Ford School student Sidney Brown was named a 2008-2010 Doris Duke Conservation Fellow
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Sidney Brown, an Environmental Justice dual degree student, and seven School of Natural Resources peers were named 2008-2010 fellows because they show outstanding promise as future leaders in nonprofit or governmental conservation.
Established in 1997, the Doris Duke Conservation Fellowship Program supports graduate students enrolled in master's programs at eight leading U.S. environmental schools. The fellowships provide tuition assistance and cultivate leadership skills through internships, professional and career development programs, and ongoing alumni networking activities.
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