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The geographic range of ERGies is worldwide, and they occupy a remarkably high number of niches. They can be found on every continent except Antarctica, across a large elevational range, and in habitats ranging from dense urban areas to the countryside.
The faculty of ERG currently consists of seven core professors of Energy and Resources (David Anthoff, Duncan Callaway, John Harte, Dan Kammen, Lara Kueppers, Catherine Koshland, and Isha Ray), one adjunct professor (Margaret Torn), and more than one hundred affiliated faculty members holding appointments in a wide range of departments across the Berkeley campus. ERG’s […]
Energy and Resources Group is an interdisciplinary program that attracts students with many different interests and backgrounds. Our Masters and PhD students find job positions in a variety of industries following graduation from ERG.
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ERG Office 310 Barrows Hall Main Phone: 510-642-1640 Fax: 510-642-1085 email@example.com ERG Chair Prof. Harrison Fraker firstname.lastname@example.org Head Graduate Adviser & Equity Adviser Prof. Isha Ray email@example.com Faculty Adviser for GSI Affairs & Head Minor Adviser Prof. John Harte firstname.lastname@example.org Group Manager Megan Amaral email@example.com 510-642-1760 Graduate Student Affairs […]
ERG’s sixty plus graduate students are geographically and ethnically diverse. About half are in the masters-degree program and half in the PhD program. The students come from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds in engineering, natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities; the characteristics they have in common are an ability to cross disciplinary boundaries, […]