I Minored in Energy at MIT: 4 Student Stories

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Casey Stein, Chris Welch, Jake Jurewicz, and Shaena Berlin share their experiences studying energy at MIT. Photo: Justin Knight.

The Energy Minor attracts top students from across the Institute. In this 4-part profile series, get to know Energy Minor students. Who are they? What motivates them? How do they plan to apply their knowledge to energy challenges?

54 undergraduates from 14 departments across MIT's 5 schools have now completed the Energy Minor, which launched in 2009. This multi-disciplinary program complements students' departmental expertise with a cross-cutting and integrative examination of energy fundamentals.