Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame

Energy Week 2016

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OCTOBER 3 - 7

Calendar of Events

Events during Energy Week are free and open to the Notre Dame community and general public. Some events will be closed to the general public due to University policies and safety issues. A PUBLIC SCHEDULE has been developed for the convenience of our local and regional community members. 

The following is a list of events during Energy Week. This list will be updated as needed, so please visit this page often for the latest information!


Monday, October 3:

  • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, 115 Stinson Remick Hall
    Where is ND Energy? - A Special Event for First Year Students!  Because of the growing interest in the energy future and the desire for coursework that is cross-curricular, we want everyone on campus, especially our newest students, to know about our Energy Studies Minor, Student Energy Board, and opportunities to get involved working with K-12 students.  All First Year students are invited to visit our office and learn about ND Energy.
  • 7:00 - 9:00 pm, 101 DeBartolo Hall
    Blood on the Mountain documentary
    Co-sponsored by the Center for Social Concerns

Tuesday, October 4:

  • 10:00 am - 2:00 pm, 115 Stinson Remick Hall
    Where is ND Energy?- A Special Event for First Year Students!  Because of the growing interest in the energy future and the desire for coursework that is cross-curricular, we want everyone on campus, especially our newest students, to know about our Energy Studies Minor, Student Energy Board, and opportunities to get involved working with K-12 students.  All First Year students are invited to visit our office and learn about ND Energy.
  • 4:00 pm, 141 DeBartolo Hall
    A Solar Panel: Making Solar Power a Reality, featuring Randall Ellingson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Faculty Member of the Wright Center for Photovoltaic Innovation and Commercialization at The University of Toledo; Nicholas Strevel, Senior Manager of Module Technology at First Solar; and Joseph Karrasch, Manager of Asset Investments/Renewables at American Electric Power
    Co-sponsored by the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering at Notre Dame and the Department of Chemistry at Notre Dame
  • 5:15 pm, Basilica of the Sacred Heart
    Feast of St. Francis Mass and festive desserts after dinner in the North and South Dining Halls
    Co-sponsored by the Minor in Sustainability, Center for Social Concerns, Campus Ministry, and Food Services

Wednesday, October 5:

Thursday, October 6:

Friday, October 7:

  • 11:30 am and 12:30 pm, Morris Inn Ballroom A - Registration required
    Morris Inn Green Roof Tours, introduction by Ashish Sharma, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences
    Co-sponsored by the Environmental Change Initiative and The Morris Inn
     
  • 4:00 - 6:30 pm, outside South Dining Hall
    Sustainability Fair 
    Co-sponsored by GreeND
    Rain location - Stepan Center
  • 5:00 - 6:00 pm, outside South Dining Hall - Registration required
    Energy Challenge
    Co-sponsored by the Office of Sustainability
    Rain location - If the Sustainability Fair is moved to Stepan Center due to inclement weather, the Energy Challenge will be rescheduled.

Energy Week is planned and coordinated by ND Energy and its Student Energy Board. Several of the events will be co-sponsored with GreeND, the Sustainability Minor, the Center for Social Concerns, the Office of Sustainability, the Environmental Change Initiative, the Career Center, the Morris Inn, the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. For more information about Energy Week, contact Anne Berges Pillai at apillai@nd.edu or 574-631-9106.


 

PUBLIC SCHEDULE

Monday, October 3:

Tuesday, October 4:

  • 4:00 pm, 141 DeBartolo Hall
    A Solar Panel: Making Solar Power a Reality, featuring Randall Ellingson, Professor of Physics and Astronomy and Faculty Member of the Wright Center for Photovoltaic Innovation and Commercialization at The University of Toledo; Nicholas Strevel, Senior Manager of Module Technology at First Solar; and Joseph Karrasch, Manager of Asset Investments/Renewables at American Electric Power
  • 5:15 pm, Basilica of the Sacred Heart
    Feast of St. Francis Mass
    and festive desserts after dinner in the North and South Dining Halls

Wednesday, October 5:

Friday, October 7:

  • 4:00 - 6:30 pm, South Dining Hall
    Sustainability Fair
    Rain location, Stepan Center