South Africa’s third nuclear energy management school opens in Africa

“Both academic institutions and the nuclear industry have a role to play in ensuring that our education system produces qualified and experienced nuclear workers,” said Lerato McGaa, Senior Advisor, Nuclear Stakeholder Management at ESKOM Holdings in his opening remarks. (Photo: DMRE) This year’s school in South Africa benefited from the support, coordination and input of … Read more

Human resource development SEIA

SEIA is working to create and facilitate programs, tools, resources and networks that benefit our member companies, affiliates and solar industry employees. Building a strong workforce is only possible through the active participation of solar companies willing to work with community organizations, training providers, educational institutions and other workforce organizations. Source: SEIA 30 in 30 … Read more

Early career energy and community researchers brought ‘new energy’ to the Dartmouth campus

What happens when you bring together some of the brightest, most accomplished, solutions-oriented interdisciplinary energy and community researchers and scholars on the Dartmouth campus in a new, highly efficient, and collaborative building? The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society is betting that it will generate a lot of new energy! From June 26 … Read more

Small actions make great leaders

Julie, an organic chemist, was doing drug research in a lab. Her boss, Gordon, was a highly respected scientist, but he had a temper. One day she walks into Gordon’s office to ask for his opinion on a research paper they were writing together. The paper represents months of painstaking research. Gordon tells her it’s … Read more