The iMEP graduating Class of 2019 are no strangers to being the first, and this past weekend they were the first students to graduate from the international Master of Environmental Policy (iMEP) program.
Economist and entrepreneur Lawrence Tian says the latest crop of graduates from Duke Kunshan’s master’s programs have the unlimited potential and possibilities to pioneer efforts to tackle global challenges.
The university’s first Water Towns Environmental Film and Arts Festival opened on Thursday with a red carpet reception attended by leading names in conservation and wildlife protection, and talks by international experts in “eco-cinema” and “smog art.”
There’s an affinity of diverse environmental job roles out there which can be matched to both your interests and academic experience.
While the start of a new semester always brings excitement, reunions, and uncertainties, the beginning of this spring semester 2019 has been a time of extraordinary change for inaugural International Master of Environmental Policy (iMEP) students.
A new study from Duke University and Fudan University in China is the first to estimate how much Chinese residential electricity consumption would increase due to climate change. It’s a lot.