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Alex O’Neill, MEM-MF’19, uses geospatial tools to support land management at EPA

By: Emily Siegel Alex O’Neill, MEM-MF’19, a Nicholas Scholar and all-around go-getter, has quickly excelled in his career since graduating from the Nicholas School. As a program manager with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) National Geospatial Program, Alex has combined the technical coursework of graduate school with the wide range […]

Antarctic researchers Chuck and Maggie Amsler give back to place that drew them to the water

Chuck Amsler, T’80, met Maggie O’Leary while they were both undergraduates spending the summer of 1978 at the Duke Marine Lab. She introduced herself when she saw him carrying scuba gear, and they soon arranged to go diving together. When Maggie badly cut her leg on an oyster shell during […]

Go. Grow. Give.

As a Nicholas alum, the choices are yours! Go. Grow. Give. That’s the three-fold mission of the Nicholas School’s new Alumni Engagement initiative: to provide meaningful opportunities for our School’s 4,000+ graduates throughout the world to: GO to a variety of events and activities to connect with your fellow alumni; GROW […]