For Students & Emerging Scholars

Energy & Climate Club
A weekly talk series to foster a community of UChicago undergraduate students interested in learning more about climate and energy.
Climate and Energy Lunch & Learn
A weekly series open to University of Chicago students and research assistants from any department or school and at any level of their career.
EPIC Career Series
A monthly series where UChicago students can learn from alumni about what it's like to work in energy, the environment and climate change.
Work in Energy
Looking for a job or internship? Here’s a collection of openings from inside and outside the University of Chicago.
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Summer Internship Stipend Program
EPIC invites UChicago students who have secured an unpaid, external summer internship related to topics in energy, the environment and/or climate change to apply for a stipend.
Alumni Community
The EPIC alumni community provides those working in careers focused on energy, environment and climate change issues with the opportunity to network with peers and become mentors to UChicago students.
COP Student Delegation
EPIC strives to build future leaders in energy and climate change. That’s why EPIC is proud to partner with UChicago Career Advancement to send delegations of students to annual international climate conferences.
Programs & Concentrations
While EPIC is not a degree-granting institution, there are several programs or concentrations in energy/environment for undergraduate, graduate and PhD students offered by the University of Chicago.
Energy, Environment, and Climate Courses
EPIC highlights a wide range of energy-related courses offered by the University of Chicago.

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