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Solar Energy and Unions- Can They Become Partners?

As part of The American Jobs Plan, President Biden has committed to 100% carbon-free electricity by 2035. While the solar and wind industries are already growing their workforce much more quickly than the fossil fuel industry, Biden’s plan could increase clean energy employment exponentially.  However, a big question remains – can solar and wind energy …

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DOE Launches Initiatives to Accelerate Solar Deployment in Underserved Communities

MAY 4, 2021 New Efforts Include $15.5 Million to Tackle Barriers to Solar Deployment, Increased Focus on Expanding Clean Energy Access to Low- and Moderate-Income Communities and Fostering A Diverse Solar Workforce WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced a slate of new efforts, including $15.5 million in new funding, to support …

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Three Ways the Biden Administration Could Help the Solar Industry

One of the first things that President Biden did when he took office was to put the U.S. back on a clean energy path.  He rejoined the Paris Climate Accord, installed a dynamic E.P.A. chief, and put forth an aggressive budget proposal that puts clean energy at the forefront of his plan.  If he can …

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Don’t miss this upcoming town hall to set the agenda for research, action, and practice for HBCUs over the next four years!

This town hall will bring together national thought leaders such as HBCU Presidents and Provosts, HBCU VPs of Research, HBCU-based scientists, along with leaders of Black STEM professional societies, policymakers, and NSF program officers. The goal will be to discuss and set an agenda for research, action, and practice for HBCUs. Don’t miss it! Sign …

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New Job Opportunity with BW Research

BW Research Partnership, Inc. (BW Research) is a small, full-service research firm specializing in workforce and economic analyses, economic modeling, and survey and market research for public and private entities, including workforce development organizations, economic development agencies, educational institutions, municipalities, industry groups, and corporations. BW Research has offices in Carlsbad, California, and Wrentham, Massachusetts. They …

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New Job Opportunity

Work at BW Research BW Research Partnership, Inc. (BW Research) is a small, full-service research firm specializing in workforce and economic analyses, economic modeling, and survey and market research for public and private entities, including workforce development organizations, economic development agencies, educational institutions, municipalities, industry groups, and corporations. BW Research has offices in Carlsbad, California …

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New EPA Chief and HBCU Alum Makes Environmental Justice a Priority

Michael Regan, HBCU alum and North Carolina A&T State University graduate was recently confirmed as the first Black man to run the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  President Biden couldn’t have picked a more qualified candidate to lead and restore the EPA, and although this is a huge accomplishment within his career, Regan will certainly have …

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Bryan Patterson

Bryan Patterson serves as an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies, Philosophy and Religion and Chair of Public Leadership Studies Program at Johnson C. Smith University.  His areas of expertise and study includes individual and organizational learning, leadership consulting, cultural change, social entrepreneurship and executive coaching. He also is a certified life coach and e- learning …

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