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NESEA’s Miriam Aylward, MBA ’14, returned to campus to spearhead this event.

Kate Stephenson, MS ’07, Partner at Helm Construction Solutions, a company based in Brattleboro, Vermont that works with owners, designers and builders to create high performance and sustainable buildings and businesses, also returned to campus to attend the conference.

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Community engagement via participatory arts programs and events is big in North Adams as well.

After the trip Fisher said, “We have an abundance of arts and culture assets in our region such as The Colonial Theatre, the Keene Music Festival, the Monadnock International Film Festival, and so much more.

She tracks the competitive landscape of installers, financiers and technology providers in the residential and commercial market segments.

One Energy Renewables and 3Degrees are both certified B Corps and believe that businesses need to consider the impact of their products and services on their employees, community and environment, the B Corp certification demands rigorous standards of social and environmental performance.

Scholar selection criteria includes being currently enrolled full-time in a graduate or post-graduate degree program in the U.

S., strong academic standing, and demonstrated interest in renewable energy.Feeling passionate about the impact of arts and culture in the community, Taryn Fisher, Assistant Professor and MBA in Sustainability Program Director at Antioch University New England, joined the Keene Arts & Culture Working Group (KACWG), a group of arts enthusiasts in the Keene and greater Monadnock region, working to increase the profile of arts and culture, in the area.Fisher has been facilitating meetings of KACWG for several months in order to better understand and assess the needs of artists, musicians, and creative economy workers, and the obstacles they face in living and working here.” Ideas ranged from increasing public art, building Keene as the solar capitol of NH, encouraging more walking, establishing Downtown Keene as a conference center, and more sidewalk and pedestrian space on Main Street.Following up on that gathering, in November, the Hannah Grimes Center’s annual CONNECT event “Main Street 2.0” will highlight the importance of the arts and culture to a community’s economic well-being.They visited a live/work space for artists, shared business spaces, maker spaces, and galleries.

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