The Clinic conducts various skills-focused and topical seminars on the Tufts main campus.
Fall 2017 Seminar Series
In lieu of seminars that are yet to be determined, we invite those interested to join our bi-weekly graduate course on environment and community equity (see below), where we will be featuring various guest speakers, including economists and other technical practitioners directly involved in current energy issues.
Weekly RA Trainings
We hold weekly training sessions with our RA staff, on Fridays from 10 to 11am. To inquire about attending, please write to email@example.com.
Graduate Courses in Tufts' Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning Department
Applied Economics Seminar on Environment and Community Equity: This is a new seminar in which students will examine current-day issues related to the economics of the environment and its impact on community equity. The module provides graduate students with an opportunity to review and discuss applied economics analysis regarding the energy sector, climate change, and impacts on community well-being. The course will also feature economists and other technical practitioners directly involved in current cases as guest speakers, together with class presentations and discussions regarding current applied economics analysis in local, regional and federal energy sector issues, climate regulations, and other policies. The focus of this module will be on real-world, current economic analysis preformed for advocacy groups and government agencies in relationship to energy, climate, and community equity proposed and enacted policies, and proposed and approved infrastructure projects. There is no required textbook for the class, and readings will either be posted to Trunk or readily available online. Note: Students will not receive course credit for this seminar. To have their participation in the seminar appear on their transcripts, students must formally enroll in the seminar as they would with any other class.