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Haley Sankey

Haley Sankey

Office Address: 
415 Earth and Engineering Sciences Building
Instructor, Energy and Sustainability Policy
  • 2013 Master of Project Management; Penn State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
  • 1999 Bachelor of Science; Environmental Studies; Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Courses Taught: 
  • EMSC 302
  • EGEE 299
  • EGEE 495
John A. Dutton e-Education Institute
John and Willie Leone Family Department of Energy and Mineral Engineering

Haley Sankey is an Assistant Teaching Professor and an Adviser for the online Bachelor of Arts in Energy and Sustainability Policy, instructing EGEE 495: Internship Experience, EGEE 299: Foreign Studies, and EM SC 302: Orientation to Energy and Sustainability Policy. Ms. Sankey has worked as a licensing coordinator assisting hydroelectric utilities navigate the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s cooperative licensing agreement process. She helped foster stakeholder involvement, a critical component for successful license submission and approval as well as supported habitat and water quality study efforts. She also served as the Southern Alleghenies Regional Energy Coordinator, completing energy audits and educating municipalities on energy reduction and savings opportunities.

Ms. Sankey received her master’s degree in project management from the Penn State Black School of Business. She earned her undergraduate degree from Juniata College, where her program of emphasis was environmental practice and policy. Recently, Ms. Sankey was awarded a Student Engagement Network Faculty Fellowship so that she may further study journaling as an assessment tool for engagement experiences.

  • Sankey, H. (2009, September). All Lit Up, Benefits achieved by switching to LED streetlights. Pennsylvania Borough News, 24-27.
  • Cole, V., and Sankey, H. (2017, June). Program Assessment Report, submitted to the Penn State Office of Planning and Assessment.
  • Sankey, H. (2017). Blog.
  • Student Engagement Network Faculty Fellow, 2018-19
  • Emerging Faculty Award for Engaged Scholarship, 2016
  • Gladys Snyder Education Grant, 2014