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Zelazny, Miyani to Address Students on Accreditations

For future engineers thinking about career opportunities, a question often arises: Which accreditation should I pursue?

Tim Zelazny and Hardik Miyani of ESD’s Energy+Eco Group will be speaking to undergraduate and graduate students from the Mechanical and Energy Engineering department at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) about this topic on Monday, Sept. 30. They will provide an overview of the slew of different accreditations that are in the industry, and attendees will leave with an understanding of which is best for them, how to prepare for an exam and other useful tips.

The meeting is sponsored by the ASHRAE UIC Student Chapter, IBPSA-USA Chicago chapter, UIC Energy Initiative, UIC Office of Sustainability and Master of Energy Engineering program.

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