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Professional in Residence: Alternative Energy

Date:April 13, 2012 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm EDT
Location:Center for Career Education
Contact:For further information regarding this event, please contact Lisa Dicce by sending email to lad2161@lad2161.com .
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CCE would like to invite you to participate in a new and innovative opportunity for you to meet one-on-one with a professional in the alternative energy industry.

This is your opportunity to connect with an executive in a twenty minute career mentoring conversation. If you have ever wanted to "pick the brain" of an industry insider about trends in their industry, best practices for students in the hiring process, and advice about career paths, join us at the Center for Career Education!


The Professional in Residence Program

Sign up for a 20 minute informational interview with Dr. Lawrence Neuman (bio below) by emailing Lisa Dicce at lad2161@columbia.edu. Please indicate your availability for the day and she will allot an appointment time. 

Dr. Lawrence Neuman: President of EffiSolar, Solar Bridge and China Power Development Corporation

Lawrence Neuman, PhD, is actively engaged in solar and wind project development and financing in the United States and China and has over 25 years of experience in international renewable energy. Dr. Neuman is President of EffiSolar Development a leading developer of utility-scale solar PV projects in New Jersey and Ontario and is also President of Solar Bridge, a commercial-scale solar PV company, and China Power Development Corporation devoted to developing wind and solar projects in China. Dr. Neuman also is actively engaged in evaluating and developing utility scale wind energy projects. He has established strategic alliances with solar PV manufacturers in China for the US and international markets and tracks technology developments in wind and solar energy as well as ocean energy utilizing his training in marine geophysics. Earlier, Dr. Neuman was Senior Officer at United Nations. He holds several degrees from Columbia University: a PhD in Marine Geophysics, an MA in Earth and Space Studies and a BA in both Physics and music.

 

 

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