Beyond the Classroom
The Institute for Energy Solutions enriches graduate education through a multidisciplinary graduate education program in partnership with Native American tribes to establish a community of scholars with the tools and insights needed to balance technological, environmental, and cultural attributes of resilient energy, water, food systems. The goal of the program is to increase the number of graduates with specialist skills in energy, water and food systems by promoting course offerings within the University of Arizona.
For more information please contact:
Dr. Kimberly Ogden
Professor, Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Dr. Karletta Chief
Assistant Professor & Extension Specialist; Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Science
PROGRAMS OF STUDY
GREEN COURSE GUIDE
SUPPLEMENT YOUR SCHEDULE WITH GREEN EDUCATION
Pick from more than 500 UA classes that address timely environmental, energy and sustainability issues
Student Energy Groups (SEGS)
Students throughout the University of Arizona have formed a variety of groups to share knowledge and ideas to advance energy and sustainability through science, engineering, policy, law, economics, and more. Each year this group of student energy groups under SEGS identifies a topic of special interest to pursue and also co-organizes the Annual Arizona Student Energy Conference (AzSEC).
- Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy
- Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists
- Engineers Without Borders
- Net Impact – UA Eller College of Management Graduate Chapter
- Solar Cats
- Students for Sustainability
- Students for Sustainability; Energy and Climate Committee
Arizona Student Energy Conference (AzSEC)
Annual Student Conference on Renewable Energy Science, Technology, and Policy
Students from the University of Arizona (UA), Arizona State University (ASU) and Northern Arizona University (NAU) come together each year for the Arizona Student Energy Conference (AzSEC). This annual two-day conference focuses on developments and innovation in the fields of renewable energy science, technology, and policy. Poster sessions and awards, policy panel discussions, and graduate presentations demonstrate the broad scope of research activities being conducted at the 3 Arizona Universities. Planned tutorial sessions introduce participants to fundamental concepts of renewable energy, and faculty talks will offer insight into the pioneering and collaborative work taking place at Arizona's research institutions.
AzSEC 2017 - October 19th & 20th / ASU, Tempe. More information coming in May 2017!