Our Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program is an exciting opportunity for undergraduates with a demonstrated interest in environmental issues and cultural diversity to receive training, support, mentorship, and up to $10,000 over two years for paid research experiences and internships. Scholars will participate in an intensive conservation skills and leadership program; work with agency, faculty and graduate student mentors on paid group research projects and internships; attend national meetings; and engage in mentoring and social networks.
Students seeking information about the program and application process may contact
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- STEVEN INGRAM (Cornell DDCSP Class of 2014) recently received a Udall Scholarship. Congratulations, Steven!
- ELYCE GOSSLIN (UI DDCSP Class of 2014) recently received a Goldwater Scholarship. Congratulations, Elyce!
- ADREENAH WYNN (2014 Scholar, Graphic Arts and Design) in UF feature on the intersection of art and ecology
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