This summer with the help of donors and industry supporters, the department was able to create 25 paid summer internship positions working on research projects with EME faculty members. Interns were chosen through an application process and matched with active research projects in the department. The final component of those EME Summer Research Internships is a poster and accompanying five-minute lightning talk by each student, which are posted below. Following you will find the accumulated effort of a dedicated cadre of students who worked remotely on projects ranging from the occupational safety impact of the transition to renewable energy to supply and demand projections for critical minerals to the impact of COVID-19 on well shut-in decisions in the Bakken Shale. We are very proud of their efforts.