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Info Session with Duke University, one of the leading graduate schools for environmental studies and environmental science.
The Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University offers two professional master’s degrees. The Master of Environmental Management (MEM) is a highly interdisciplinary program that prepares its graduates for meaningful careers at the intersection policy, science, and community. The Master of Forestry (MF), accredited by the Society of American Foresters and grounded in field skills, trains students to work effectively on emerging frontiers in forest management, conservation, and policy. Students in both programs can gain field experience in Duke ‘s 7000-acre research forest adjacent to the main campus in Durham, NC and the Duke University Marine Lab, located on North Carolina’s coast.
Held at The Log, Black Room, 1-1:45 pm. (Following Log Lunch)