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Eric Kingsley '86, Vice President of Innovative Natural Resource Solutions LLC (INRS), will be our guest speaker during the next Alumni Speaker Series event in Career Services!

INRS is a natural resource industries consulting firm with offices in New Hampshire and Maine.  Eric joined INRS in 2000 and has worked with a number of parties on the development of new biomass energy facilities around the country, including a key role in the development of New England’s only new biomass power plant.  Eric has extensive experience with wood supply and economics for biomass use in electric, thermal and liquid fuel projects.

Eric also serves on the Board of Directors for the Biomass Energy Resource Center, CEI Capital Management Ltd. and Carbon Tree LLC.  After graduating from Ithaca College in 1986 with a degree in Philosophy, Eric obtained a Master’s Degree in Resource Economics from the University of New Hampshire.

Students, join us for an informal conversation with Eric, who will be participating via phone from his office in Maine.  This Alumni Speaker Series event will take place on Thursday, April 28 at 12:15 in Career Services (101 Muller Center).  Space is limited and reservations are requested.  To reserve your seat, access your eRecruiting account (then click on "Information Session" in the calendar box on your homepage, follow the prompts to register). 

This Alumni Speaker Series event with Eric Kingsley '86 is sponsored by the Office of Career Services and REMP (Resource & Environmental Management Program).

~Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation are asked to contact Career Services at or 274-3365 as soon as possible.~

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