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Graduate student selected for The Nature Conservancy in Idaho Trustee Fellowship

Meg Dolman, a PhD candidate in the College of Arts and Science’s Human-Environment Systems program, has been selected for The Nature Conservancy in Idaho Trustee Fellowship. This fellowship was designed to bring diverse perspectives and voices to The Nature Conservancy’s leadership and strategic direction while helping prepare the next generation of leaders. Dolman will engage as a full voting member of The Nature Conservancy of Idaho’s board as fellow.

“I am thrilled about the prospect of contributing to transformative change within Idaho and gaining invaluable insights from The Nature Conservancy,” Dolman said. “This non-profit environmental agency is committed to collaboratively addressing our most pressing conservation and environmental challenges, and I am honored to play a small part through my role as a trustee fellow.”