The Energy + Contest
With cash prizes, the Energy + Challenge is organized by the University of Michigan Energy Institute and is open to students of any academic discipline. The Challenge seeks to demonstrate to students the interconnectedness of energy with the built environment, the climate, and the centrality of energy in society. This year’s theme is Energy + Emissions; see full contest info here.
About the Energy Science and Policy Minor
Are our energy systems sustainable? If not, what could the world do differently? Energy underlies all of our modern technological, social, political, economic, and ecological systems. This minor, hosted at U-M's Program in the Environment, is designed to provide the information and analytic skills necessary to understanding the sustainable production and consumption of energy across a variety of disciplinary perspectives.
Click here to learn more about the minor.
Students can interact with the Energy Institute in a variety of ways:
For energy-related local and campus events, click here.
For external funding opportunities, click here.
To learn about campus energy clubs, click here.
For a complete, searchable index of U-M faculty who conduct energy research, click here.
Students with general questions should contact Bruno Vanzieleghem.