November 29, 2018
Looking to explore grad schools? This week we're highlighting Stony Brook University's Ecology and Evolution.
November 21, 2018
On Tuesday, October 23rd, a small group of ELP Fellows, Ray Fellows, and Doris Duke Conservation Scholars who are LGBTQ+ or allies gathered to discuss our experiences navigating queer identities within the environmental movement at the event “Green Spaces, Queer Faces."
November 21, 2018
Looking for an opportunity to discuss professional goals, challenges, and questions with peers and a mentor in the environmental sector? Join a 6-month mentorship program between Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Alumni and the larger Environmental Leadership Program Ecosphere. Mentors and mentees will be in small pods or learning circles of 4 -5 DDCSP alumni who are matched with a mid - senior level career environmental leader.
September 6, 2018
In October, 19 thoughtful DDCSP Alumni change-makers gathered at White Oak Conservation Center. Here are some reflections from Camille, Citralina, and Andrea on their experiences of the Alumni Leadership Cohort Experience.
August 28, 2018
What does it take to become a standout employee? Here are 3 tips and LOTS of resources to help you manage up, solicit feedback, and set intentional meetings.
August 2, 2018
July 2, 2018
DDCSP UW and ALC 1 Fellow, Chris DeLeon, interviews fellow DDCSP UW Alumni, Naanibah Begay
May 16, 2018
Check out our latest op-ed on the Power of a single opportunity by Anahi Naranjo, DDCSP UW
May 14, 2018
DDCSP NAU Alum Vincent Irizarry reflects on the first DDCSP Alumni Leadership Cohort at White Oak Conservation Center in March, 2018.
March 20, 2018
"It is through communal sharing of narratives that hidden stories become dominant stories and dominant stories become more familiar and inclusive to those feeling on the outside of field where they are in the minority."
February 14, 2018
For Alicia Highland, Educator and School Partnerships Coordinator at Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, WA, her love of science was partly ignited by an “F” on a science test as a little girl in elementary school in Ohio.
December 14, 2017
Over that past few weeks you have been an instrumental part of helping the Environmental Leadership Program build a network that we hope will beneficial to you for many years to come. We have valued the input of everyone, including current DDCSP scholars. We look forward to current scholars joining the network as alumni in the future.