Education


MIT is fundamentally a center of learning, and education is a pillar of the Energy Initiative.

From freshmen pre-orientation to the Energy Studies Minor to graduate fellowships, we engage students at every level. Our students:

The Institute’s “mens et manus” philosophy (mind and hand) guides the content of and approaches to teaching and learning energy at MIT.

News

BP Names Winner of the MIT Ultimate Field Trip Campus Finals

BP Names Winner of the MIT Ultimate Field Trip Campus Finals

Nation’s largest energy investor selects Team En^X to represent the school in national energy competition for science and engineering students

February 20, 2014Read more
The dark and stormy side of science-policy mixology

The dark and stormy side of science-policy mixology

IAP course explored the science, economics, and policy of climate change.

February 12, 2014Read more
MITx course injects science into the global warming debate

MITx course injects science into the global warming debate

MIT Energy Studies course teaches students academic rigor, not rhetoric

January 21, 2014Read more
The Top 10 MIT Energy Stories from 2013

The Top 10 MIT Energy Stories from 2013

Each year MIT develops energy breakthroughs. 2013 was no exception. We rounded up the top 10 energy stories that received the most attention, and counted down to the New Year on Twitter #energy2013

December 31, 2013Read more
2014 MIT Clean Energy Prize calls on tomorrow's energy leaders

2014 MIT Clean Energy Prize calls on tomorrow's energy leaders

More than $300,000 to be awarded to winners

December 17, 2013Read more

Events

2014 MIT Energy Conference

Introduction to Process Simulation for non-Chemical Engineers

2014 MIT Energy Conference

Delivering Energy at Scale: Science, Technology, and Sustainable Development

Electric Power System Modeling for a Low Carbon Economy

Financing Capital for Capital Intensive Energy Projects

Wind Technology Testing Center Tour

Energy Underground: MBTA Facilities and Tunnel Tour