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Duke University

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Founding Date
1838

Duke University is a private research university founded by Methodists and Quakers. Its growth and academic focus have contributed to continuing the university's reputation as an academic and research powerhouse. Also known as “The Gothic Wonderland,” Duke has produced the fifth-highest number of Rhodes, Marshall, Truman, Goldwater, and Udall Scholars of any American university. It is the second-largest private employer in North Carolina with more than 39,000 employed as of fall 2018 and is consistently ranked among the top places to work by multiple publications, including Forbes and The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Allan Meltzer

Bruce Karsh

Dan Ariely

2008 - present

David Olsson

David Rubenstein

Douglas Bratton

Jeff Ubben

John Burbank

Karen Blumenthal

Kayvon Modjarrad

Louis-Vincent Gave

Michael Krieger

Neal Triplett

Richard Nixon

Romeen Sheth

William Cohan

Chip Russell

2014 - 2016

Packy McCormick

2005 - 2009

Lee Buchheit

2006 - 2007

Dan Suzuki

1998 - 2002

Josh Malkin

1998 - 2001

Paschal Brooks

1997 - 2000

Chris Martenson

1990 - 1997

Frazer Rice

1991 - 1995

John Carreyrou

1990 - 1994

David Lees

1984 - 1990

PJ Schwarz

1983 - 1987

Lobo Tiggre

1985 - 1987

Dick Weil

1981 - 1985

Chris Hohlstein

1979 - 1983

Richard Zinman

1978 - 1982

Bob Seawright

1978 - 1981

Jay Pelosky

1977 - 1981

Jon Markman

1975 - 1979

Bruce Zimmerman

1975 - 1979

Bonner Barnes

1974 - 1978

Brett Steenbarger

1972 - 1976

Emo Gardner

1969 - 1972

Bill Gross

1962 - 1966