College of Natural Resources, UC Berkeley

CNR News 9/17/10

September 17, 2010

I. "How to Study Biology at Berkeley" Workshop
II. Scholarship Connection
III. CNR Social Science Majors Workshop
IV. DUKE Nicholas School of the Environment

I. How to Study Biology at Berkeley Workshop
September 22, 12-1pm 260 Mulford Hall
Chem 1A midterm got you down? Worried that your old study techniques won't cut it at Berkeley? Come learn how you can improve your study strategies to be more successful in the biological sciences. Panelists include: the Science Program Coordinator from the Student Learning Center, GSIs who've earned recognition for their teaching, major advisor, and current biology students.

II. Scholarship Connection!
Come learn about all the scholarships available to CNR students!
When: 9/29, 4:00-5:00 PM
Where: 260 Mulford Hall


III. CNR Social Science Majors Workshop
Friday October 1, 12-1pm, 260 Mulford Hall
Not interested in the biological sciences and want to know more about CNR's social science majors? Come talk to advisors about major options available in CNR, ranging from Conservation and Resource Studies, Environmental Economics and Policy, Environmental Sciences, Forestry and Natural Resources, and Society and Environment.

IV. DUKE Nicholas School of the Environment
DUKE Nicholas School of the Environment, Interdisciplinary Professional Masters Degrees
Friday, 9/24
Information Session 1:00 PM
Drop-In's 11:30-12:30
260 Mulford Hall, CNR Student Resource Center

INFORMATION SESSION will cover program concentrations, concurrent degree options, admissions processes, financial aid, internships, career choices, and Duke University.

Ideal for students interested in the environmental field. Students are attracted to this unique curriculum from various undergraduate backgrounds, as The Nicholas School has over 4 undergraduate degrees represented.

At Duke University’s School of The Environment, we believe that dealing with environmental challenges demands professionals who have studied issues from a variety of disciplines.

When students choose the Nicholas School they are ensuring that they will gain the skills and tools necessary to take the much-needed broad approach to the world’s ecosystem problems which range from science to policy to economics to business and beyond.

Rigorous academic study is complemented by unique access to natural ecological laboratories and the 7, –plus acre Duke Forest in Durham and the year-round Duke University Marine Laboratory on the Atlantic Coast.

The well-being of our planet and of humanity is dependent on the training of professionals who will work to provide solutions for environmental problems and understanding for those using the environment daily.