For Alumni & Friends
Thought-Provoking Conversations on the Environment
Based out of Duke’s Nicholas School of the Environment, the mission of the Nicholas Environmental Academy is to inspire our alumni, friends and the broader Duke community through environmental thought leadership discussions on issues affecting our planet. It includes lecture series, podcasts and discussions on the Nicholas School’s interdisciplinary environmental academic and research initiatives.
available for a limited time
Watch the 2021 Ferguson Lecture
Catherine Coleman Flowers, an internationally recognized advocate for equal access to water and sanitation for all communities, gave the 2021 Ferguson Lecture on Tuesday, February 2. A 2020 MacArthur Fellow in Environmental Health, Flowers founded CREEJ, the Center for Rural Enterprise and Environmental Justice.
Oceans@Duke Webinar Series
The webinars share new research-based insights, explore complex and contested questions and ultimately shed new light on how to balance human demands and ocean health.
Leading the Change Speaker Series
The Leading the Change speaker series connects students with the Nicholas School's broad network of alumni and friends to develop well-rounded graduates equipped to enact needed organizational changes to advance environmental and social pursuits in the world.