Timely Academics + Professional Networking: How We’re Shaping The Clean Energy Power Engineering Workforce
Caroline Kamm, a senior at the University of Central Florida (UCF), is pursuing not one but two Bachelor of Science degrees: one in electrical engineering and one in mechanical engineering. Kamm credits FEEDER and GEARED for offering a wide variety of power systems and renewable energy courses that are preparing her to take her rightful place in today’s power systems engineering workforce.
Mariesa Crow On Renewables, Smart Grid & Tomorrow’s Power Engineering Workforce
From IntelligentUtility Mariesa Crow, the F. Finley distinguished professor of electrical engineering with the Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, Missouri and MARMET program lead sits down with IntelligentUtility for its women-in-energy series and talks about challenges and opportunities in the power engineering industry. IU: What are some of the challenges faced with […]
EPRI GridEd: educating a readied power engineering workforce for the modern grid
This past spring, the EPRI GridEd Distributed Technology Training Consortia (DTTC) hosted a workshop to inform stakeholders about the DTTC’s activities and progress, and to discuss the strategic direction of GridEd. “The workshop gave us a chance to dig in and share ideas about GridEd’s educational initiative that’s training the next generation of power engineers who will […]