The Sustainability Expo (previously known as the Undergraduate Sustainability Research & Education Expo) has been expanded to provide all students (undergraduate and graduate) with information and valuable resources about career opportunities in the areas of energy, the environment, and sustainability studies.
The 5th annual Sustainability Expo: Research, Education, and Career Opportunities for Students in Energy, the Environment, and Sustainability Studies is scheduled for Tuesday, January 29, 2019 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the Jordan Hall of Science Galleria.
New this year, we are welcoming employers who may already be planning to be on campus for the Career Fair on January 30. By having companies participate in the expo, students will have the option to seek internships and potential job openings outside of the local area. In addition, students will continue to learn about research opportunities with faculty, majors/minors/certificate programs, and community outreach and service opportunities that are also critical to their education and professional development.
Some groups and organizations represented in the past have been: Bertrand Farm, Burns Research Laboratory, Environmental Change Initiative, Environmental Radiochemistry/Actinide Chemistry Research Laboratory, Food Rescue US, Fund for the Public Interest, Go Research Laboratory, Great Lakes Project, GreeND, GreenScale Research Project, Guo Research Laboratory, Hixon Research Laboratory, Jones Research Laboratory – Freshwater Ecology, Kellogg and Kroc Institutes, Lightcap Research Laboratory – Making Fuels with Sunlight, Master of Global Affairs, Medvigy Research Laboratory, Minor in Sustainability, Molecular-level Energy and Mass Transport (MEMT) Research Laboratory, ND Energy – Energy Studies Minor, Student Energy Board, and Slatt Research Fellowships, Notre Dame Career Center, Prairie Winds Nature Farm, Regional Environmental Action Network of IU-South Bend, Reilly Center and GLOBES Program, Student Government, UNDERC, Unity Gardens, Urban Forestry Sustainability, and W.A.T.E.R. Research Laboratory.