of office of research and doctrol programs events.
Learn about the fundamentals of grant writing and grant proposal submissions from the experts. Joseph Ryan, senior associate director of…
Join the Office of Research, Doctoral Programs, and Strategic Initiatives in welcoming prospective PhD students to the Fox School and…
Alumni of the Fox and STHM PhD programs return to campus to talk to prospective PhD students about their experiences,…
Network with prospective Fox and STHM PhD students as they wrap up their PhD Prospective Student Visit. Join the Office…
On Wednesday, April 10, join the Fox Research community at the biannual Young Scholars Interdisciplinary Forum, a grant opportunity for…
Tuesday, April 30, join the Office of Research, Doctoral Programs, and Strategic Initiatives in celebrating the 2019 PhD graduates. Alongside…
The 2019 Interdisciplinary Symposium on Decision Neuroscience will be held June 7-8, 2019 at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business….
Frederic Fox Lecture Series
The annual Frederic Fox Lecture Series showcases an emerging and thought provoking topic relevant to business education. Named in memoriam of Robert and Richard Fox’s late father, Frederic Fox, the event offers a premier avenue for innovative, community-driven research while also providing the Fox School of Business an opportunity to engage with local, national, and international business and civic leaders.
Previous speakers included:
|Year||Name||Title and Organization|
|2018||David Schoch||Former Group Vice President and President, Asia Pacific, Ford Motor Company; Former Chairman and CEO, Ford China|
|2017||Anthony V. Coletta||President of Facilitated Health Networks and Executive Vice President of Independence Blue Cross|
|2016||Gerard “Jerry” Sweeney||Chief Executive Officer and Trustee of the Brandywine Realty Trust|
|2015||Hal Varian||Chief Economist, Google|
|2014||Michael Raynor||Innovation Expert and Author; Director and Innovation Theme Leader, Deloitte|
|2013||Sara Manzano-Diaz||Regional Administrator, Mid-Atlantic Region, U.S. General Services Administration|
|2012||Richard Negrin||Deputy Mayor for Administration & Coordination and Managing Director|