Students invited to be Energy Hawk Researchers

Students are invited to become Energy Hawk Researchers.

All disciplines are welcome.

Energy Hawks is a premier research opportunity for students to better understand North Dakota’s current energy landscape and focus that understanding on future energy challenges and opportunities.

Students will work and get paid for 10 weeks in the summer at the University of North Dakota’s (UND’s) Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) with a truly multidisciplinary team including students from all academic areas, including engineering, chemistry, social sciences, law, policy, finance and business, and more. Students will:

Work
with truly multidisciplinary teams.

Be exposed
to the world-leading research at UND.

Interact
with energy experts for North Dakota’s all-of-the-above energy strategy.

Experience
hands-on training at energy sites in western North Dakota.

Research
topics critical to North Dakota energy.

Discuss
and continue energy conversations during the following school year.
An informational meeting is set for 5:30 p.m. Monday, March 26, in Gamble Hall, Room 5. Pizza and beverages provided.

Additional information and process for submission and selection will be available at the meeting and afterward through BlackBoard.