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BCEEAN Newsletter Fall 2014

Former Representative Bob Inglis to Speak on Free Market Solutions to Energy and Climate Challenges

Inglis, currently the executive director of the Energy and Enterprise Initiative (E&EI) at George Mason University, speaks at a public lecture on Tuesday, October 21, 2014.  More.

A Triple Win for Eagle Football Fans

Earn a pair of tickets to a home game, network with students interested in energy and the environment, and help BC improve its sustainability goals -- all at once!  More.

BC Career Center Seeks Hosts for 2015 Externship Program

Alumni can make valuable contributions to student careers by hosting a one-day externship during Winter Break (January 5-9, 2015).  Sign up now!  More.

Eagles Helping Eagles – Perspectives on BC Mentorship Experiences

Alumni find numerous ways to mentor BC students and find joy and value in the experience.  More.

BC Seniors Point the Way to Cost Efficiency and Sustainability

Examining everything from vending machines to rooftops, BC seniors in the Environmental Seminar are identifying practical ways to reduce BC’s operating costs and improve its sustainability.  More.


Join the BCEEAN Social Networks!

Stay connected with fellow members of BCEEAN through our Facebook page and ever-growing LinkedIn group.


Help Out a Fellow Eagle

If you have energy or environmental sector internship or job shadowing opportunities for current BC students, please contact BCEEAN at envrn@bc.edu.


Help Grow BCEEAN

If you know alumni who might enjoy participating in BCEEAN, please circulate this newsletter to them and invite them to join us at envrn@bc.edu. More information about BCEEAN can be obtained from our website:www.bc.edu/bceean

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