The creation of new technology has recently made significant contributions to solving critical issues in marine research and conservation. To increase Duke’s presence in this space, the Duke University Marine Lab is seeking to build a new facility that will provide a dedicated and equipped space for students and faculty to design, build, and test
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The Nicholas School of the Environment Board of Visitors has welcomed five new members to their roster, including experienced professionals with a wealth of expertise from a variety of backgrounds. As new members of the Board, the group will play a vital role in supporting, advocating, and fostering the achievement of excellence in all aspects of
Nicholas School MEM/MF student, Kendall DeLyser, recently sat down to discuss what made her decide to pursue her education at the Nicholas School. In the following video, Kendall discusses the classes she has taken so far for her MEM/MF degree, what she plans to accomplish, and how she has made it this far: The Forging
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and Duke University today announced a $25 million gift from Jeff and Laurie Ubben. Of the total, $20 million will support WWF’s wildlife conservation programs, and $5 million will support environmental research and education at Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment.
Earlier this year, the Nicholas School invited 12 new students to represent the Nicholas Scholars Program — now in its second year. The prestigious scholarship award recognizes the elite group of students that exemplify the School’s most valued traits: academic excellence, diverse life experiences and perspectives, and environmental leadership potential. The emerging leaders received scholarships that cover
On November 2nd, Dean Vincent and the Nicholas School Board of Visitors welcomed five new members to the Board at the bi-annual BOV meeting in Beaufort at the Duke University Marine Lab. Among the new members are Dr. Beth Stevens (T’81) — Disney’s former Senior Vice President for Corporate Citizenship, Environment & Conservation, Jud Wolfe (MEM’97) — an experienced environmental, health,