Students describe the EER experience:

Degree pursued, advisor, and areas of interest: M.A., Energy and Earth Resources
Other degrees:  B.S. Chemical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin
Title of thesis: A Survey of Residential Adopters of Solar Photovoltaic Systems in the United States
Degree pursued, advisor, and areas of interest: Dual Masters in Energy and Earth Resources / Public Affairs. My thesis advisor is Dr Varun Rai. I am interested in renewable energy policy and economic modeling.
Other degrees: Physics, BA, Grinnell College 2006
Title of thesis: Financial Modeling of Consumer Discount Rate in Residential Solar Photovoltaic Purchasing Decisions
Degree pursued, advisor, and areas of interest: M.A., Energy and Earth Resources, Dr. Lesli Wood and Dr. Chip Groat, Petroleum Geology, Geomorphology
Other degrees: B.S.C. Geology and Business Administration, Washington and Lee University
Title of thesis: (if known or general area of interest)  Low Net to Gross Reservoir Potential
Degree pursued, advisor, and areas of interest: M.A., Energy and Earth Resources / M.PAff, Master of Public Affairs Dr. Suzanne Pierce
Energy policy, geothermal energy, negotiation and conflict resolution
Other degrees: B.A., History & Literature of Latin America and North America Harvard University
Title of thesis:  Applying econometrics to define dialogue/negotiation terms for energy projects: Valuing geothermalenergy development in the II region of Chile