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Joshua Jack Featured in Newsletter

“Being at the University of Michigan, I have the privilege of working with some of the nation’s best students & faculty… I am often inspired by the next generation of engineers & scientists, who are eager to develop new solutions to some of our greatest challenges.” ~Dr. Joshua Jack This newsletter features Dr. Joshua Jack, University…

First-place U-M Sequestration Squad Team Featured in Newsletter

“…That recipe for success is something that can only happen at a few places, one of them being the University of Michigan.” Stephen Brown This issue of the newsletter features the Sequestration Squad, a team of University of Michigan (U-M) students which was recently selected the first place winners of the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of…

Emily Connor Featured in Newsletter

“I am always encouraged by the energy, enthusiasm, and creativity I see from those working on climate and energy challenges. It gives me confidence and hope knowing there is a very motivated community of people who have dedicated their careers to these questions…” This newsletter features Emily Connor, Program Manager for carbon dioxide removal and conversion projects with the Office…

DOE FECM is hiring a Social Science Research Advisor!

The Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management (FECM) is seeking a Social Science Research Advisor, GS-101-13 OR 14. Applications due by December 12, 2022. For more information, visit the DOE FECM website.

University of Pennsylvania’s Dr. Peter Psarras Featured in Newsletter

“(T)here are tipping points and things can change rapidly. I look at the problems remaining—they’re challenging but not unsolvable…“ This issue features Dr. Peter Psarras, Research Assistant Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Energy Policy at the University of Pennsylvania.Dr. Psarras oversees research on indirect carbonation of alkaline feedstocks, coupled LCA/TEA analyses of carbon management pathways, and strategic road…