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Doctoral Student Named Executive Director of the White House National Science and Technology Council

.In February 2009, doctoral student Christyl C. Johnson was named Executive Director of the National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) in the Executive Office of the President...

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E&EM Plays Key Role in the Greenhouse Gas Conference

.E&EM Lead Professor Jonathan Deason served as the chairman of two plenary sessions at a greenhouse gas conference sponsored by the GW School of Law and other organizations on April 15, 2009...

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E&EM Students and Faculty Highlight Solar Energy Symposium

.E&EM doctoral students Ariel Castillo and Steve Burns, along with Professor Jonathan Deason, served as luncheon speakers at the April 24, 2009 symposium on “Solar Energy: A Solution to Energy and Environmental Problems?”...

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Power Shift Representatives and EEM Students Discuss Climate Change

.During the spring 2009 semester, Greenpeace members Lauren Gwynn (University of Richmond) and Elizabeth Donahue (University of Central Florida) met with EEM students to discuss “Power Shift,” a grass root initiative addressing climate and clean energy policy...

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Three Doctoral Students Successfully Defend Dissertations during the Spring 2009 Semester

.On February 27, 2009, Vorapong Manowan defended his dissertation research project entitled “Awareness and Management of Hospital Waste in Developing Countries: A Case Study in Thailand.”...

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GW Climate Change Conference is a Big Success

.A number of EEM faculty and students participated in the third annual Climate Action Conference conducted at The George Washington University on April 22-23, 2009...

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Sponsored Research Projects Get High Marks by Solar Institute

.Research projects being financially supported by the Institute for the Analysis of Solar Energy, being undertaken by E&EM doctoral students Steve Burns and Ariel Castillo, won strong praise during two quarterly reviews conducted during the Spring 2009 semester...

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Professor Deason Briefs Senior Chinese Delegation on Sustainable Development and Environmental Protection

.At the invitation of the U.S. Department of State, E&EM Lead Professor spent the morning of June 23, 2009.briefing a delegation of senior officials from the People’s Republic of China on sustainable development and environmental protection...

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World Renowned Expert to Teach Climate Change Course

.The E&EM program is introducing a new course in the fall 2009 semester on Climate Change: Policy, Impacts and Response. Taught by internationally recognized climate change expert Dr. Rachael Jonassen...

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GW Becomes First university in D.C. to Complete Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory

.On April 22, 2009 GW announced the results of it s University-wide greenhouse gas emissions inventory...

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E&EM Students and Recent Graduates Assume Exciting New Professional Positions

.The professional careers of a number of E&EM graduate students and recent E&EM graduates advanced markedly during the spring and summer 2009 semesters...

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