Jordan Morgan

graduate research assistant

Jordan Morgan is a Dove Fellow who moved to Minneapolis from Bemidji to pursue a Master’s of Science degree in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. As an undergrad at Bemidji State University he earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental Studies – Policy, Planning, a Bachelor’s of Arts in Sociology, and a minor in sustainability. Having various work experience ranging from working nights at a homeless shelter to being a sustainable energy solutions intern, Jordan has developed a deep passion for concurrently addressing poverty and climate change with emerging technologies and policies. This passion continues to fuel Jordan’s contributions to research inquires that explore the various photovoltaic solar garden models that exist in Minnesota. When not researching Jordan can often be found cruising Minneapolis on his bicycle or backpacking in Minnesota’s beautiful State Parks and Forests.

Lab Publications

Community Shared Solar in Minnesota: Learning from the First 300 Megawatts (Report) (Issue Brief)

Broadening Access to Solar Energy: Community Shared Solar Programs in the U.S. (Issue Brief)

in the news

Humphrey School students and RREAL team up for ‘Solar for Humanity’.” Brainerd Dispatch (October 12, 2018)