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"Reinventing Fire: The Business Led Transition Beyond Fossil Fuel" A talk by Dr. Amory Lovins, cofounder and chief scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute

The next XU Williams College of Business Distinguished Speaker Series takes place on Wednesday, October 16th at noon on the XU campus in Norwood in the Cintas Center.

09/04/13

 

Noon Luncheon, Lecture and Book Signing at the Cintas Center

"Reinventing Fire: The Business Led Transition Beyond Fossil Fuel"

The Fall 2013 Distinguished Speaker Series continues on October 16, 2013 with Dr. Amory Lovins.

Dr. Lovins is cofounder and chief scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute, an independent nonprofit think and do tank that drives the efficient and restorative use of resources. He will talk on “Reinventing Fire: The Business Led Transition Beyond Fossil Fuel."

  • When: October 16, 2013;
    Check-in begins at 11:30 AM;
    Luncheon begins at 12 PM;
    Tables are assigned.
  • Where: Cintas Center | Directions
  • Cost: There is no cost to attend.
  • Parking: Parking passes will not be required in the Cintas Center parking lots between 11 AM - 2 PM that day.
  • Register today

The Williams College of Business at Xavier University presents the Distinguished Speakers Series, an annual series of presentations by prominent leaders designed to educate, enlighten and inspire.

The series brings top-level business, academic and political leaders to campus to discuss world issues, introduce new ideas, generate discussion and further the educational mission of the college. Additionally, students, faculty, alumni and members of the business community have the opportunity to interact with the speaker at each event. The Distinguished Speaker Series is sponsored by PNC Bank.

We are pleased to host the Distinguished Speakers Series to highlight business leaders and their organizations, as well as provide our students and faculty access to best practices and networking. Please discover for yourself the culture that makes the Williams College of Business a wonderful place for learning.

Contact

Please direct all questions to:

Laura Frazier

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  • Phone: (513) 745-4272