Sustainable Energy Curriculum
ISES has a strong focus on University and K-12 education in wind energy and related topics. This education takes place in formal courses on campus and in K-12 classrooms, through guest lectures at other classes and in the community, and at special events across the region and conferences nationwide.
NAU has several degree programs that include a focus on sustainable energy solutions. These include the Master of Science in Engineering, the Master of Science in Environmental Sciences & Policy, the Professional Master in Climate Science and Solutions, and the Ph.D in Sustainability.
Through programs such as Wind for Schools and in several departments across campus, NAU has developed wind and other energy curriculum that is publicly available and in use by K-12 and higher education institutions state- and nation-wide.
part of a grant from the United States Department of Energy, NAU
Electrical Engineering Professor Dr. Allison Kipple and Mechanical
Engineering Professor Dr. Tom Acker developed laboratory activities
that guide undergraduate engineering students through an advanced
simulation of a residential wind generator.