Duke Conservation Society (DCS)

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Mission

The Duke Conservation Society is a student group focusing on contemporary conservation issues and solutions. We cover a variety of fields and explore multiple forms of conservation including wildlife, land trusts, market-based, community-based, and policy-based among others. Our vision is to provide a resource for students and future conservationists in finding solutions to our natural world’s most pressing problems.

Mission

  1. Enhance students’ understanding of the various scientific, political, economic and managerial tools available to address conservation issues
  2. Facilitate collaborations between undergraduates, MEM & PhD students of the Nicholas school on conservation related projects and analysis
  3. Provide opportunities for professional development in terms networking with professionals, seminars and talks from guest speakers and career resources and advice.

Website

http://sites.duke.edu/conservationsociety/


2016-2017 Student Leaders/Officers

President: Dave Grace
Treasurer: Emily Mills
Secretary: Madeleine McMillan
Events Coordinators: Eva Drinkhouse, Congjie Nancy Shi, and Nathan Walker
International Representative: Priya Ranganathan
PhD Representative: Chase Nunez
First-Year Representative: Shane O'Neal

2017-2018 Student Leaders

President: Shane O'Neal
Treasurer: Jimmy MacCarthy
Secretary: Gina Daniel
Event Coordinator: Madeleine McMillan
International Representative: Amalia Alberini
PhD Representative: Chase Nunez


Contact Info

shane.o.neal@duke.edu 


Faculty/Staff Advisors

Faculty Advisor: Stuart Pimm