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Valuable Webinars on Campus Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

 

Better Buildings Initiatives from the U.S. Dept. of Energy

Small Water Systems Webinar Series from the U.S. EPA

Second Nature Webinars Business & Energy Topics

Indoor Air Quality from the U.S. EPA

Integrated Pest Management from the U.S. EPA

Tools and Resources Webinar Series from the U.S. EPA

Sustainable Materials Management Webinars from the U.S. EPA

 

NACUBO Webcasts

U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Higher Ed Sector Opportunities - document and tech demo opportunities, and encourage you to view newest Implementation Models:

 

Finance and Facilities Leadership Win Win Strategies

After compensation costs, the second highest expense at most campuses is operating the physical plant (meaning the maintenance, repair of campus buildings and grounds). With specialized knowledge of capital asset management and budgeting, chief business officers, as well as their staff, have a unique perspective that can make valuable contributions to improving facilities and student-led initiatives on-campus.

Learn how you can expand your knowledge base to create a conceptual facilities framework that can impact your campus for years to come. Tune into these 30-minute videos, by yourself or in a group, to discuss potential opportunities and challenges facing institutions today.  The videos are designed to help you gather nuggets of wisdom on issues that pertain to the expanding campus financial duties beyond the balance sheet.

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Note - the informative sessions below are in the process of being loaded to a different platform - so check back after April 2018 to view them:

Contact

Sally Grans Korsh

Senior Advisor

202.861.2571


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