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Explore Energy is an effort of the Precourt Institute for Energy, which is part of the Doerr School of Sustainability.

How to Apply to Live in Explore Energy House

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1.  If you are a returning undergraduate, you have the opportunity to apply for a leadership role as a Resident Assistant in January or participate in housing Pre-Assignment in March. You can find the expectations for pre-assignment here.

2. Incoming freshmen can rank Explore Energy House as their #1 choice in the Approaching Stanford form.

Interested in taking part in Explore Energy House activities even if you live elsewhere on campus? Join the Explore Energy Seminar (ENERGY 108/208, CEE 108/208)!

The Explore Energy seminar series is a weekly 1 unit course, offered each quarter, featuring a wide range of current topics that affect the pace of energy transitions at multiple scales and in multiple sectors. It also includes cross-house exchanges with residents in other Stanford theme houses that have intersections with energy, catalyzing new connections with common interests. Each quarter includes some sessions that feature Stanford itself as a living laboratory for energy transitions that can be catalyzed by technology, policy, and social systems. Stanford alumni with a range of disciplinary backgrounds are among the presenters each quarter, supporting exploration of both educational and career development paths. Repeatable 3 times (up to 3 units total). Instructors: Hummel, H. (PI) Swisher, J. (PI)