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This Week's Student Club Speakers: Finance for Good, the Future of Transportation, Forecasting Energy Markets

December 2, 2016

Every week, accomplished alumni and other leaders visit Edward P. Evans Hall at the invitation of student clubs, sharing career advice and insights into their industries. Here are a few of the speakers who visited the school during the week of November 28.

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This Week's Student Club Speakers: Marketing Pharmaceuticals, Smarter Giving, and Insights from Student Veterans

November 11, 2016

Every week, accomplished alumni and other leaders visit Edward P. Evans Hall at the invitation of student clubs, sharing career advice and insights into their industries. Here are a few of the speakers who visited the school during the week of November 7.

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This Week's Student Club Speakers: Energy Efficiency, Female Entrepreneurship in Asia, the 2016 Election

November 4, 2016

Every week, accomplished alumni and other leaders visit Edward P. Evans Hall at the invitation of student clubs, sharing career advice and insights into their industries. Here are a few of the speakers who visited the school during the week of October 31.

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From Cash-based to Trash-based: Developing Alternative Chains of Value for Development

October 17, 2016

Anshu Gupta is founder of the India-based nonprofit, Goonj. One of India’s leading social entrepreneurs, Anshu was given the prestigious Ramon Magsaysay award in 2015, for ‘his creative vision in transforming the culture of giving in India, his enterprising leadership in treating cloth as a...

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