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May 24, 2016

Courage in the Workplace: Creating a Culture of Compassionfeatuf

About the presenter:

Kimberly Rae Connor is the author of Conversions and Visions in the Writings of African American Women (Tennessee, 1994) and Imagining Grace: Liberating Theologies in the Slave Narrative Tradition (Illinois, 2000), which was selected by Choice as an outstanding academic title for 2000.

She has written extensively on African American religious life and cultural production and multicultural and Ignatian pedagogy. Connor has also been active as an editor for Oxford University Press and in service to the American Academy of Religion. She is a weekly field trip leader at 826 Valencia, an organization dedicated to helping children and young adults develop writing skills.

October 10, 2016

Marketing Politics

In the year when everyone says the normal rules don't apply, how can you make sense of the current campaign for president? What sorts of things should you pay attention to with polls and other indicators talked about in the press? These questions and more will be discussed and available for Q&A during this webinar with the University of San Francisco.

This year's election is like the Super Bowl for political junkies and that's why we are pleased to announce our featured panelist as none other than our online professor, Ken Goldstein. 

Professor Goldstein has worked in the news media in every federal election year since 1998 and will be featured in this term's webinar. During our one hour LIVE webinar you will learn about this year's campaigns, political ads, and what it's like behind the scenes of the political arena. 


Join us October 10th to participate as a thought-partner during our Q&A forum and learn about the online MPA program and how faculty members like ProfessorGoldstein are blending theory and practice into their career and the online classroom.

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June 15, 2016

The Energy Industry of Today and Tomorrow

featuring KEVIN JONES

Deputy Director, Professor of Energy Technology and Policy


Kevin B. Jones is the Deputy Director of the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School. At the IEE, Kevin leads the Smart Grid Project and the Energy Clinic and is co-author of the book from Praeger, “A Smarter, Greener Grid: Forging Environmental Progress through Smart Energy Policies and Technologies.” Kevin is also a Senior Fellow with the New Economy Law Center at Vermont Law School.

October 05, 2016

Red, White, and Green: The Politics of Climate Change


Senior counsel, Professor of Law at Vermont Law School


Professor Patrick A. Parenteau, formerly director of Vermont Law School's Environmental Law Center and of the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Clinic, is recognized for his expertise regarding endangered species and biological diversity, water quality and wetlands, environmental policy and litigation, and climate change. The courses he currently teaches at Vermont Law School include Climate Change and the Law, Extinction and Climate Change, Water Quality and Environmental Litigation.

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