The Notre Dame Sustainability Expo provides undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Notre Dame the opportunity to connect with researchers, educators, community leaders and employers about professional development opportunities in the areas of energy, the environment, and sustainability studies, focused on academic and experiential learning programs, research opportunities, internships, and job openings.
The 2020 Notre Dame Sustainability Expo was held virtually on October 6 and 7 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. (EDT) and featured live panel discussions with Q&A sessions for the more than 200 students who registered for the event. Panelists shared information about their organizations, career opportunities for students, and how to reach them for more information. All information, including additional materials from presenters and other organizations unable to participate this year, are available to students in the Virtual Exhibit Booths - 2020 Sustainability Expo online location. Booths will remain accessible to registrants until April 2021. If you did not register for the Expo but would like to view the online exhibits, please contact Barbara Villarosa. View the 2020 Expo Presentation Schedule.
The 2019 Sustainability Expo: Research, Education, and Career Development Opportunities for Notre Dame Students was held on Monday, September 16, from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. in the Jordan Hall of Science, Galleria. Aligned with the Fall Career Fair and the 13th annual Notre Dame Energy Week (Sept. 9-16), more than 140 students attended, representing 40 different majors, to explore professional development opportunities ranging from research in laboratories to summer internships to job openings. View the Fall 2019 Expo List of Participants. View the Fall 2019 Expo Photo Album. Read the recaps from the Fall 2019 Expo and Spring 2019 Expo.
If you are interested in participating in future events by sharing professional development opportunities with Notre Dame students, please contact Barbara Villarosa.
The expo is sponsored by the Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano), Center for Sustainable Energy (ND Energy), John J. Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values, Meruelo Family Center for Career Development, Minor in Sustainability, and Notre Dame Environmental Change Initiative (ND-ECI).