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The Energy Education Task Force pursues the following goals with the support of the MITEI Education Office:

  • maintaining and enhancing the undergraduate Energy Studies Minor,
  • assessing and supporting further development of MIT's energy curriculum,
  • and communicating MIT's interdisciplinary energy education model.

Proposals: Energy-Focused Subjects

The Energy Education Task Force is working to develop a call for proposals for new or substantially revised energy-focused subjects from MIT faculty. Please email askmitei-ed@mit.edu for further information.


Co-chairs

  • Amy Glasmeier, Department of Urban Studies and Planning Department Head, Professor of Geography and Regional Planning
  • Jeffrey Grossman, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Carl Richard Soderberg Associate Professor of Power Engineering

Faculty

  • Jacopo Buongiorno, Associate Progessor of Nuclear Science and Engineering
  • William H. Green, Hoyt C. Hottel Professor of Chemical Engineering
  • Bradford Hager, Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Earth Sciences
  • Sheila Kennedy, Professor of the Practice, Architectural Design
  • Christopher Knittel, William Barton Rogers Professor of Energy Economics
  • Thomas Malone, Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management
  • Rajeev Ram, Professor of Electrical Engineering
  • Evelyn Wang, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Troy Van Voorhis, Professor of Chemistry
  • Christopher Warshaw, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Students

  • Charlotte Kirk ('14), Chemical Engineering
  • Shreya Dave (G), Mechanical Engineering
  • Kaitlin Goldstein (G), Architecture
  • Caleb Joseph Waugh (G), Nuclear Science & Engineering