Forty undergraduate and graduate students from across the nation will be on campus June 2-9 for a weeklong fellowship in sustainable energy.
The fourth annual Sustainable Energy Fellowship, hosted by Cornell for the first time this year, is jointly run by faculty from Cornell, Duke University, Arizona State University, University of Michigan and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
The fellowship brings students together to learn and share ideas about the role of energy in sustainable development. They will explore topics ranging from fossil fuels and nuclear energy to solar and biofuels. The program's aim is to train and inform the next generation of engineers and managers to pioneer energy solutions for a sustainable environment.
For more information: http://www.teachenergy.org.