Jim Williams has been promoted to Full Professor

USFCA's ESM program is proud to announce that Dr. James ("Jim") H. Williams has received tenure and has been promoted to full Professor. He joined the MS in Energy Systems Management program in 2017, our inaugural year of instruction. As a founding faculty member in the program, Jim has been critical in establishing our program's …

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FULBRIGHT PROGRAM

The Fulbright Program is the flagship international academic exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government. Since its inception in 1946, over 400,000 Fulbrighters from the United States and 165 countries have studied, taught, and conducted research in each other's countries while promoting international understanding and collaboration as participants and alumni.  During their grants, Fulbrighters meet, …

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Join the Energy Systems Management Program at USF

The MS in Energy Systems Management (ESM) program, designed by industry experts and academics, provides comprehensive instruction on energy system dynamics, advanced technologies, business strategy, energy finance, energy law, and public policy. Courses are taught by professors in STEM fields alongside those in USF’s MBA and JD programs. The program’s Industry Advisory Board of local professionals provides networking and mentorship …

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Energy systems are rapidly transforming. As a result, jobs in the renewable energy sector are among the fastest growing in the U.S. The Master’s in Energy Systems Management equips students for positions in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors promoting a sustainable, low carbon future with alternatives like solar and wind power.We invite you to …

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Carbon-Neutral Pathways for the United States

Carbon-Neutral Pathways for the United States was held on 10th February 2021. The event was held with respect to the groundbreaking study by our own faculty Dr. Jim Williams, who was the lead author and Ryan Jones, of Evolved Energy Research, where they discussed about their findings on decarbonizing the US energy system. The recording …

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Climate Startups: Innovations for the Energy Transition

Climate Startups: Innovations for the Energy Transition was held on October 21st 2020. The panelists for the session included Katie Ryan, from WattTime, Daniel Schwab, from Brightmerge, and Matt Campbell, from Terabase. Read more about the panelists: Katie Ryan - Deputy Director, WattTimeKatie is a Deputy Director at WattTime.org - a nonprofit software tech-based startup dedicated to …

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Building Decarbonization: Accelerating the Energy Transition in California

Building Decarbonization: Accelerating the Energy Transition in California was held on September 25th 2020. The panelists included Ben Clarin (Electric Power Research Institute - EPRI), Brian Barnacle (Building Decarbonization Coalition) and Brady Seals (Rocky Mountain Institute - RMI). The event was moderated by Mary Biswal - Energy Systems Management Class of 2020. The recording of …

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Promoting Microgrid Development in California: State of the Policy

"Promoting Microgrid Development in California: State of the Policy" was held on on July 14 at 12:00pm PDT. The webinar was hosted by Rehana Aziz, MS in Energy Systems Management second year student and Fulbright Scholar. Our webinar panelists included: Paul De Martini | Managing Partner, Newport Consulting Peter Asmus | Research Director, Guidehouse Insights …

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