Good of them to collect these philanthropy course syllabuses and make them searchable and downloadable online. I emailed mine in, at the suggestion of Sean Stannard Stockton at Tactical Philanthropy. It is interesting to note how 100% of the courses and the case studies in the Duke database start from existing pools of philanthropic capital (foundations). The other half of philanthropy starts from wealth creators and the founding of foundations, or other charitable tools and strategies. These two worlds, that of established foundations and those who study them, on the one hand, and the world of financial advisors who counsel wealth creators on getting into philanthropy, on the other hand, barely know the other even exists. A figure like Bill Gates spanned both worlds in a single lifetime. Generally, it may take 2-3 generations. Perhaps we could speed up the process by which the wealth creator morphs into an effective grantmaker.