CEEP orientation for new students

The 2014 Center For Energy Environmental Policy (CEEP) orientation will be held on Monday, August 25, 2014 at 12:30 p.m in Clayton Hall. A range of research projects being supported by the Center will be introduced at the event to new and continuing students. Students will also meet faculty from across campus that support graduate study at the University of Delaware in energy-environment issues. The officers of the Energy and Environmental Policy Students Association (EEPSA) will also be introduced to the new students and faculty. EEPSA has again organized its annual party in Clayton Hall that will begin at 4:30 p.m. and conclude at 7:00 p.m. All continuing students are expected to attend the orientation....
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Pradeep Indulkar talks about “High Power” at CEEP

Pradeep Indulkar Talks About “High Power” at CEEP Pradeep Indulkar, the director of “High Power,” a documentary on Tarapur nuclear project in India, recently talked to the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy (CEEP) at the University of Delaware on his award-winning documentary which describes the challenges of energy, economic development, environmental degradation and persistence of deprivation caused by displacement of local communities when siting new nuclear facilities. Addressing the CEEP student and the faculty community, Indulkar explained that the 27-minute documentary about the health issues faced by residents living around the Tarapur Atomic Power Station, a nuclear power plant in Maharashtra, “unfolds a world unknown, picture unshown, and a nature unborn.” The documentary also examines issues of loss...
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EEPSA at the Wharton Energy Conference 2013

EEPSA participated at the Wharton Energy Conference 2013. The conference titled, “Reshaping the Energy Industry: Putting all the Pieces Together”,  was held on November 8, 2013 at the Union League of Philadelphia, and was attended by  academics and students from diverse backgrounds (including Wharton MBAs, Penn Law, Penn Design, MIT and Penn Engineering, among others) with professionals working in renewables, energy finance, chemicals, and oil and gas. The purpose of the conference was to promote dialogue on the circumstances shaping the current global energy landscape and how the diverse sectors of the industry can be harnessed jointly to create positive change in several arenas. Some of the topics discussed included: Distributed Generation Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Corporate Sustainability Smart Grid...
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New EEPSA calendar!

All of events hosted, organized and promoted by EEPSA will make it to EEPSA’s shiny new calendar! You can view this calendar by clicking here, or you can go to the permanent calendar page on this website. If you would like to see all EEPSA events in your own google calendar, send us an email on eepstu@gmail.com with the words <Calendar subscribe> and we will share the calendar with you....
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2013 PhD workgroup kick-off meetings

The PhD dissertation process is a difficult process to navigate and feedback from peers can be a valuable input as you move forward in articulating your ideas. As such, we are planning to organize a regularly scheduled working and scholarly discussion meeting to help structure our support process. At these meetings we can discuss the general dissertation process, develop a list of desired future topics to talk about, learn about each other’s research focus and learn how we can support one another as we embark on this difficult process. So, fellow PhDs, keep an eye out in your email inbox for an invitation for the PhD workgroup meetings. This should be sent out to you shortly. We look forward...
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