The Nicholas School has launched a new program for the 2018 – 2019 fiscal year that will provide exclusive benefits to leadership donors that make significant annual contributions to various school fundraising initiatives. The program, called The Summit Society, will recognize donors that make annual cumulative gifts of $1,000 or more to the Nicholas School Annual
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The Nicholas School Alumni Council welcomed four new members over the summer, all of whom will work this year to support school programs and foster better relationships between alumni, the school and student body. The four new members include Meredith Aitken MEM’96 (Powerex Corp; Vancouver, BC), Lauren Campbell MEM’11 (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission; Washington, D.C.), Laura
MEM-CEM alums Jill Hamilton and Chrissy Hayes are among 66 young scholars selected as finalists in the highly competitive John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellowships program.
During the weekend of July 13th through 15th, the Marine Lab will be hosting a first-of-its-kind Alumni Reunion. Anyone who has spent time at the Duke University Marine Lab will tell you just how incredible and unique the small coastal campus on Pivers Island is. Fortunately for those alumni, there will soon be an opportunity
When Shay Viehman completed her Ph.D. in Marine Science and Conservation at the Duke University Marine Lab in 2017 on wave energy impacts to coral reefs, little did she know that in less than a year she would be applying that knowledge to coral reefs damaged in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria. “I investigated how
This year’s annual Reunion Weekend took place on April 13th and 14th and included two new programming events: a retirement send-off for veteran staff member Karen Kirchof and a first-of-its-kind party in the Duke Forest. The retirement send-off for Kirchof, founder and former Assistant Dean of the Nicholas School’s Career & Professional Development Office, was