Students, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to participate in Energy 101, a free, 5-week series that will teach you about the energy systems that shape our lives.
Elizabeth Wilson, Professor of Environmental Studies and Director of the Arthur L. Irving Insitute for Energy and Society, kicks off the series focusing on the topic: "Big Picture: How does Energy Fulfill Critical Societal Needs?"
About Energy 101
Learn about the energy systems that shape our lives. This free, five-week educational series invites students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to expand their understanding of the systems that are shaping our energy futures through weekly mini-lectures, small and large group discussions, case studies, and interactive and applied exercises. Participants should plan to attend all five evenings, as the information shared in our weekly sessions will overlap, connect, and build over the course of the series. A consistent cohort of participants will allow for deeper group discussions and collaborative case study work, so we hope you will join us for all sessions!
Fall 2019 Dates and Topics
September 17: Big Picture: How Does Energy Fulfill Critical Societal Needs? with Elizabeth Wilson
September 24: Energy Fundamentals and the Language of Energy: Tools for Understanding Energy in Our Lives with Amanda Graham
October 1: Transitions in Today's Energy Systems: Electricity and Transportation with Stephen Doig
October 8: Dartmouth’s Energy System with Rosi Kerr
October 15: Energy Transitions and Wrap Up with Elizabeth Wilson
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.