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A New Year, A New Blog, and Leadership Lessons

Introducing a new blog about interconnected environmental issues and some thoughts on leadership from Washington, D.C.

Advice From a Newly-Minted “Second Year”

Having just wrapped-up my first year in the DEL program, I decided to reflect on my lessons learned thus far and offer some advice to future DEL students: Press submit, Reach out, Work smart, & Enjoy now!

The Secret to Falling in Love (with your MP)

Last month I had to commit to a Masters Project (MP) idea. The week before it was due I found myself frantically having books FedEx-ed from the Duke Library, scheduling emergency calls with my mentor, and writing, then re-writing my idea summary until…

Restoration Innovation by Duke’s DEL-MEM Students

    It’s no secret that corals are in trouble.  They are dying at unprecedented rates from human activities. But […]

Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary: Restoration for Humans and Marine Life

Over famous fish sandwiches at the Islamorada Fish Company and Market in the Florida Keys, I and 10 other students […]

Restoration is most important to those with the most to lose

As we glided through the slough and ridge ecosystem of the vast Everglades “sea of grass,” the stunning beauty of […]

Marsh Madness

“Thwap!” My net slaps the marsh water surface as I drag it down through the murky shallows, and my feet […]

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