Executive education opportunity for early- to mid-career water managers

Up to 15 full scholarships are available to a new Duke University executive education program designed to equip early- to mid-career water managers with the skills needed to forge innovative solutions to the challenges faced by water and wastewater utilities today.


The deadline for applications to the year-long Water Innovation and Leadership Development program are due on October 15. More information can be found at https://sites.nicholas.duke.edu/execed/water-innovation-leadership-development-program/ or by contacting Laura Lipps, assistant director of executive education at the Nicholas School of Environment, at laura.lipps@duke.edu.

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