Diversity in Clean Energy (DICE)

Diversity in Clean Energy (DICE) is a student-led organization focused on diversity and equal opportunity in clean tech. DICE facilitates connections between students and professionals in cleantech by holding EnergyHour meetings with industry speakers once a month and by hosting career talks over coffee with Clean Energy Institute seminar speakers.

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 Officers

Faculty Advisor

Prof. Christine Luscombe (luscombe@uw.edu)

Upcoming Events

  • 4/3 – Career Coffee with Andrea Pratt – City of Seattle. MolES 115, 10:00 – 11:00 AM.
  • 4/9 – EnergyHour with Danielle Hull – Boeing. MolES 115, 12:00 – 1:00 PM.
  • 4/18 – Career Coffee with Ted Miller. MolES 115, 10:00 – 11:00 AM.
  • 4/25 – Career Coffee with Prof. Xavier Crispin – Linkoping University. NAN G068, 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
  • 5/2 – Career Coffee with Dr. Daniel P. Abraham – Argonne National Laboratory.
  • 5/8 – DICE/WCS Professional Development Spring Workshop – Negotiation Strategies with Renee Gastineau and Priya Sinha Coutier. CHB 102, 5:00 – 6:30 PM.
  • 5/14 – EnergyHour TBD. MoLES 115, 12:00 – 1:00 PM.
  • 5/15 – DICE/ECS Industry Panel. NAN 181, 4:00 – 6:00 PM. Reception NanoES Commons, 6:00 – 8:00 PM.
  • 5/16 – Career Coffee with Prof. Brian Corgel – UT Austin. MolES 115, 10:00 – 11:00 AM.

Past Events

  • DICE & WCS Professional Development Workshops
  • Professional Development Series (4 parts) with Jen Barnes (OneEnergy Renewables) and Dr. Malin Young (PNNL)
  • Student Panel from the Institute for Science and Math Education (ISME) 3-4
  • Introduce a Girl to Photonics
  • Strengthening STEM through Diversity
  • DICE Networking Night

Past Invited Speakers

    • Mikhaila Gonzales – SparkNorthwest
    • Carol Weis – Remote Energy
    • Tyler O’Farrell – Puget Sound Energy
    • Renee Gastineau, Becca Gillespie, & Kathryn Oseen-Senda – UniEnergy Technologies
    • Kristin Martinez, Jennifer Barnes, Gia Clark – OneEnergy Renewables
    • Alex Byrne- DNV GL
    • Jeanette Fiess – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
    • Morgan Mielenz & Nitin Manchanda – Energy Hippo
    • Chloe Fabien – Modern Electron
    • Sarah Fredrick, Senior Research Scientist – EnerG2
    • Dawn Lehman – UW Professor
    • Eve Riskin – Associate Dean of Diversity and Access in the College of Engineering
    • Dirk Weiss – First Solar
    • Renee Gastineau – CEI
    • Prof. Christine Luscombe – University of Washington
    • Dr. Jessica Koehne – NASA Ames Research Center
    • Melanie Roberts – Former AAAS Fellow
    • Prof. Kameshwar Poolla – UC Berkeley
    • Stephanie Celt and Sameer Ranade – BlueGreen Alliance
    • Prof. Tom Meyer – UNC
    • Prof. Dan Steingart – Princeton
    • Prof. Michael McGehee – Stanford
    • Kristine Parra – University of Washington
    • Prof. Donna Nelson – University of Oklahoma
    • Prof. Malika Jeffries-El – Boston University
    • Prof. Jean-Luc Bredas – Georgia Tech
    • Takayuki Homma – Waseda University
    • Prof. Lynn Loo, Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment
    • Prof. Ian Dobson – Iowa State University
    • Dr. Jennifer Garbi – ARPA-E
    • Prof. Elsa Reichmanis – Georgia Institute of Technology
    • Prof. Brian Johnson – University of Washington
    • Vanessa Miler-Fels –  Microsoft.
    • Sarah Vorpahl – WA Department of Commerce
    • Prof. Neal Armstrong – University of Arizona
    • Prof. Tobais Hanrath – Cornell
    • Dr. Molly Shor – Keiretsu Forum
    • Prof. Quyen Nguyen – UC Santa Barbara
    • Prof. Dragan Maksimovic – University of Colorado Boulder
    • Prof. Vijay Vittal – University of Arizona
    • Noel Bakhtian – INL