Hazel and Klinetob-Lowe Present at National Energy Education Summit

Two presenters on either side of a screen displaying content from their presentation about participatory learning.

Chris Hazel (EEHR) and Sarah Klinetob Lowe (PHRC) presented a paper entitled “Participatory Learning Through the Race to Zero Competition at the National Council for Science and the Environment’s third National Energy Education Summit on January 25, 2018 in Washington D.C.

The Hamer Center has been proud to support the Penn State U.S. Department of Energy Race to Zero competition teams since the competition’s inaugural offering. The participatory learning strategies that are being continually developed with each new team were presented by Sarah Klinetob Lowe, Housing Systems Specialist with the Pennsylvania Housing Research Center of Penn State Civil and Environmental Engineering and Chris Hazel, Research Technician of the Hamer Center for Community Design and leader of the Energy Efficient Housing Research Group (both alumni of the Penn State department of architecture).

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