In his role as part-time Executive Director of the New Jersey Higher Education Partnership for Sustainability (NJHEPS), Mr. Cusack was the Moderator of the NJHEPS Annual Sustainability Education Conference, held at Rutgers University’s Bloustein School on 29 May in New Brunswick, NJ. As a result of this successful event with over 135 registrants, NJHEPS will hold a fall Sustainability Education Workshop as well, and aim for at least two such Workshops every year.
Mr. Cusack was a panelist on a panel on “Socially-responsible Investing” at the Fairleigh Dickenson University (FDU) Green Business Conference, sponsored by the FDU Institute for Sustainable Enterprise on 20-21 May.
As part of the renowned New England Board of Higher Education’s first Sustainability Conference, “Greening Higher Education: Saving the Planet and Saving Money”, Mr. Cusack was asked by Michael K. Thomas, President & CEO of the NEBHE to facilitate and moderate a panel on the “Business Case for Sustainability”. This conference was held in Boston, MA on 4 May, and attracted over 230 higher education leaders from around New England and beyond.
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