Work With the Irving Institute!

The Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth is hiring an undergraduate education coordinator to develop and oversee implementation of Read more about Work With the Irving Institute!

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New Course for Spring Term 2021: ANTH 50.38 Social Lives of Energy

New Anthropology course will analyze the cultures of energy systems, focusing on clean energy sources. Using a global case study approach, we will examine how energy systems impact historical, cultural, and political dimensions of life. Read more about New Course for Spring Term 2021: ANTH 50.38 Social Lives of Energy

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Prepare to Become a LEED Green Associate!

Interested in taking the LEED Green Associate exam? Sam Lefkofsky '21 has created a self-paced course to help you prepare! Read more about Prepare to Become a LEED Green Associate!

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Online FERC Bootcamp Energizes Student Learning

In mid-December almost 30 students learned about the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and how electricity is regulated in the US in the Irving Institute's FERC Bootcamp. Read more about Online FERC Bootcamp Energizes Student Learning

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Energy 101 Wraps Up First Online Series

In 2018 the Irving Institute for Energy and Society began offering Energy 101, a free, not-for-credit course providing learners with a foundation iRead more about Energy 101 Wraps Up First Online Series

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Energy 101 Goes Virtual for Fall 2020

Energy 101, a free series of not-for-credit classes for anyone interested in learning the basics of energy and society, is available online during fall 2020. Read more about Energy 101 Goes Virtual for Fall 2020

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Energy 101 Starts Sept. 22

The fall 2020 Energy 101 series starts Sept. 22! Learn basic energy concepts, terminology, and contexts to help you better understand how energy shapes and is ha Read more about Energy 101 Starts Sept. 22

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