September 26, 2012

New Staff Join the Nicholas Institute

Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, September 26, 2012

CONTACT: Erin McKenzie 
               (919) 613-3652      
               
erin.mckenzie@duke.edu

Durham, N.C. – Duke’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions welcomes four new staff members this fall.

Tibor Vegh joined the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Solutions Environmental Economics Program as an associate in research for the Environmental Economics Program. In this role, Vegh will focus on research related to carbon markets, bioenergy and blue carbon economics. 

Molly Coyle serves as a development associate for the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. Prior to accepting the position at Duke, Coyle worked as the executive assistant to the president and CEO of Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C.

Meghan Jungwiwattanaporn is a research analyst with the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions Ocean and Coastal Policy Program. Jungwiwattanaporn’s work focuses on the Marine Ecosystem Services Partnership, an effort to create a virtual center for information and communication on the human uses of marine ecosystem services around the world.

Susan Brooks is now the administrative coordinator and financial supervisor for the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions. Brooks is a long-time Duke employee who has worked in similar roles at the Kenan Institute for Ethics and the Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy since joining the University in 1984.

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