Climate and Energy Summer Series

Join us every Tuesday in July for a specialized virtual visit for prospective students interested in thinking about climate change as a substantive part of their college experience. These events are hosted by the Dartmouth College Office of Admissions in partnership with Dartmouth's Irving Institute for Energy and Society.

Each session features different Dartmouth faculty members and current students who will discuss their ongoing work around climate and energy. Register for one or more of the four sessions below (July 7, July 14, July 21, July 28).

 

Energy and Climate at Dartmouth: Mapping the Landscape

Tuesday, July 7 at 7:00 p.m. ET

A photo of the Irving Institute's Academic Director, Amanda Graham
Concerned about climate change? Interested in sustainable energy futures? Dr. Amanda Graham will outline how the Irving Institute for Energy and Society is tackling these critical challenges and chat with current students—including student energy club leader Max Holden '21—about what they are learning and doing in the energy space at Dartmouth.

 

 

Studying Climate Science at Dartmouth

Tuesday, July 14 at 7:00 p.m. ET
A photo of professor Erich Osterberg on The Stretch
What impacts will climate change have on floods, heat waves, disease, food production, and sea level?  Can we solve the climate crisis? We'll hear from Dartmouth professors Jonathan Winter (Geography) and Erich Osterberg (Earth Sciences) and recent alum Mariana Webb '19 about how Dartmouth faculty and students are addressing these and other pressing questions in the classroom and through innovative research around the world.
 
 

Sustainability at Dartmouth

Tuesday, July 21 at 7:00 p.m. ET

A photo of Rosi Kerr
A photo of Marcus Welker
Rosi Kerr '98, Director of the Sustainability Office at Dartmouth
, and Sustainability Program Manager Marcus Welker will share how the study of sustainability at Dartmouth challenges and empower students to solve human and environmental problems presented by a rapidly changing planet through hands-on learning, building inclusive communities, and transforming campus operations.

 

Young Alumni Panel on Outcomes

Tuesday, July 28 at 7:00 p.m. ET

A photo of Kate Salamindo '19
This panel discussion will feature four recent Dartmouth graduates whose on-campus energy engagement spanned engineering, physical, and social science research, founding Dartmouth's first student energy clubdeveloping and implementing the College's ambitious sustainability goals, leading students on an Energy Immersion spring break trip to Appalachia, and more! You'll meet Zach Berzolla '19, Jordan Swett '19, Elena Bird '18, and Laura Hutchinson '19 and learn about their time at Dartmouth, where they are today, and what the future holds.

The panel will be moderated by Kate Salamido '19, the Experiential Learning Coordinator for the Irving Institute for Energy and Society. Kate's life as a student included a committed long term relationship with Dartmouth's Sustainability Office and completing a Senior Honors Thesis on past climate change and glacier retreat in Greenland.