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Metal for Clean Energy

McGill Reporter features Professor Jeffery Bergthorson's research.

McGill University researchers are exploring a potentially important source of clean energy that has so far been largely overlooked: metal particles.

 

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Trottier Symposium on Sustainable Engineering, Energy and Design

Lessons from a Pandemic: Solutions for Addressing the Climate Change Crisis.

Free virtual event Sep 16, 2020

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TISED Sustainability Education Workshops (SEW) Initiative

The SEW Initiative provides funding to professors to develop teaching materials that can be integrated into sustainability courses 

 

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Course Registration 

Registration for 2020-2021 is open. Take a look at TISED's 500-level courses, open to graduate students and upper year undergrads.

THE TROTTIER INSTITUTE OF SUSTAINABILITY IN ENGINEERING AND DESIGN

TISED operates within the Faculty of Engineering at McGill University to promote bold and green ideas through education, outreach, and research. Our primary aim is to connect our institution with the public for a greater understanding of sustainability issues in our society. 

New Job Opportunities

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TISED is hiring teaching assistants for the Fall 2020 semester

Available SEAD Courses

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For-credit courses for upper-year undergraduate and graduate students.

Volunteer Opportunities

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TISED needs student volunteers to work with us. Apply today

McGill University is situated on the traditional territory of the Kanien’kehà:ka, a place which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange amongst nations. We recognize and respect the Kanien’kehà:ka as the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which we meet today.

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