Energy systems are in a state of flux. Changing climate, the rise of affordable low carbon technologies, and growing recognition that significant inequities are embedded in much of our energy infrastructure are all driving transformation in the ways societies generate, distribute, and use energy. Governments, businesses, and communities worldwide need professionals who understand the pervasive nature of energy in modern life and who are equipped to address it in any position or organization.
Taught by leading faculty and practitioners in energy, society, business, and sustainability, the TuckLAB: Energy curriculum dives into policy, technology, finance, marketing, organizational change, professional leadership, and equity and justice. Students will attend classes at the new home for the Irving Institute, a vibrant hub situated between the Tuck School of Business and the Thayer School of Engineering.
The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth, Tuck’s Revers Center for Energy, Sustainability and Innovation and Undergraduate Programs Office designed the program curriculum, manage its delivery, and provide program funding.
TuckLAB expands to offer Dartmouth undergrads an interactive introduction to the complexities of modern energy systems.