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Sustainability Symposium Examines ‘Green’ Careers

Sustainability Symposium Examines ‘Green’ Careers
Symposium participants front row, from left are: Mark Murphy, Barbara Giovagnoli, Leonard Champney and Janet Warnick ’87. Standing are John Costlow, president and CEO of Sustainable Energy Fund; Jennifer Bowers, vice president of the University Sustainability Club; James Devers, associate vice president for Facilities Operations at the University; Kelly McCartney, program leader education at the Sustainable Energy Fund; Nicholas Truncale, faculty specialist in the Department of Physics and Electrical Engineering at the University; Margaret Capooci, president the University Sustainability Club and Joseph Dreisbach, associate provost for Academic Affairs. Missing from photo is Elizabeth Rozelle, assistant director of Career Services at the University.

The University’s Fall Sustainability Symposium on Nov. 11 examined diverse job opportunities available in the sustainable energy and business industries and included an internship and career fair, as well as a panel discussion about the broad range of disciplines with positions in this field. 

John Costlow, president of the Sustainable Energy Fund, provided an introduction to the panel discussion. Panelists were Janet Warnick ’87 and the northeast regional manager of the Office of Pollution Prevention and Energy Assistance for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection; Amy Failings, representing Community Energy Inc.; Barbara Giovagnoli, manager of Lackawanna County’s Office of Environmental Sustainability and recycling coordinator; and, from the University, Mark Murphy, director of sustainability; Leonard Champney, Ph.D., professor of political science; and student Margaret Capoochi, who participated in a geothermal energy research project during the summer.

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