UNDERGRAD CLAIRE WANG WINS RHODES SCHOLARSHIP
Environmental Sciences and Policy major Claire Wang was named a Rhodes Scholar last weekend. She is one of three Duke students to earn the prestigious honor this year. Rhodes Scholarships provide for all expenses for two or three years of study at the University of Oxford in England. Claire plans to pursue two consecutive Master of Science degrees in Nature, Society and Environmental Governance and in Global Governance and Diplomacy. Read more>
MEM STUDENT WRITES ABOUT HER ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE WORK
MEM student Kelsey Rowland wrote a great article about her work in environmental justice for Streetside Conversations, a website featuring reflections from people passionate about justice. Last summer, Kelsey worked with PowerUp NC to help lobby the City of Raleigh to improved energy efficiency standards in their new low-income housing units. She’s also involved with the Alabama Center for Rural Enterprise through a partnership with the Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute.