TuckLAB: Energy

Learn to lead and manage energy transitions

The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, Tuck's Revers Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation, and the Tuck School of Business are thrilled to announce a new partnership and an exciting new certificate program, TuckLAB: Energy, for Dartmouth undergraduate juniors and seniors.

TuckLAB: Energy provides a multidisciplinary, interactive introduction to the complex socio-technical landscape of energy systems. Throughout this certificate program, you will prepare to manage and lead energy transitions across all sectors of society. Students will be introduced to a range of perspectives that are critical to grappling with real-world energy and climate challenges, including: technology, finance, justice, policy, communication, and leadership. In addition to 90-minute blocks of interactive instruction, students will participate in a hands-on technology build, a half-day climate change policy simulation, communications training, fireside chats with experts from the field, and a panel of young professionals in energy, climate, and innovation.