The Duke Environmental Economics Doctoral Scholars Program
The Duke Environmental Economics Doctoral Scholars (DEEDS) Program aims to foster a dynamic intellectual exchange between Duke doctoral students, University faculty and staff in the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. The program provides students compensation to work with a campus mentor on a research project operating at the nexus of economics, environment, natural resources, and energy. During their nine-month appointment, scholars will become actively involved in the environmental economics community within and outside of Duke. For more information on the program, contact email@example.com.
Nicholas School of the Environment Assistantship Program
First year students at the Nicholas School of the Environment have the chance to work with the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions through the school's assistantship program. Restrictions apply. Please contact the admissions office or visit the Nicholas School's website to learn more.
Pathways of Change Internships
Through its Pathways of Change program, the Duke Human Rights Center at the Kenan Institute for Ethics offers internships with $5,000 stipends for students interested in three areas: business and human rights, women’s rights, and environmental justice. Students will work with program-selected organizations effecting social change in these areas during summer (with opportunities to work with Nicholas Institute senior policy associate Kay Jowers).
For more information: http://kenan.ethics.duke.edu/humanrights/students/pathways-of-change/