Smithsonian Summer Camp
This year, #Smithsonian #SummerCamp is including a Go Green camp for kids in grades 5-7, with special focus on the Solar Decathlon! Kids will learn about clean energy careers, and visit the Solar Village and meet the student teams in the #SolarDecathlonBuild Challenge! Register your child now! 🌞🌳🌎🏕️ @SmithsonianTSA @SmithsonianFolk@SmithsonianTSA @SmithsonianFolk
#SDLivingTheDream as a research engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
“Before the Solar Decathlon, I had never considered working in the field of building efficiency,” says Bennett Doherty, who competed in 2018 with the Middlebury College team. “The Solar Decathlon introduced me to this field in an exciting and captivating manner and opened my eyes to the built environment’s significant role in reducing our carbon consumption.” Now, Bennett is #SDLivingTheDream as a research engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory; read more in our latest blog…
National Solar Conference, SOLAR 20/20
Join Solar Decathlon Affiliate ASES at their 49th Annual National Solar Conference, SOLAR 20/20: Renewable Energy Vision, June 23-26, 2020 at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. The conference is happening in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Energy’s #SolarDecathlonBuild Challenge and will feature a Solar Decathlete student panel! Register today and learn more at ases.org/conference.
Dylan Weber Callahan, who participated in the 2017 #SolarDecathlonBuild Challenge with WashU-St. Louis, has made great use of that experience in his current design role in the New York office of HOK: “Participating in the Solar Decathlon has given me a better understanding about the importance of collaboration on any given project.” Read about Dylan on our blog, the first in a series to highlight SD alumni and how the competition has helped shape their careers. We call it #SDLivingTheDream!
Future-Proofing Your Career
Solar Decathlon Director Holly Carr guest-blogs at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture's (ACSA) StudyArchitecture.com on "future-proofing your career".
Winners - Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Congrats to a past grand prize winner of the Design Challenge, Prairie View A&M University, for placing in The American Institute of Architects' 2019 COTE Top Ten for Students Competition! #aianational #pvamu
Congrats to the top finishers in Solar Decathlon Latin America and Caribbean: 1. Minga; 2. PEI; 3. Tuhouse. ...... Team Minga created compelling and heartfelt communications materials illustrating disaster resistance, recovery, and collaboration like this video.
The results of the Solar Decathlon Latin America & Caribbean communications contest: First place, TuHouse; second place, Minga; third place, PEI. Here, left to right, it's the comms, marketing and social awareness jurors, Amy Colorado, Cristina Cardona, and Stacy Hunt, along with jury coordinator Andrés Errazo Paz.
Team members introduce their disaster-resilience home solution
Team Chameleon integrates performance and video into their introductory presentation at Solar Decathlon Latin America & Caribbean. Student team actors lament the loss of their home and school in storms, then other team members introduce their disaster-resilience home solution. #sdlac2019