Quick facts

Deadline

April 22, 2022

Program Dates

May 1, 2022 - August 1, 2022

Contact

Stanback Fellowship Program Administrative Team

Nicholas-Stanback@duke.edu

Supporting Department or Unit

Nicholas School of the Environment; Career and Professional Development Center

Location

Domestic
We have fellowships that are variously spread throughout the US.

Area(s) of interest

Arts & Humanities
Health
Interdisciplinary
Natural Sciences
Quantitative Sciences
Social Sciences

Opportunity type

Civic Engagement
Community outreach
Course based
Field work
Independent research
Internship
Lab
Project based
Research
Team based

Delivery

Hybrid

Credit

Credit-Bearing

Weekly commitment

Full-time (30+ hours)

Program cost

Free

Compensation/funding

Stipend

Description

The purpose of the program is to provide students with significant project-based learning experiences in energy, conservation, advocacy, policy, research and applied resource management at environmental non-profits across the country. Open to any and all Duke students.

 

Eligibility

GPA Requirement

None

Year in school

None

Department/School/Major

None

Language Requirement & Details

No