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Media Advisory: UAlbany MBA Students Provide Companies with Innovative, Money-Saving Energy Strategies

"G3: Going Green Globally" MBA students present energy sustainability plans Wednesday, May 12, 2010, 8:30 a.m.- noon, at the Assembly Hall, uptown campus

Contact(s):  Catherine Herman (518) 956-8150



ALBANY, N.Y. (May 11, 2010) --  

UAlbany Business School's "G3: Going Green Globally" MBA students will present sustainability plans to the Capital District YMCA, Clear View Bag, Goodrich (Aerospace), Living Resources, Price Chopper, and SEFCU.

The "G3: Going Green Globally" program, supported by a $5,000 innovations grant from Northeastern energy leader National Grid, simulates the high-intensity environment of managing a business in a volatile and competitive market. The MBA teams, faculty coaches and business people teamed up to evaluate companies and recommend programs to improve their sustainability programs, which include supply chain, transportation, waste, building design, water and other natural resources, and marketing.

UAlbany MBA students, representatives from Capital District companies.

Wed. May 12, 2010
8:45 a.m. -- noon

Assembly Hall, main campus

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