MBA in Sustainability Students Present Projects on July 19

Students in the accelerated program for the MBA in Sustainability will present their practicum projects on Tuesday, July 19, in the Community Room at AUNE. All are welcome.

The schedule:

-8:30-9:00 am Welcome and coffee

-9:00-9:20 am Julie Jepsen – School Gardens: Implementing the Triple Bottom Line

-9:25-9:45 am Elliott Zaagman – Cross-Cultural Leadership: Learning to Communicate

-9:50-10:10 am Sam Boduch – Examination of Innovative Funding for Land Conservation

-10:25-10:45 am Emily Landseidel – Critical Steps for Farm to School Organizations: Planning for Sustainability

-10:50-11:10 am Matt Eisenstadter – Boom Dog Drums: Tracing Products through the American Supply Chain

-11:15-11:35 am Alissa Novoselick – Process and Strategy: Financing Sustainable Public Schools

-11:40 am-Noon Fernando Garcia – Stockholm: Making a Green City Greener

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