Energy University Forum #2: Energy Education

Penn State faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate in a series of forums that are focused on energy. The second forum, Energy University: Energy Education, is on Friday, March. 5 from 9–10:30 a.m.


  • 5 min – Welcome, format, and objectives (Tom Richard) 
  • 30 min – Panelist introductions and single-slide energy education summary 
  • 25 min – Panel Q&A led by Bruce Logan/Tom Richard 
  • 30 min – Community Comment, Q&A moderated by Tom Richard/Bruce Logan 

College Survey on Energy Education

Energy University Panelists' Slides

Forum Q&A


  • Derek Hall, program lead of the Energy Engineering Program and assistant professor in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
  • Joseph Ranalli, engineering program coordinator and associate professor of engineering at Penn State Hazleton
  • Mark Sentesy, assistant professor of philosophy and classics and ancient Mediterranean studies in the College of the Liberal Arts
  • Susan Stewart, director of the Pennsylvania Wind for Schools Program and associate teaching professor in the College of Engineering
  • Mary Beth Williams, senior associate dean for instruction and curricula and professor of chemistry in the Eberly College of Science
  • Hannah Wiseman, professor of law at Penn State Law and professor and Wilson Faculty Fellow in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Registration