“There are many standout professionals in the upper Midwest as we see year after year,” said Prairie Business Editor Andrew Weeks. “This award is a chance to recognize some of the very best."
This year's Energy Hawks expand to include students from across the state and will operate fully remotely through the summer.
Imposter Syndrome. Tightrope Walk. Isolation. These reoccurring themes follow women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. So what keeps women going?
Tyler Niederwerder is a Contracts Officer, specializing in Intellectual Property. He holds a J.D. degree from the UND School of Law. Welcome, Tyler!
Yang Yu joins the EERC as a Research Scientist, conducting laboratory analyses and interpreting data to support research activities. Welcome, Yang!
Five EERC employees are awarded annually for their efforts in our five core values: to be safe, ethical, engaged, effective, and professional.
The EERC employs around 175 full time people, 60% of whom have degrees in a STEM field and hold STEM positions. Of those degree-holders at the EERC, 17% are female.
Meghan Taunton is a Research Engineer working with a diverse team to address challenges related to oil and gas development and geologic CO2 storage. Welcome, Meghan!
Arash Abarghani joins the EERC as a Research Scientist conducting laboratory analyses and interpreting data to support research activities. Welcome, Arash!
Zahra Finnigan is a Geoscientist working with a diverse team to assess project uncertainties in oil and gas development and geologic CO2 storage. Welcome, Zahra!