Tom Erickson named EERC Director
Tom Erickson has been named Director of the University of North Dakota's Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC), UND Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo announced today. Erickson has been serving as Interim Director since July (Acting Director since May) and prior to that served as Associate Director for Business, Operations, and Intellectual Property at the EERC.
DiLorenzo met with more than 30 individuals and groups as he considered the future leadership for the EERC. "I thoroughly enjoyed my meetings, and I know that the innovative spirit and entrepreneurial drive at the EERC are strong. It is clear to me that good scientific inquiry is the basis for the work there while interest in energy and our environment is the driving passion," said DiLorenzo.
Added DiLorenzo, "President (Robert) Kelley a ...
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