At the Nicholas School, we're driven by the need to restore and preserve the world’s environmental resources while adapting to a changing climate and a growing population.
A message from Nicholas School Stanback Dean Toddi Steelman from the current issue of Duke Environment magazine
At the Nicholas School, we believe lasting environmental change depends on embracing the rich diversity of talent, perspectives and experiences brought to our field by faculty, staff, students and alumni from all backgrounds.
The Nicholas School boasts proximity to marine, forest, and mountain ecosystems, along with its location in the Research Triangle and its world-class facilities and research centers.
A searchable directory of all of the policies and guidelines that help govern the Nicholas School.
Building a more sustainable future means saying ‘no’ to the status quo. For human society and our environment to thrive, the world needs fundamentally new approaches to energy, resource management and conservation.