13 Jun Course at the Duke University Marine Laboratory examines the Use of Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Save the Sea
The Duke University Marine Laboratory in Beaufort, North Carolina, is offering a new course this summer titled «Venturing Seaward: Innovation and Entrepreneurship for Ocean Benefit.» The course is open to undergraduate and graduate students – as well as post-docs and mid/late-career professionals – who would like to deepen their understanding at the intersection of marine conservation, innovation, entrepreneurship, and public policy.
A course summary is available on the Duke Marine Lab website at the following URL: nicholas.duke.edu/marinelab/programs/courses/innovation
… and supplemental information is available here: nicholas.duke.edu/marinelab/programs/undergraduate/…
Running from July 8 through August 9, Venturing Seaward is limited to just 15 students. The target-date for registration is June 15th and enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Interested folks can contact Gwendy Womble (Gwendolyn.Womble@duke.edu) or Katie Wood (Katie.Wood@duke.edu) for questions and help with registration.