The Rutgers Energy Institute and Columbia University's Center on Global Energy Policy are excited to announce the first Women in Energy event being held at Rutgers University. Please join us for a panel conversation focused on female leadership in the energy sector. Panelists will share their experiences, career paths, and offer advice for students seeking to enter the energy/environment field. This is a public event open to all and will be followed by a small reception.
Rutgers University Busch Student Center - The Cove, 604 Bartholomew Road Piscataway, NJ 08854
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 6:00pm to 8:00pm ET
Parking: Visitors may park in Lots 51, 59, 60B & 67 without permits. Special event parking is only for visitors to the University and does not include free metered parking. Faculty, Staff, and Students must park only in lots they are authorized to park in.
Our panel of experts will include:
- Serpil Guran, Director of Rutgers EcoComplex “Clean Energy Innovation Center”
- Jeanne Fox, Adjunct Professor in School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University; former Commissioner at New Jersey Board of Public Utilities; former Regional Administrator at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 2; former Commissioner at New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy
- Alissa Park, Lenfest Chair in Applied Climate Science and Director of The Lenfest Center for Sustainable Energy at Columbia University
- Ellen Morris, Adjunct Professor in School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University and President and Founder of Sustainable Energy Solutions
- Rachael Shwom, Associate Professor in Department of Human Ecology at Rutgers University; Associate Director of The Rutgers Energy Institute (moderator)
About the Women in Energy Program: The WIE program is aimed at increasing the presence of women in the energy sector, and over the mid to long term, the presence of women in senior and management roles across the energy space through a (1) variety of public outreach, networking and community building activities, (2) leadership training and mentorship, and (3) facilitating opportunities for paid internships and full-time career opportunities.The program seeks to empower students to take on leadership roles in the energy sector and realize their full potential, while building a thriving community of professional women.