- Classes interweave leadership perspectives, theory, and development throughout coursework.
- Faculty research environmental leadership - theory and practice - in areas including, sustainability, environmental justice, and community–based environmental management.
- Students gain practical leadership skills, including critical and creative thinking, communication, collaboration, and conflict resolution, and the ability to apply these skills.
Alumni within the Duke Environmental Leadership MEM program leverage their enhanced leadership and management skills and updated environmental knowledge to move their organization – government, non-profit, private sectors – forward.
Leaders of Consequence
Our world needs leaders with the knowledge to understand the complexities of environmental issues, and the skills to address them. We train these leaders in our professional master’s programs in environmental management and forestry – and we rely on scholarships to recruit the best and brightest.
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Duke Forest FACE
Free-Air Carbon dioxide Enrichment (FACE) is a method that raises the concentration of CO2 in a specified area and allows the response of plant growth to be measured.