The Irving Institute for Energy and Society at Dartmouth College are delighted to invite early-career energy, climate and society scholars to apply for their 3rd annual New Energy Summer Summit, to be held July 21-24 on the Dartmouth college campus.

Accepted applicants receive full funding to attend the Summit. 

The mission of the New Energy Summit is to increase the capacity of early-stage energy and climate researchers to accelerate transitions to equitable and sustainable energy systems and a healthy climate via interdisciplinary scholarship and collaboration. Each year, the Summit convenes an increasingly global cohort of scholars from a wide range of disciplines in an intimate setting for structured and unstructured creative exchange and peer-to-peer networking. This year’s agenda includes expanded opportunities to enhance critical skills for multi/interdisciplinary collaboration and scholarship such as communication and proposal and publication workshopping, as well as ample time to connect with senior faculty and practitioners for career advising, mentorship, and networking. Attendees join an expanding “New Energy Network” of Summit alumni for continued exchange of ideas and opportunities.

“The summit is a one-of-a-kind event and collaboration/incubator for energy-related projects across disciplines, and I find that to be very useful. This is particularly important as it shows the multidimensionality of the energy challenge but also allows us as researchers to embrace new ways of approaching the problem.”

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Interested advanced PhD students, postdocs, and assistant professors can apply to attend the Summit by filling out the New Energy Summit Application Form. The deadline to apply is March 15.