Faces of Hope: Three Future Environmental Leaders Who Inspire Us
Cameron Oglesby, Anjali Boyd and Avery Davis Lamb are three of the outstanding students the Nicholas School is proud to call its own. Their accomplishments, acumen, energy and passion for bringing about positive change inspire us and leave us just a little bit in awe.
Regeneration: At 90, Duke Forest is Evolving, Adapting and Eyeing the Future
The Duke Forest is not only a living laboratory, it is also a living history. Learn about the Forest's evolution and how it features in our future.
FROM THE DEAN
Turning Hope into Action
Spring brings hope. This year, it also brings optimism that after the COVID pandemic finally recedes there will be once-in-a-generation opportunities to make significant climate progress, if we act when we have the chance.
Sharing Deep Insights into Diversity & Equity
Lighting the Spark of Curiosity
Superfund Center Hosts Virtual Visit for Local 4th and 5th Graders
Drones Aid Saltmarsh Restoration
Recent Duke grad Alexandra DiGiacomo (BS ’20) is using drones to better understand how rising seas, warming waters and rapid development are killing protective saltmarshes at our coast, and what can be done to reverse the losses.
Research & Teaching
Oceans@Duke Aims to Make Waves
Duke University launches an interdisciplinary network of faculty and students working at the intersections of ocean science, policy and business to promote ocean sustainability.
Quick takes on some notable recent research grants and the work they’ll support.
Mars Match Challenge lets donors double their support for research
Ten Years of Entrepreneurship & Innovation
Far-sighted philanthropy a decade ago has yielded impressive school-wide dividends
Thank You to Our Loyal Supporters
With grateful appreciation, we recognize our Annual Fund leadership donors, Summit Society donors and committed Nicholas School alumni who have engaged in the Go·Grow·Give program during the previous academic year.