Introduction to Renewable Energy
FCH 496 / Section 6 (2 credits)
Monday, July 19 - Thursday, July 22
8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
141 Baker Laboratory, ESF Campus
Program fee: $175 due upon registration
Students will take part in an intense credit-bearing 4-day workshop. This 2-credit course is designed to promote the understanding and use of alternative energy technologies as they pertain to both the classroom and outside world. The course will involved lectures from ESF faculty and staff involved in alternative energy resesarch, a laboratory portion for hands-on curriculum development, and ESF facility tours. Students will gain information regarding many of the proposed alternative energy technologies including solar, wind, biofuels, and others. Fundamental discussions of the operations of each of these devices at the atomic level are included at these research lectures, encompassing many scientific areas including chemistry, physics, and agriculture.