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Title
The Program
 
Year 1: Research
 
Year 2: Internship
 
Year 3: Alumni Administrative Assistants
 
The DDCSP Difference
 
 
Mentoring
 
 
Annual Capstone Symposium
 
 
Capstone Retreat
 
 
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
 
 
Field Trips and Service Activities
 
 
Community Building
 
Frequently Asked Questions
Scholars
 
2020 Scholars
 
2019 Scholars
 
Program Alumni
 
 
2016 Scholars
 
 
2017 Scholars
 
 
2018 Scholars
 
Scholar Reflections
 
 
5 Lessons Learned While Working With the Sierra Club
 
 
An infectious summer of fun and growth: a Doris Duke Conservation Scholar in EEB
 
 
Ecology Center: Acquiring New Perspectives in Food Systems Work Beyond Academia
 
 
Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner: Gardening for Water Conservation
 
 
Sierra Club in Detroit: Community Engagement, Activism, Citizenship & a Green Future
 
 
The Great Lakes Commission: Creating Resources for Source Water Protection
 
 
Growing Hope: Community Outreach through Gardening
 
 
Huron River Watershed Council: Connecting People with the Environment
 
 
Legacy Land Conservation: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Land Conservation
 
 
Sierra Club in Detroit: Rain Gardens to the Rescue
 
 
NOAA: Diving Deeper into Research on Invasive Mussels in Lake Huron
 
 
Great Lakes Commission: Getting a Taste of Environmental Policy
 
 
Michigan League of Conservation Voters: Protecting Communities through Advocacy
News
 
Emily Rau and Team at MISG Published a Report on Great Lakes Employment Trends
 
Bryn Mawr College Featured Vic Say and Team's Research on Green Infrastructure
 
Syed Hussain plays key role in organizing food justice conference
 
2017 Scholar Recipient of Second Place Undergraduate Research Prize
 
Julia Talamo Featured in POSSE Foundation News
 
Rutgers University Highlighted Scholar's Summer Research Experience
 
First Doris Duke Conservation Scholar from Alcorn State University
 
Portia Bharath Bringing DDCSP Research to Practice
 
Isaac Klimasmith Presents at New Horizons Conference in Conservation Conference
 
Scholar's Success Story: A Double Dream Come True
 
Danielle Vermeer featured on ASU website
 
Diversity in Environmental Organizations: Reporting and Transparency Report No. 1
 
DDCSP Research Going Beyond the Summer
 
UC Berkeley Leadership Award Recipient
Our Team