Students and Faculty Attend Third Annual Lugar Collegiate Energy Summit

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Indianapolis Museum of Art hosted the summit on September 16, 2011.
Students and faculty from Marian University attended the third annual Lugar Collegiate Energy Summit on September 16, 2011, at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.   The summit brings together students interested in energy issues with the goal of encouraging them in their current and future work. The summit includes workshops on club development, outreach to businesses, and public policy as well as a designated time for students to network with businesses and organizations. Marian University representatives were (l to r in the photo): Matt Hostetler (chemistry), Matt Duncan (political science), Tom Sublett (chemistry), Senator Richard Lugar, Mike Byers (political science), Amy Bueno (chemistry), and Dr. Carl Lecher (associate professor of chemistry). They talked energy policy, sustainability, and science literacy with Senator Richard Lugar while at the summit.

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