In November 2022, our team was selected to support the Carbon Management Collegiate Prize Competition. The goal of the Carbon Management Collegiate prize is to propose innovative and creative business models for transporting carbon dioxide across a regional network. To this end, collegiate students will be tasked with proposing a regional carbon transport network, defining its business model, and optimizing the transport network across several parameters and with consideration to regional stakeholders, challenges, and cost variability. Teams must be comprised of 3 or more undergraduate or graduate students and represent more than one major with a preference towards majors or specializations in business, supply chain, geosciences, engineering, GIS, land management, law, computer science, and/or public policy. Teams are eligible to win from a Prize Pool of $25,000.00.
Over the course of the competition, the NHSSF Team will collaborate with other Power Connectors to provide information, support, and other information to support teams to compete. The NHSSF Team will collaborate with another Power Connector to deliver informational webinars to students on January 25th at 7pm and February 2nd at 7pm, EST. As Power Connectors, the NHSSF Team is focusing its outreach on minority-serving institutions, and the HBCU community of faculty and students, to encourage, identify, and develop students to participate in the competition. The NHSSF Team wants to adequately engage HBCU students to increase participation in the competition. As a result, we have scheduled two additional information sessions as described below, with the goal of increasing awareness and ultimately participation in the competition.
- Faculty Focus Information Session – January 12th@ 4pm
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Meeting ID: 822 3258 7042
- Student Focus Information Session – January 19th@ 5pm
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Meeting ID: 870 0462 4048
During the Information Session, the NHSSF Power Connector Team will give an overview of the competition, who can apply, what to submit, and how entries will be judged. The discussion will also include a path to developing student teams from a particular institution, from multiple HBCUs, and non-HBCU campuses.
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