Office & Mailing Address
Land and Water Research Building
University Park, PA 16802
IEE oversees four facilities on the Penn State University Park campus. Each facility hosts a variety of interdisciplinary energy and environmental research and education programs.
Land & Water Research Building
Built in 1972, the Land and Water Research Building is home to the Penn State's Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE), the Sustainability Institute, and Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access (PASDA). IEE's staff provides support for Penn State faculty and researchers working on projects related to energy and the environment. The building houses office space, as well as the Water Quality Laboratory and the Radiocarbon Laboratory.
Energy & the Environment Laboratory
Built in 1969, the Energy and the Environment Laboratory houses interdisciplinary laboratories focused primarily on energy and environmental research, such as the Battery and Energy Storage Technology Center, the Organics Lab, and the Deployable Energy and Environmental Sustainability Lab. The building also includes office space for researchers and scientists, and a classroom auditorium.
The Student Farm serves as a living laboratory for engagement in sustainable food and agriculture systems. The Sustainable Food Systems Program links classroom education with experiential learning, student-led research, and community outreach.