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GEM's Gems

Profiles of members of the GEM Community

During the month of July, the GEM Program would like to thank all military veterans who are a part of the GEM Community. Throughout the month, our GEM's Gem blog will be celebrating the accomplishments of several of these patriots.

GEM Program veterans include: Greg Adam, Daniel Alexander, Charlie Barker, Eddie Billmeyer, Tom Briggs, Mark Broses, Greg Carpenter, GEM lecturer Terri Carver, Adam DeRito, Dustin Eiland, Bill Erhardt, Kyle Frazer, Jim Goodrich, Melinda Harrington, Michael MacFarlane, Doug Pearlman, Park Pratt, Marty Rodin, Jermaine Starks, James Steen, Matthew Willey,  and Mary Ann Zehr.

"GEM’s Gems" is a publication piece that showcases the unique accomplishments of current students and alumni. The students who are accepted into the GEM Program possess an impressive list of credentials that span all energy sectors and professional levels. The diversity and collective skill set of our students ​helps enrich their learning experience.

Throughout the year, the GEM Program will highlight some of the outstanding career advancements, awards, and achievements that our students are attaining in the energy industry.

The Current GEM's Gem is Cliff Young

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GEM's Gems

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The GEM Program accepts experienced professionals who are looking to advance their career in the energy industry. GEM is a rigorous graduate program; therefore, the admissions committee highly favors candidates who demonstrate the ability and drive to successfully complete their Masters of Science (MS) in Global Energy Management. Most GEM students are currently working in the energy industry; however, the program does accept non-energy professionals who are looking to transition their career into this dynamic and growing sector. When selecting candidates for the GEM Program, the GEM commission committee looks for students with at least five years of professional experience who demonstrate positions of increasing responsibility. For more information click here.​
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