March 2017

Alumni Newsletter


Duke now has OneLink for all online alumni resources.  Sign up today to simplify your connections to Duke
The Duke Alumni Association now offers Duke OneLink: a free login service that lets you use an existing online account (Google, Facebook, LinkedIn, AOL or Yahoo) to update your contact information and connect to alumni both at the Nicholas School of the Environment and across Duke. Click here to learn more.
Register Now! Nicholas School Reunion Weekend April 7-8, 2017
Registration is now open for our third annual Nicholas School Reunion Weekend, held during Duke’s university-wide Reunion Weekend. Click here to learn more.
Join us for Admitted Students Visitation Weekend- March 31st & April 1st
We’re expecting over 100 admitted students to join us on campus the last weekend in March to learn more about our environmental master’s program and gather information and intuition to inform their decisions on which graduate school to attend. Click here to learn more.
Top honors to ESP major, Michaela Sitith!
Environmental Science & Policy (ESP) major Michaela Stith won top honors in the undergraduate poster competition at a National Council for Science and the Environment conference in Washington, D.C. Click here to learn more.
Congratulations to Cindy Van Dover!
Cindy Van Dover has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the Université Catholique de Louvain in recognition of her pioneering contributions to the scientific study and exploration of the deep sea. Click here to learn more.
It’s not to late to join us in San Fransisco for our coast-to-coast celebration!
On March 14th, we’ll be taking the party west to San Francisco. If you’re on (or anywhere near) the West Coast, we hope you’ll join us at the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park for a wonderful evening of celebration. Click here to learn more.