As a Durham-dwelling MEM student, I am fortunate to have a boyfriend and many other friends who are coastal environmental management (CEM) students spending their second year at the Duke Marine Lab. This means tripsContinue reading
The Research Triangle continues to surprise me with events and opportunities I never even conceived. Getting to witness a drone race was an unexpected treat
Understanding intricacies of ocean carbon cycling is important because it affects the global flow of carbon, which impacts our climate.
I spent a few days in Washington, D.C., participating in a career trek organized by the Duke Conservation Society that provided a chance for networking and learning about different internship and career opportunities.
I would like to lower my footprint and raise my awareness. I have a few specific ideas to help me get there.
As we begin a new year, although climate change claims every other major news headline, there are reasons for hope this year.
This was not something I had even considered when coming to Duke. We are lucky in that there are continuous months of sunny days, but also the occasional winter wonderland.
Tess Leuthner, a PhD Candidate in Joel Meyer’s lab, discusses her path to graduate school and her work in the Duke Superfund Research Center.
Conservationist John Muir found inspiration in nature, which is once again serving as a model on how to solve the formidable challenge of mitigating climate change.