On Friday, March 25, the Nicholas School Energy Club is hosting a career trek in Grainger Hall Field Auditorium at 2:00 p.m., co-sponsored by the Duke University Energy Initiative and the Nicholas Institute. Attendees at Field Auditorium will meet with a panel of specialists from the EPA Headquarters in The Triangle, who will be presenting virtually. The event moderator is Dr. Brian Murray. Food/refreshments will be provided for takeout following event. The invite is open to all students, regardless of your interest in energy!
Invited panelists will talk about working at the EPA and detail the Agency's work with respect to topics like environmental justice, conservation, energy, water resources, public-private partnerships, law and regulation and more. They are excited to answer your questions!
The event is open to students from all degree programs at Duke, regardless of your interest in energy. Register here. There are 100 spots available for the event at Grainger Hall. These are open to students from across the university (undergraduate and graduate) and will be given out on a first come basis. If registration exceeds 100, we will try an overflow option with online participation. For virtual attendance, we will post closer to the date of the event if this is an option. Please indicate in the survey if you can only attend virtually.
Bring your questions and/or add them to the survey. See you there!