Learn How To Be Green

by Press Release--Rutgers-Camden | Sep 28, 2009
Learn How To Be Green No doubt that green is the new black, but how does one begin living a sustainable life? Join Nathan Levinson, associate dean for finance and administration at the Rutgers School of Business—Camden, for his presentation, “Getting Educated in Green,” during the monthly Rutgers–Camden Cappuccino Academy at 7p.m. Thursday, Oct. 1.

This informal talk will begin a conversation about the three tenets of sustainability – renew, reuse, and recycle – as well as address green job opportunities.

At Rutgers–Camden, Levinson works with student groups to improve sustainability efforts on campus as well as teaches a course on the topic for the hospitality program.

A University of Denver graduate, where he earned a BS in accounting, Levinson is currently earning a graduate degree in education from Rutgers University. Before joining the Rutgers School of Business—Camden, Levinson served as a senior auditor at Rutgers–New Brunswick.

Cappuccino Academy is a series of free public lectures delivered by Rutgers–Camden faculty members at Barnes & Noble in Marlton, located at 200 West Route 70.

For more information, call (856) 225-6627.

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