About the Program

The Environmental and Energy Management Program at the George Washington University is a broad, interdisciplinary program that encompasses graduate academic education, cutting edge research and service activities.


Our graduate educational programs include Master of Science, Doctor of Engineering, Doctor of Philosophy and Professional Degrees. Our research program provides state-of-the-art and highly relevant investigations into important issues affecting our nation and the world. Our service activities include conducting symposia and other policy-inducing activities such as providing Congressional and federal agency testimony, and supplying subject matter experts to the media and other information outlets.

The Program, housed in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, involves all schools and programs across the University through its course offerings, Environmental and Energy Management Institute and interdisciplinary research program, and other activities.


EEMI Professor Appointed to High Level Government Position

Professor Alex Beehler, a key member of the Environmental and Energy Management Institute (EEMI) leadership team for more than three years, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate on January 2 to be the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment.

News of EEM Students, Faculty and Graduates

EEM Master’s student Kushal Malvania was named the 2018 Student Energy Engineer of the Year by the Association of Energy Engineers National Capital Chapter in November 2018.