Lee attends prestigious Berkeley Summer School
In August, Mineral and Energy Economics PhD student Sul-Ki Lee had the prestigious honor of attending the 2016 Berkeley Summer School in Environmental and Energy Economics at the University of California Berkeley. The school is funded by the Sloan Foundation. The goal of the summer school is to provide doctoral students nationwide, who have completed the core first year microeconomics and econometrics requirement, with an overview of the most important and current topics in various areas of the fields of environmental and energy economics. Previous incarnations of this summer school have helped first year students identify promising dissertation projects. The program included instructors from Harvard University, Northwestern University, MIT, Arizona State, and University of California Berkeley, whose expertise covers a range of important topics.
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