Slide title: RE-gaining our ENERGY Science and Engineering Edge (RE-ENERGYSE)
Slide words: RE-ENERGYSE is a joint program with the Department of Energy to educate young people for careers in clean-energy research.
FY 2011: $19 million
Slide images: Photo of two men installing solar panels. The men are with the Advanced Technology Environmental and Energy Center (ATEEC), which promotes and supports environmental and energy technology education (left).
Photo of wind turbines on a wind farm and an old-fashioned wind pump (right).
Image credit: Photo from ATE Centers Impact 2008-2010, http://www.atecenters.org (left); © University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (right)
Design by Adrian Apodaca, National Science Foundation