Observations: A Newsletter from the College of Science (Spring 2017)

Featuring Bridget Ayling and the National Geothermal Academy. Plans under way to revive the National Geothermal Academy in Reno, Nevada

The most recent issue of Observations: A Newsletter from the College of Science (Spring 2017) included a link to a story in Think Geoenergy about NBMG’s Bridget Ayling and plans to revive the National Geothermal Academy.

“In a recent interview piece published by the University of Nevada in Reno, the new Director for the Great Basin Center for Geothermal Energy highlighted her and the center’s projects at the moment. She particularly highlights plans for reviving the National Geothermal Academy, which operated on campus [of UNR] from 2011 to 2014 before going dormant for the last two years.”

Read article here:
http://www.thinkgeoenergy.com/plans-under-way-to-revive-the-national-geothermal-academy-in-reno-nevada/

Nevada Today article, by Michael Olinger, 1/3/2017:
http://www.unr.edu/nevada-today/news/2017/bridgetaylinggbcge

The 2017 National Geothermal Academy will run from 19-30th June, 2017 at the University of Nevada, Reno.

Two engineering-focused modules are being offered: Geothermal Drilling Engineering, and Geothermal Reservoir Engineering. Applications for the 2017 National Geothermal Academy are invited from outstanding undergraduate and graduate students, and professionals. For fee information, course outlines, application forms, and application deadlines for the NGA, please visit:
http://www.gbcge.org/education-NGA.php or email geothermal@unr.edu for more information.

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