Duke students are encouraged to apply to our Bass Connections team: Climate Change Impacts on Farmed and Wild Oysters! Applications are due Feb 12, 2024.
This project includes an optional summer component (funding available) in which students will travel to the Duke Marine Lab to lead fieldwork. Academic credit is available for Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 semesters. Please see the link above for the detailed project description. You may also contact Juliet (firstname.lastname@example.org) and are encouraged to meet us at the Bass Connections Fair (Friday, January 26th from 2-4pm at Penn Pavilion) for more information.
Duke undergraduates looking to pursue an independent study and/or Scholars project within the Wong Lab may contact Juliet (email@example.com). If you will be at DUML during the Spring semester, please specify which block(s) you prefer.
Professional Master’s Students
The Master of Environmental Management (MEM) program offers a professional master’s degree. Please note that this is not a traditional MS degree. The MEM program is designed to train students for professional careers in environmental management, policy, research, or advocacy. MEM students engage in Master’s Projects during their second year. Master’s Projects within the Wong Lab are available. Existing MEM students may contact Juliet (firstname.lastname@example.org) to discuss potential Master’s Projects. It is not necessary to contact Juliet prior to applying to the MEM program.
The deadline to apply for Fall 2024 has passed. Please check back later for PhD student opportunities.
Please contact Juliet (email@example.com) if you considering applying for a postdoctoral research fellowship and would like to develop a proposal with Dr. Wong as your faculty sponsor.