Climate and Energy Summer Series

Are you inspired to act on climate change? Join us every Tuesday in July for a series of programs and presentations designed 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 the Irving Institute for Energy and Society.

Register for one or more of the four sessions below. Each session features different Dartmouth faculty members and current students who will discuss their ongoing work around climate and energy.

 

Sustainability at Dartmouth

A photo of campus, featuring solar panels on the roof of a building
Rosi Kerr and students

Tuesday, July 27 at 7:00 p.m. ET

How can Dartmouth itself address climate change? What are we doing here to tackle thorny sustainability challenges? How are we heating and cooling a large campus while still reducing greenhouse gas emissions? Dartmouth Sustainability Director Rosi Kerr '97 will share how the Dartmouth energy system works and how the Dartmouth Sustainability Office challenges and empowers students to solve the human and environmental problems presented by a rapidly changing planet. Register here.

 

If you couldn't join us for one or more of the webinars, or if you want to learn more about what it means to study climate and energy at Dartmouth, consider checking out the following resources:

All of the resources above are offered in lieu of recordings of each webinar. While our faculty and students deliver amazing presentations, we're aware that spending an hour in front of a recorded Zoom event is almost certainly less compelling than directly checking out many of the opportunities and programs that our students and faculty mention.