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Workshops Lead to Unexpected Opportunities for Doctoral Student

Workshops Lead to Unexpected Opportunities for Doctoral Student

Last fall Brenna Forester (Ph.D. in Environment, Nicholas School of the Environment) participated in two workshops hosted by the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) in Knoxville to inform her dissertation research in the emerging field of landscape genomics. She was among 19 Duke students who received Graduate Student Training Enhancement Grants (GSTEG) […]

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NanoEarth Training Gets Doctoral Student Deeper into Water Research

NanoEarth Training Gets Doctoral Student Deeper into Water Research

Mark River is a Ph.D. candidate at the Nicholas School of the Environment working in the Duke University Wetland Center. For his dissertation research on how phosphorus is transported by particles in stormwater, he wanted to tap into the resources at Virginia Tech’s National Center for Earth and Environmental Nanotechnology Infrastructure (NanoEarth). River was among […]

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DGHI Offers Support for Environmental Health Pilot Projects

DGHI Offers Support for Environmental Health Pilot Projects

Deadline: November 2, 2016 The Duke Global Health Institute (DGHI) has released a request for proposals for pilot projects in global environmental health, one of our seven research priority areas. DGHI periodically provides pilot funds to stimulate interdisciplinary research across its research priority areas, with the goal of enabling investigators to leverage preliminary findings and […]

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