The Students Shaping Our Energy Future
Meet four students who are working toward a brighter energy future for all through learning and research experiences with the Arthur L. Irving Institute.
The mission of the Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy Society is nothing less than to help reimagine our world’s energy future. That’s an ambitious, multifaceted undertaking, but who better to take on that challenge than Dartmouth students?
These four students are thinking about a brighter energy future for all and pursued hands-on learning and research experiences made possible by Arthur L. Irving Institute.
Kristin Ng TU’21 received a mini-grant from the institute to examine the energy benefits of cultivated meat.
Emma Doherty ’21 researched sustainability issues in the built environment.
John Ejiogu ’23 explored chronic issues of energy inefficiency in his home country of Nigeria.
Nathaniel Roe ’23 discovered a passion to learn about the interplay between people and infrastructure.