The IAHE recently added a Student Chapter at Penn State University. The first official meeting took place March 26. Over 55 undergraduate and graduate students from various departments across the campus have become student members of the IAHE so far. Students with interests or research work in microbial fuel cells, hydrogen storage, hydrogen combustion, energy economics, and others areas have joined. During the Fall term, the student chapter will participate in a hydrogen design competition, sponsor various social events, host guest speakers, and network with the other IAHE student chapters worldwide. For more information, contact Chapter President A. K. Srouji at email@example.com.
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