Dominic Molinari

(formerly) Undergraduate Researcher

Bio and Research Interests

Dominic was an undergraduate at UC Berkeley majoring in Environmental Engineering Science. His interdisciplinary course of study allowed him to become well versed in a broad range of sectors dealing with energy and the environment, including climate change mitigation, behavior change, green building practices, renewable energy, and sustainable development.
As an undergraduate researcher at the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, Dominic researched environmentally-friendly end use behavior and is responsible for constructing widgets for the "Take Action" steps of the various calculators.

His engineering mind and social awareness motivated him to start the Berkeley chapter of Engineers Without Borders, which partners with developing communities to improve their quality of life through the implementation of environmentally sustainable, equitable, and economical engineering projects while developing socially and environmentally conscious engineering students.


University of California, Berkeley: B.S. in Environmental Engineering Science with a minor in Energy and Resources (2012)

Past Experience

Co-Founder and President
Engineers Without Borders- UC Berkeley Chapter
2008 – 2010 (2 years)