Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program @NAU
The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars
Program, hosted by Northern Arizona University's Landscape
Conservation Initiative in collaboration with Conservation
Science Partners and The Grand Canyon Trust and funded by the Doris Duke
Charitable Foundation, serves to strengthen the conservation profession by
inspiring and educating undergraduate students from across the country who can
make significant contributions to broadening the field of conservation. The
two-year program creates opportunities for Doris Duke scholars to study
conservation issues in the Grand Canyon region, participate in land, water, and
wildlife conservation research, and intern with conservation projects at
environmental non-profits, research universities, and government agencies
There are several other Doris Duke
Conservation Scholars Programs at other universities and you can find more
information about the other programs here.
Please check back in November 2017 for information about the next application period.
NAU's DDCSP scholars are blogging about their experiences over at L-C-Ideas. Take a look!