Fueling the future: An impact report from the Duke University Energy Initiative (Dec. 2018)

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Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018 - 12:42 pm

Before the Energy Initiative was created, you could find Duke University students and faculty focused on energy in isolated pockets across campus. But they had few opportunities to learn from and work alongside one another. And no single Duke unit was dedicating attention and resources to cultivating the university's energy offerings.

Much has changed. Today, thanks to the Energy Initiative, energy faculty and students can take advantage of a plethora of programs, resources, and events that encourage multidisciplinary exchange and collaboration. The result? A lively, university-wide energy community. This multimedia report captures some recent highlights of energy at Duke: 

Fueling the Future



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