Sixth Exchange Cohort Departs for the U.S.

Seventh cohort of exchange scholars departs for U.S.

On January 4, ASU, NUST and UET-P leaders joined senior officials from the Higher Education Commission for a send-off reception for USPCAS-E scholars departing for the U.S. for the spring 2019 semester.

USPCASE engineering students attend a virtual seminar in Pakistan.

Entrepreneurship: Unlocking Innovation

The Entrepreneurial Mindset virtual seminar provided an overview of the entrepreneurial thinking patterns that consistently produce novel insights, breakthrough ideas and create value

5th Stakeholders Meeting and Think Tank, November 14, 2018

Engaging Stakeholders, Creating Connections

USPCASE organized their 5th National Stakeholders Meeting on Energy and 2nd Think Tank Dialogue and in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Industry visit to Neelum-Jhelum Hydro

USPCASE scholars from UET Peshawar visit Neelum-Jhelum Hydropower project

USPCASE scholars visit industry sites like the Neelum-Jhelum Hydro project to see practical applications of their course work

USPCASE visiting faculty attend International Society for Exploring Teaching and Learning conference

Putting the Focus on Teaching

USPCASE supports visiting faculty in attending teaching and learning conference

USAID Youth Festival 2018

USAID Youth Festival Celebrates Pakistan’s Next Generation

Two USPCASE scholars received the USAID Youth Champions 2018 award at the USAID-sponsored Youth Festival in Pakistan.

NUST hosts National Conference on Energy Trends

NUST hosts National Conference on Energy Trends

The USPCASE center NUST hosted a National Conference on Energy Trends on October 1

Prof. Kendra Sharp facilitates a workshop in Islamabad, Pakistan.

Hydro power might be Pakistan’s best power solution

Professor Kendra Sharp facilitated a hydropower workshop for USPCASE faculty, students and stakeholders in Islamabad, Pakistan.

ASU professor Clark Miller leads an Energy Poverty Workshop in Islamabad

Ending poverty through energy innovation

The U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy at ASU held a one-day session focusing on energy poverty for students and faculty of NUST and UET Peshawar.

The first Think Tank meeting was held in Islamabad on July 9, 2018

Energy Think Tank meets to discuss energy needs of Pakistan

On July 9, 2018, the U.S.-Pakistan Center for Advanced Studies in Energy (USPCASE) at Arizona State University organized the first Energy Think Tank meeting in Islamabad. It was facilitated by Dr. Clark Miller, a professor at Arizona State University. A total of 37 faculty and staff from NUST and UET Peshawar, government representatives, USAID officials, and private industrialists…