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Waterway Alliance for
Training of Environmental Reserach


New Orleans presents an excellent testbed in which to devise comprehensive research and education programs, as well as, effective policy that promote the sustainability, resiliency, and biodiversity of urban ecosystems.



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Waterway Alliance for Training and Environmental Research

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One of the most picturesque campuses in the US, Dillard University's Avenue of the Oaks holds special events such as Commencement.

 
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The Interdisciplinary Urban Environmental Studies Targeted Infusion Project (IUES-TIP), with its origins in the Biology Department at Dillard University, is designed to foster a cadre of well-trained undergraduates in the use of multiple frames of reference to explore linkages between natural and human systems, and the human behaviors that drive environmental and natural resource changes.


 

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podiumMeetingBrain Food is a new lecture series at Dillard University. Based on a similar series at Philander Smith, Bless the Mic, President Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough begins his new series with renowned author and public intellect, Dr. Michael Eric Dyson.

 

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