UNH graduates first sustainability class
DURHAM — The first group of business professionals to enroll in the University of New Hampshire's Certificate in Corporate Sustainability studies has completed the program, which provides participants practical knowledge and tools in sustainability and allows them to network with and learn from UNH faculty, regional business leaders and a supportive cohort of peers, UNH said.
Launched in fall, 2011, the certificate program is a collaboration of the UNH Whittemore School of Business and Economics, the New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility and UNH's Sustainability Academy.
The certificate program is directed toward mid-level and senior professionals seeking to increase knowledge and functional skills in the practices and principles of corporate sustainability.
The next certificate program starts with the Institute in Corporate Sustainability in November.
For information visit www.sustainableunh.unh.edu.
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