2018 Sessions: Abstracts, Presentations and Videos

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Agenda, Abstracts and Presentations:

9:15 Plenary Discussion: The Future of Energy: Projections and perspectives on energy supply and demand, implications for education and the workforce

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Moderator: April Salas – Executive Director, Revers Center for Energy – Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.

 

Sam Baldwin, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renbaldwinphotodsc_0101.jpgewable Energy, U.S. Department of Energy.

 

 

IMG_3040.jpgJonathon E. Monken, Senior Director, System Resiliency and Strategic Coordination in the ITS Division of PJM Interconnection.

 

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Janet Peace, Senior Vice President, Policy and Business Strategy, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions.

 

10:15 Plenary discussion: Education for Resilient Energy Systems: preparing the workforce for today and tomorrow.

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Moderator: Tom Richard, Director, Institute for Energy and Environment, Penn State University.

 

 

bezdek Forecasting the Jobs, Skills, and Educational Requirements in the Emerging Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Economy –  Roger H. BezdekPh.D. Cavendish Energy LLC. See more info here.

 

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Erika Symmonds, Director, Workforce Development, Grid Alternatives.

 

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Ann Randazzo, Executive Director, Center for Energy Workforce Development.

See: CEWD at a Glance ;  CEWD Gamechangers ; 2017 CEWD Survey Results

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 Scott Sklar President, The Stella Group. See presentation here.

See: “In Demand: Clean Energy, Sustainability and the New American Workforce”

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Eric Coffman, Chief – Office of Energy and Sustainability, Department of Geological Services – Montgomery County, MD.

11:30am SESSION 1: Facilitated Breakout discussions: Education for Resilient in Energy Systems: preparing the workforce for today and tomorrow.

Discussants:

  • Roger H. Bezdek, Ph.D., President, Management Information Services, Inc. bezdek
  • Ann Randazzo, Executive Director, Center for Energy Workforce Development.

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  • Janet Peace, Senior Vice President, Policy and Business Strategy, Center for Climate and Energy Solutions
  • April M. Salas, Executive Director, Revers Center for Energy, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
  • Erika Symmonds, Director, Workforce Development, Grid Alternatives.
  • Sudeep Vyapari, Ph.D., Executive Vice President, Association of Controls   Professionals.
  • Brian Lovell, Association of Controls Professionals

12:30pm Poster Session

2:00pm SESSION 2: Symposia, Skill building workshops or topical discussions

a. Energy and Choices – topical discussion; organized by John H. Perkins, Ph.D., The Evergreen State College.

Co-Presenters:

Choices at the Institutional Level – Cathy Middlecamp, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Madison.

Choices and Nuclear Technologies –  Sharlissa Moore, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

Choices at the Policy Level – Mr. Adam L. Reed, Esq., University of Colorado – Boulder.

b. Exploring the Power Grid: Developing Materials for K-12 Students – topical discussion; organized by Michael Arquin, KidWind Project.

c. Energy Degree Programs, Minors and Concentrations

d. Connections between with Energy Education and Energy Practices on Campus and in Local Communities:

e. Introductory Energy Education: Energy 101 and General Education:

3:45pm SESSION 3: Symposia, Skill building workshops or topical discussions – Topics in Energy Education (concurrent sessions)

a. World Energy Simulation – Facilitator Training – Michele Putko, Ph.D., UMass Lowell.

b. Defining Resilience and Sustainability in an Energy Context:

c. K-12 Energy Education Symposium:

  1. K-12 Energy Education Symposium Pt. 1
  2. K-12 Energy Education Symposium Pt. 2
  3. K-12 Energy Education Symposium Pt. 3

d. Diversity: Advancing Diversity in the Sustainable Energy Field – workshop;

  • Felicia Davis, Clark Atlanta University and Project InTeGRATE, and Richard S. Gragg, Ph.D., Florida A&M University.

 

 

 

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