PhD students Yajaun Lin and Alyse Larkin Aug 13, 2015
New Duke-Led Consortium to Focus on Creating Food and Fuel from Algae

By Kati Moore, MEM ‘16
Nicholas School Communications Student Assistant

August 13, 2015

DURHAM, N.C. –...

Community Cleanup (Shutterstock) Aug 06, 2015
Duke to Offer Short Courses on Environmental Communications for Working Professionals

DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke Environmental Leadership (DEL) Program is offering two online short courses this fall on environmental communications for...

Sample of GIS spatial modeling for distance sampling data (courtesy DEL) Jul 28, 2015
Duke to Offer New Short Course on Spatial Models for Distance-Sampling Data

DURHAM, N.C. – The Duke Environmental Leadership (DEL) Program will offer an intensive four-day course, “Spatial Models for...

Photo courtesy Wikipedia Commons Jul 27, 2015
Chemicals in House Dust May Trigger Receptor Linked to Obesity

DURHAM, N.C. – Some chemicals commonly found in house dust may trigger a key receptor linked to human obesity, according to a new...

Photo courtesy of USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Jul 26, 2015
Adding Organic Matter to Restored Wetlands Has Limited Impact on GHG Emissions

Note to editors: Curtis Richardson can be reached for additional comment at (919) 613-8006 or curtr@duke....

Johnson getting permission from traditional authorities to work in a community in Ghana. (Photo courtesy of McKenzie Johnson) Jul 22, 2015
New Fellowships Support PhD Student McKenzie Johnson’s Research on Environmental Governance

By Kati Moore MEM ’16, Nicholas School Communications Student Assistant

DURHAM, N.C. – McKenzie Johnson, a 5th year...