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“International cooperation and collaboration will accelerate progress in meeting the challenges associated with energy needs, assuring clean water and air, and addressing the global consequences from the accumulation of greenhouse gases.”

— chancellor mark s. wrighton

1st International Symposium on Energy and Environment

Washington University in St. Louis - Danforth CAmpus. Attendance: 175 Washington University in St. Louis - Danforth CAmpus. Attendance: 175
21 Partner Universities
51 Representatives of university partners
  • MAGEEP
    Founded

    McDonnell Academy Global Energy & Environment Partnership (MAGEEP)

  • I-CARES
    Founded

    International Center for Advanced Renewable Energy and Sustainability (I-CARES)

2nd International Symposium on Energy and Environment

Hong Kong - Attendance: 225 Hong Kong - Attendance: 225
25 Partner Universities
115 Representatives of university partners
  • CCCU
    Founded

    Consortium for Clean Coal Utilization (CCCU)

  • MAGEEP
    Funded

    14 MAGEEP funded collaborative projects

3rd International Symposium on Global Energy Future

Washington University in St. Louis - Danforth Cpuas. Attendance: 225 Washington University in St. Louis - Danforth Cpuas. Attendance: 225
26 Partner Universities
66 Representatives of university partners
  • Danforth Campus
    Dedication

    Dedication of Stephen F. and Camilla T. Brauer Hall — Danforth Campus

  • MAGEEP
    Funded

    11 MAGEEP funded collaborative projects

  • Global Energy Future
    Released

    Global Energy Future Study Report released

  • CCCU
    Funded

    8 CCCU funded collaborative projects

4th international symposium on energy and environment: abundant clean cost-effective energy systems for sustainability (access)

Mumbai, India. Attendance: 300 Mumbai, India. Attendance: 300
28 Partner Universities
205 Representatives of university partners

Jointly hosted with Academy partners Tata Institute of Social Science and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

5th international symposium on the role of research universities in addressing global challenges

St. Louis, Missouri. Attendance: 400 St. Louis, Missouri. Attendance: 400
28 Partner Universities
84 Representatives of university partners
  • Increased

    Crossnational collaborative connections

  • funded

    10 Friedman Center for Aging collaborations

  • re-established

    Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies Program

  • active

    MAGEEP Education Network

  • active

    Solar Energy Research Institute for India and U.S. (SERIIUS) — Linking to a MAGEEP Visiting Scholar Program

  • launched

    Solar Energy and Energy Storage (SEES) Initiative and World Access To The Sun (WATTS) Program

  • launched

    CCCU Phase II and U.S.–China Clean Energy Center

  • established

    Center for Aerosol Science and Engineering (CASE)

  • established

    New collaborations with faculty from University of Melbourne addressing life course epidemiology and cancer risks in men and women