Taking a field trip to meet with emerging leaders is one way experiential learning helps Nicholas School students expand their knowledge beyond the classroom and can positively impact the direction of their careers. When the Ocean Policy Working Group took a trip to The Pew Charitable Trust in Washington, D.C. earlier this year, students learned
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Hello Nicholas Alumni! Gennelle Wilson, MEM’20, here, writing on behalf of the Environmental Internship Fund (EIF). The first year MEMs are in the throes of searching for an internship that both excites our passions and compensates us fairly. The stress of the search — along with midterms, assistantships, interviews, and the beginning of the Master
Hurricane Florence took a toll on the Outer Banks, and the Marine Lab was among its many victims. The dock and several buildings were damaged, and some of them were unusable. Several donors have since stepped up to offer their support, providing the funding to restore the dock and strengthen it against future storms, to
The Nicholas School of the Environment attracts not only the best and brightest students in the field to study with us, but also the most influential environmental researchers and leaders to join our faculty and help educate the next generation of leaders. This past month, several of our faculty members were either promoted or were
The Class of 2019 has stepped up to support the Nicholas School’s Annual Fund with the first Class Gift Campaign. They have a goal of $2,500, and alumna Maggie Peloso, BS’05 MEM’06 PhD’10, has agreed to match every dollar they raise up to the goal, which could double the amount to $5,000. “The purpose of
Twelve students pursuing Master of Environmental Management or Master of Forestry degrees at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment have been awarded Nicholas Scholarships covering up to two-thirds of their tuition.