Thursday, Feb. 2
2:30-5 p.m.
ASU Tempe campus, Memorial Union, Ventana A and B

ASU LightWorks and the new ASU Energy Club, an official student organization, bring the Arizona Town Hall to ASU for an interactive discussion among panelists and student attendees about Arizona’s Energy Future. This conversation will help move forward the recommendations from the 99th Arizona Town Hall. Students from all disciplines are encouraged to attend. This is a unique opportunity for students to learn more about energy, engage with their peers across various disciplines, and to help shape Arizona’s energy future. This is a free event.

Gary Dirks, director, ASU LightWorks will welcome attendees, followed by a panel discussion with:
Leisa Brug, director, Governor’s Office of Energy Policy
Clark Miller, professor and associate director of the Consortium for Science, Policy & Outcomes
Jennifer Fuller, Ph.D. student, environmental social sciences

For more information and to RSVP, visit http://asulightworks.com/resources/events/asu-energy-club-hosts-az-town-hall-program-arizonas-energy-future

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