Community Impacts of Energy Development

2016-2017 WEBINAR SERIES

Energy Impacts’ 2016-2017 academic year Webinar Series: Community Impacts of Energy Development was presented in partnership with the North Central Regional Center for Rural Development. The webinar series focused on synthesizing, coordinating, and learning across social science disciplines that study the community impacts of energy development. A diversity of national experts from political science, public health, geography, sociology, and economics will contribute to the webinar series as webinar hosts and speakers.

Past Webinars

New Voices in Energy Impacts Research: Graduate Research Highlights

February 16, 2017

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Synergies and Innovations in Coordinating Energy Impacts Research: The Case of Renewables

December 15, 2016

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Synergies and Innovations in Coordinating Energy Impacts Research: The Case of Shale Development Impacts

November 10, 2016

Jeffrey B. Jacquet, Ph.D., Ohio State University

Julia H. Haggerty, Ph.D., Montana State University

Jeremy Weber, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh

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Fostering Cross-Disciplinary Research on Energy Development

December 10, 2015

Jeffrey B. Jacquet, Ph.D., Ohio State University

Julia H. Haggerty, Ph.D., Montana State University

Anne Junod, M.S., Ohio State University

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Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network 

In partnership with:

Energy Impacts Research Coordination Network

 

The Ohio State University

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This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1528422. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.