Duke student and recent alum recognized among eight 2018 Energy Scholars by OneEnergy Renewables, 3Degrees, and Net Impact
Posted On:Thursday, Feb 01, 2018 - 2:56 pm
The Energy Scholars Program, now in its seventh year, is designed to cultivate and empower tomorrow’s renewable energy leaders through professional mentoring, networking, and industry access. The goal of the program is to foster a new generation of skilled and experienced professionals to take on the fight against climate change.
- Congratulations to current Nicholas School of the Environment student Taylor Price, who is pursuing a master's degree in environmental management, as well as a Certificate in Environmental Entrepreneurship. Taylor is one of eight first-year students in the Duke University Nicholas Scholars Program, is a Duke University Nemergut Scholar, and a GreenBiz 2017 Emerging Leader. She holds a bachelor's degree in environmental studies from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- Congratulations to recent Pratt School of Engineering alumnus Nitish Garg, who completed his master's degree in engineering management in fall 2017. Nitish (who served as president of the Duke MEMP Energy Club) also holds a bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from PEC University of Technology in Chandigarh, India. Nitish’s interest in renewable and clean energy developed early on, having grown up in a small town in northern India where he and his family had access to electricity for fewer than six hours per day.
You can learn more about Taylor, Nitish, and other Energy Scholars here.
“We congratulate the 2018 Energy Scholar awardees and look forward to supporting their contributions toward an equitable new energy economy," said Jennifer Barnes, VP of Operations & Communications at OneEnergy Renewables. "We are also thrilled to have partnered with our long-standing friends at 3Degrees this year. OneEnergy believes that with both companies working together, the Energy Scholars will enjoy even more career opportunities and experiences."