Columbia Business School Energy Club and the School of International and Public Affairs Energy Association Host the 8th Annual Energy Symposium
November 14, 2012 --
New York, NY, November 14, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The Columbia Business School Energy Club and the School of International and Public Affairs Energy Association will host the 8th Annual Energy Symposium on Nov. 30, 2012. The event brings together industry professionals, students and faculty at Columbia University’s Morningside Heights campus in New York City for a day of learning, discussions and networking.
Keynote speeches will be delivered by Robert Catell, Executive Director and Deputy Chairman of National Grid; Ed Morse, Global Head of Commodities Research of Citigroup, Inc.; as well as Jason Bordoff, Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director, Energy and Climate Change for the National Security Council.
Following the symposium, a reception will be held at the historic Low Memorial Library. The reception is sponsored by Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. The Columbia University Energy Symposium is proud to partner with Roland Berger Strategy Consultants, GE Energy Financial Services, ConEdison, A.T. Kearney, The Earth Institute, Schlumberger Business Consulting, PFC Energy, the Columbia Business School and Columbia’s School for International and Public Affairs.
About the Columbia University Annual Energy Symposium
Columbia University’s Annual Energy Symposium is the largest student-run events on campus. It was established to foster exchange of ideas among industry professionals, students, and members of the academic community. The event is jointly organized by the School of International and Public Affairs’ Energy Association and the Columbia Graduate School of Business’ Energy Club to offer a wide spectrum of perspectives that reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the energy industry today.
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