Sustainable Interior Environments: Panel and Career Fair

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Sustainable Interior Environments: Panel and Career Fair


Sustainable Built Environment: A Career Fair. Panel: Skill Building or Creative Thinking? Graduate Schools and the Future Workforce. Co-presented by the Graduate Studies Sustainable Interior Environments Program and the Urban Green Council. This event offers a unique opportunity for young professionals and students to connect and market their skills to some of New York City’s green leaders in architecture, engineering, real estate, and interior design. The panel will explore the role of higher education in preparing individuals for a career in the green building industry. Panelists will offer different perspectives on the value of graduate school experience and discuss what young professionals should be looking for in a graduate program. Do firms want graduates who have learned a specific way of thinking or a certain set of skills? Moderator: Emily Danzinger-Willemsen, LEED AP BD+C – Designer, Gensler. Speakers: Nestor Bottino, AIA – Partner, Holzman Moss Bottino Architecture. Nico Kienzl, DDES, LEED Fellow, ASHRAE HBDP – Director, Atelier Ten. Grazyna Pilatowicz, IDEC, IIDA, LEED AP – Chairperson, Sustainable Interior Environments Graduate Program, FIT


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