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The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at Northern Arizona University

Freshman and sophomores,

The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars program at NAU is a multi-year program funded by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation that serves to strengthen the conservation profession by training students who can make significant contributions to broadening the field of conservation. The program creates opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in mentored research activities in conservation biology and other disciplines relevant to land, water and wildlife conservation.

 

DDCSP@NAU is looking for 18-20 first and second-year undergraduate students with a passion for conservation from across the country. The online application process opens in November 2013.

 

Students seeking information about the program and application process may contact Dr. Sisk (Thomas.Sisk@nau.edu) or Dr. Moline (Angie.Moline@nau.edu) directly.

 

Visit the program online for more information: http://lci.nau.edu/ddcs.aspx.