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BCEEAN Newsletter Fall 2016

Has Renewable Energy Achieved Cost Parity With Conventional Energy Sources?

Matt Marino '01 explores the plummeting cost of utility-scale renewable energy and the role of a liberal arts education in fostering the transition to cleaner energy. More.

How Can Managers Best Create Sustainable Social Impact?

Carroll School of Management Professor Mary Cronin and School of Social Work Professor Tiziana Dearing examine what really moves the needle on global social issues in important new publication, “Managing for Social Impact: Innovations in Responsible Enterprise.”  Liz Delaney '00 interviews Cronin for BCEEAN. More.

GreenBiz Names Elizabeth Barthelmes '11 One of the Nation’s “Best and Brightest” Emerging Corporate Sustainability Leaders

Article cites 30 young professionals “tackling some of the toughest challenges in business.” More.

Alumni Opportunities to Advise BC and its Students Abound

Academic year 2016-2017 offers a variety of opportunities for alumni to share career insights with the University and its undergraduates. More.

Eagles On the Move

Luke Tarbi '05 and EnergySage, a Boston-based cleantech startup, facilitate solar shopping for thousands of homeowners. More.

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

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