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Five CNR Students Join Cal Energy Corps

September 29, 2011

CNR students presented posters at the Cal Energy Corps Symposium, held at the Alumni House Sept. 22. Left to right: Miles Ten Brinke, Max Schubert, Ted Kim, Farah Ereiqat, Xiao Su. (Photo: Susan Kishi)

Five College of Natural Resources students completed a 10-week research internship over the summer and presented their work at a symposium at the Alumni House last week as part of the inaugural Cal Energy Corps cohort.

The Cal Energy Corps is an undergraduate internship program launched in February of this year to engage UC Berkeley's brightest students in the design, development, and delivery of sustainable energy and climate solutions around the world.

Learn more about the research projects of the 2011 Cal Energy Corps cohort.

Read the UC Berkeley News Center story on the Cal Energy Corps.


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