students

Student Involvement

We can reach innovative solutions when we work together.

We have a wonderful and talented team at the Energy & Engineering who enjoy working with students. Many of our energy projects offer internship and volunteering opportunities for students from various backgrounds who are looking for hands-on experience in the energy engineering field.

Our current students are in teams of communications, data analytics, engineering, web development, and more. Use the links below to navigate to our different student teams.

Our Communications Interns

Our Data Interns

Our Energy Engineering Interns

Our Green Buildings Interns

Our Communications Interns

Our communications interns learn about energy efficiency programs on campus, then find innovative and creative ways to promote these projects and teach students about energy efficiency. This student team is responsible for our office's social media accounts, promotional campaigns, and our Energy Conservation Tours in the Fall and Spring Quarters. 

Current Students

 

Our Data Interns

Current Students
  • Ryan Yang | Economics & Statistics
  • Saman Salahuddin | Environmental Policy Analysis & Planning
  • Ally Li | Environmental Science & Management
  • Kevin Chen | Economics & Applied Statistics 

 

Our Engineering Interns

Our student web development team contributes new features to our Campus Energy Education Dashboard and TherMOOstat. The students also work on grant projects such as the Joules on Tour project, funded through a Carbon Neutrality Initiative grant from UCOP, to bring TherMOOstat to other UC campuses. These students expand their full-stack development skills by working on projects that are 100% custom-built for UC Davis.  

Current Students

 

Our Green Buildings Interns

The Green Buildings Team promotes sustainable operations on the UC Davis campus through the pursuit of green building certifications. We work with building occupants and campus partners to collect building information for certification efforts. We focus on occupant comfort, building and grounds maintenance, campus policies, energy and water usage, and purchasing.

Current Students