ThinkEnergy Fellows 2019-2020

ThinkEnergy is an innovative, student-centric program focused on experiential learning. The program aims to enhance energy literacy among the next generation of executives, educators, politicians, and technology experts. We believe the skills our students develop through this program will help them become leaders in whatever fields they choose to pursue

ThinkEnergy connects students with faculty, companies, and investors. It often gives students an opportunity to operate outside of their comfort zones, developing competencies that are dissimilar to what they learn in their courses. Past students have built solar installations, launched startups, published policy reports, led research projects, sold clean energy credits, repaired wind turbines, attended DOE conferences, and completed a variety of energy-related internships.


Great Lakes ThinkEnergy 2019-2020 Fellows

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    Ran Wei

    Majors, Electrical Engineering, Computer Science

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    Bridget Powers Beggs

    Major, Materials Science and Engineering with a concentration in Electronic Materials and Minor, Social Justice

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    Benjamin Chapman

    Major, Chemical Engineering and Minors, Data Science, Computer Science

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    Emmett Donnelley-Power

    Majors, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering and Minors, Physics, Economics

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    Shreyas Kamath

    BS/MS Majors, Engineering Physics, Systems & Control Engineering

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    Akash Menon

    MBA candidate, The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University

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    Dahbin Park

    Majors, Polymer Science and Engineering, Environmental Studies

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    Aparna Paul

    Major, Chemical Engineering and Minor, English

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    Italo Silva

    Major, Macromolecular Science and Engineering

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    Rohan Sinha

    Majors, Electrical Engineering, Economics 

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    Julia Ver Voort

    Majors, Economics, International Studies and Minor, Chemistry