CEI launches graduate certificate in Clean Energy Science, Engineering, and Society

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Accelerating the adoption of a clean energy future requires scholars who have both deep disciplinary expertise and a worldview and skill set that are broader than is typically provided by traditional graduate degrees. To meet this need, the University of Washington’s Clean Energy Institute (UW CEI) is delighted to announce the establishment of the Graduate Certificate in Clean Energy Science, Engineering, and Society — open to all UW graduate students.

The Graduate Certificate in Clean Energy is designed to provide an interdisciplinary understanding of challenges and opportunities facing clean energy and its adoption in society, from crosscutting interdisciplinary discovery and innovation to technology transfer and public policy...Continue reading the story on CEI's website, January 23, 2024. David Ginger, CEI’s chief scientist and the B. Seymour Rabinovitch Endowed Chair in Chemistry, led the development of the certificate program and is quoted.