Congratulations to our 2020 Energy Grads!


While it was disappointing to not be able to celebrate the Class of 2020 in person this year, we're proud of all our Dartmouth graduates and want to highlight a few students who have focused on energy in its various forms during their college career. Congratulations to all on making it through a challenging final term and keep in touch with us about what you're up to! 

Read about some of our recent graduates. We'll keep adding to the stories as we connect with our new alums! 

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Samuel Blumenstiel TH'20

Major: Dual Degree Student — Bachelor of Engineering with a Mechanical Engineering Concentration, Dartmouth | Physics, Skidmore College
Hometown: Newton, MA

"The aspect of energy which drew me in the most was the human impact."

Learn more about Sam.

Sam Blumenstiel '20

Alexander Miller '20

Major: Economics
Minor: Religion 
Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

"Energy intersects with just about any question we're asking ourselves as a campus, as a nation, as a world..."

Read more about Alex.

Alexander Miller

Jordan Sandford '19, TH'20

Major: Mechanical Engineering
Hometown: Sudbury, MA

"I choose engineering for many of the same reasons, I find energy fascinating. Creative, technical solutions in engineering are only as good as your ability to communicate them to others (as our professors often reminded us)."

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Jordan Sanford

Mary Tobin '20

Major: Engineering Sciences 
Minor: Human Centered Design
Hometown: San Diego, CA

"We can think creatively and critically and make smart investments in buildings, infrastructure, and renewables..."

Read more about Mary.

Mary Tobin Class of 2020