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Energy Studies Minor 2017 Graduating Class

April 21, 2017

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The number of students graduating from Notre Dame with the Energy Studies Minor continues to rise. On May 19, ND Energy will host its first reception for 22 graduates and their families. As in the past, the minor, housed in the College of Engineering, attracts students from across the University. Many plan to work in the energy sector, while others joined to become more informed about issues they are passionate about. All agree that the variety of course offerings allowed them the freedom to examine aspects of the energy challenge from many different angles.  
 

To complete the minor, students must fulfill a capstone requirement. Emphasizing experience and real-life interactions, some students opt to participate in the Center for Social Concern’s energy-related seminars. These include a week-long trip over fall and spring break to either Appalachia or Washington, D.C. to examine the interaction of various groups as they relate to energy issues. A second option is to take a capstone class, overseen by ND Energy Director Peter Burns, Henry Massman Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences. This course also emphasizes a personalized energy-related experience as well as an examination of current topics.
 

Congratulations to our 2017 Energy Studies Minors!
 

Michael Carillo, Mendoza College of Business, Accountancy
Tessa Clarizio, College of Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Matthew Colturi, College of Engineering, Civil Engineering
Adam Conrath, Mendoza College of Business, Information Tech. Management
Andrew DeSantis, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
Kathryn Georgi, College of Science, Environmental Sciences
Mark Grasberger, Mendoza College of Business, Finance
Sarah Jen, Mendoza College of Business, Finance
John Karas, Mendoza College of Business, Accountancy
Patricia Kay, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
Erik Maag, College of Arts and Letters, German, Environmental Sciences Supplement
Brian McCurren, College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Nicole Micelotta, College of Science, Environmental Sciences
Grace Muller, Mendoza College of Business, Finance
Ryan Schools, College of Engineering, Chemical Engineering
Caroline Skulski, College of Science, Science-Business
Wynn Stoxen, College of Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Andrew Thomas, College of Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Isaac Wappes, College of Science, Chemistry, Theology Minor
Jonathan Winkel, Mendoza College of Business, Finance
Kimberly Wojcik, College of Engineering, Environmental Engineering
Madeline Wroblewski, College of Science, Environmental Sciences, Studio Art Minor

 

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