The Energy and Resources Group trains interdisciplinary leaders and thinkers that are defining and solving the systemic, inextricably linked, social, environmental, and technological challenges facing the globe. ERG has built an unparalleled reputation for rigor and relevance through its unique interdisciplinary model. While ERG alumni share a common skillset in practical problem solving, their areas of substantive expertise and their employment interests are amazingly diverse.


Neil Ziemba


Management of a Contaminated Groundwater Basin in California’s San Gabriel Valley (’88 M.S.)

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Victoria Ziemba


Water Management: A Complete Guide for Households (’88 M.S.)

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Scott Zimmermann


Sustainable Biofuels: Designing Indirect Land Use Change Regulations that are Compatible with International Trade Law (MS ’08)

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Beth Zotter


Shifting Agricultural Subsidies to Promote Biomass Utilization (’04 MS)

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