Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University Fall Open Houses and Fairs

Hi, ES students –

            Interested in grad school one day?  Check out the message below.

            Good luck! – John

John A. Commito


Environmental Studies Department

Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, PA 17325 USA


Phone:    717-337-6030

Fax:        717-337-8550




From: Joseph Scarfo []
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2011 4:55 PM
Subject: Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University Fall Open Houses and Fairs


The Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke University will be conducting several Open Houses across the US as well as attending and making ourselves available at Graduate Fairs for your students.

We would like to ask if you would please pass along the following information to your students so that they may join us at one of these events.  A more comprehensive schedule of other cities and events can be found at

We value and thank you for your support and help in making your students aware of their options and our program a success.


Prospective Students Open Houses and Fairs

Join us for a series of Open Houses and Grad Fairs across the U.S. to learn about our…

Degree programs

Admissions process

Scholarship opportunities

Financial aid

Career and Internship Opportunities

    We’re coming to a city near you!

Open Houses

San Francisco, CA, September 22nd

New York, NY, October 19th

Chicago. October 26th

Space is limited. Register today @

For more information contact the Office of Academic and Enrollment Services at 919-613-8070 (phone) or (email).

We hope to see you there!

*****Also look for us at fairs this fall in the following cities*****

New York, DC, Boston, Ann
Arbor, Minneapolis, Chicago, Seattle, Denver, Atlanta, Houston, New Orleans, Chapel Hill


Joseph Scarfo

Associate Director

Academic and Enrollment Services

Nicholas School of the Environment

Duke University


Please don’t print this e-mail unless you really need to.

Every creature is better alive than dead, men and moose and pine trees, and he who understands it aright will rather preserve its life than destroy it.

~Henry David Thoreau, "Chesuncook," The Maine Woods, 1848

"Biodiversity is our most precious heritage common to all living beings on the planet, what we need above all to secure."


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