U.S C3E NETWORKING RECEPTION & DINNER· NOVEMBER 13, 2019 · 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

2019 u.s C3E SYMPOSIUM· NOVEMBER 14, 2019 · 8:30 AM· 6:30 PM


ACHIEVING A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE TOGETHER

The 8th Annual U.S. Clean Energy Education and Empowerment (C3E) Women in Clean Energy Symposium and Awards, an invitation-only event hosted by the Texas A&M Energy Institute, will recognize eight outstanding women who are advancing and implementing clean and innovative energy solutions that are transforming our energy infrastructure and reducing emissions. At the event, we also recognize a Lifetime Achievement Award winner whose accomplishments serve as an inspiration.

The 2019 U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium will bring together a diverse group of women who are taking on this challenge, fostering connections, innovation, creativity, and knowledge—sharing in a spirit of inclusivity and empowerment. Through the examples of C3E Ambassadors who are excelling in their clean energy careers, along with C3E Award Winners who are blazing new trails, the event will be a day of inspiration and excitement for women at all professional stages.

The U.S. C3E Initiative is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Department of Energy, Texas A&M Energy Institute, MIT Energy Initiative, and Stanford Energy.

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 Logistics

ACCOMMODATIONS

A special rate and a block of rooms have been reserved at the Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center, please use this link.

Transportation

There are three primary ways of reaching College Station by air:

  1. College Station
    College Station’s Easterwood Airport (CLL) is serviced approximately four times daily each by United Airlines (United Express) through Houston (IAH) and American Airlines (American Express) through Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW).

  2. Houston
    Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) or William P. Hobby Airport (HOU) are each approximately 110 miles from College Station. Depending on the time of day and traffic, this will be approximately a two-hour drive. There are four primary ways of reaching College Station from Houston by ground transportation:

    • Car Rental: Houston’s airports offer a variety of car rental options (Cost: around $100).

    • Shuttle Bus: A very comfortable and convenient shuttle service, Ground Shuttle, provides daily routes from IAH and HOU to College Station (Cost: around $40 one way).

    • Executive Car Service: Momentum Services offers executive car service (Cost: around $200 one way).

    • Ridesharing: Uber/Lyft can be used for transportation from Houston to College Station (Cost: $120-$175 one way)

  3. Austin
    The Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS) is approximately 100 miles from College Station. Depending on the time of day and traffic, this will be approximately a two-hour drive. There are four primary ways of reaching College Station from Austin by ground transportation:

    • Car Rental: Austin’s airport offers a variety of car rental options (Cost: around $100).

    • Shuttle Bus: A very comfortable and convenient shuttle service, Ground Shuttle, provides daily routes from AUS to College Station (Cost: around $50 one way).

    • Executive Car Service: Momentum Services offers executive car service (Cost: around $250 one way).

    • Ridesharing: Uber/Lyft can be used for transportation from Austin to College Station (Cost: $150-$200 one way)

 Poster Competition

The U.S. C3E Poster Competition is an opportunity for students and early-career researchers to participate in a poster competition at the 8th Annual U.S. C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium at Texas A&M University. The poster competition exposes symposium attendees to cutting-edge research in a variety of clean energy fields. A poster committee with wide-ranging expertise will select the most compelling poster submissions for presentation at the Symposium with an eye toward diversity of institution, topic, and discipline.

Deadline to apply: September 1, 2019

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