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Wednesday
Sep172014

SNHU - Freedom & Power in the Digital Age 

 

Freedom & Power in the Digital Age

 
 
 

Could your business be affected by international restrictions on freedom in the digital age? Join us as the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire hosts their annual Global Business Summit on Monday, September 22nd.

This year’s key note, Ross Lajeunesse, head of Free Expression and International Relations at Google, will speak on the topic of Freedom & Power in the Digital Age.

The summit will also feature a panel of local business experts examining how internet freedom and security impacts businesses and private citizens, here and around the world.


Cameron Shillings, Director & Chair of the Privacy & Data Security Group, McLane Law Firm


Charlotte Broaden, Professor of International Business & Organizational Leadership, Southern New Hampshire University


Paul Mailhot, VP, Business Operations, DYN

When: Monday, September 22nd Reception at 5 pm; Program begins at 6 pm

Where: Southern New Hampshire University Dining Center 2500 N River Rd Manchester NH 03106

Registration: World Affairs Council Member $25 / Non-Member $35 / SNHU Student Free Register at http://redir.targetx.com/cgi-bin/email/redir.cgi?id=0001213572-141020218 

 
Thursday
Sep112014

SNHU - Business Ownership for the Young At Heart 

Business Ownership for the Young At Heart

 
 
 

Is owning or growing a small business going to be the next chapter in your life? Join AARP NH and the CWBA for the Encore Entrepreneur Event to learn about the practical resources available to help you put your plans into action.

When: Tuesday, September 30th 9-11 am

Where: SNHU Hospitality Center 2500 N River Rd Manchester NH 03106

This is a free event but we ask that you register at http://redir.targetx.com/cgi-bin/email/redir.cgi?id=0001212815-141020218 as space is limited.

Sponsored by: 

 

 
 
 
Tuesday
Sep092014

NH DHHS - “Suicide Prevention: IT (Information Technology) Makes A Difference!”

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services

(DHHS), in collaboration with the State’s Suicide Prevention Council is

recognizing National Suicide Prevention Week from September 7-13, 2014.

This year’s theme: “Suicide Prevention: IT (Information Technology) Makes

a Difference” highlights various types of technological tools adapted for

use in the prevention of suicide. “Using technology to help in suicide

prevention efforts just makes sense” said NH Public Health Director Dr.

Jose Montero. “For example, current electronic medical records make the

screening for suicide risk factors more efficient; the tools are embedded

electronically. It makes it easier to identify risk factors so that

treatment can be offered sooner and progress can be assessed.”





“Technology can also help when someone is feeling at risk. There are now

several mobile apps that address safety planning,” said Interim Director of

DHHS’ Division of Community Based Care Services Diane Langley. “A safety

plan is essentially a list of coping strategies and sources of support for

people who are at high risk for suicide. It’s done in conjunction with a

mental health clinician and is generally thought of as an important part of

care. For someone going through a crisis, having immediate access to this

on a cell phone can be life-saving.”





Everyone can help in suicide prevention. Warning signs include:

· Talking about death or suicide

· Hopelessness

· Anger

· Increasing alcohol or drug use

· Isolation

· Mood changes



Recognize these signs and connect the person to help. If you or someone

you know is in crisis or emotional distress, you can call the Suicide

Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The line is available 24 hours a day/ 7

days a week.



To download the prevention apps go to:

For more information on suicide prevention, visit the Suicide Prevention

Resource Center at www.sprc.org or the National Alliance for Mentally Ill

New Hampshire at

www.naminh.org/education/suicide-prevention   or DHHS at

http://www.dhhs.nh.gov/dphs/suicide/council.htm

Thursday
Aug142014

Rubens For US Senate - Helping NH Students Prepare for the Future  

 Quality schools are critical to our nation's long-term strength and prosperity. The one-size fits all, big government approach of Senator Shaheen and President Obama is not working. Despite spending more money than most countries, America continues to fall behind our global counterparts. In fact, according to a recent study, the United States has slipped to 30th in math and 23rd in science, (from 24 and 19 respectively in 2009). Another study suggested that "countries with a greater choice of schools provided better educational outcomes than those that offered fewer choices of schools."

Jim Rubens has a long win record on two key education policy goals: school choice and teacher quality - without federal control.

As State Senator, Jim Rubens wrote and lead passage of New Hampshire's charter school law. As Chairman of the Senate Education Committee, Jim Rubens worked to make community college course credits transferable to four-year colleges to help reduce higher education costs. He protected home schoolers from increased regulation. He helped pass state-level student privacy protections consistent with the federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

Jim Rubens sat down with two recent charter school graduates and the principal of North Country Charter Academy. They discuss why a charter school experience benefits a students' educational background and improves personal well being. Please view and share the video below:



Now is the perfect time for you to get involved with the campaign. We have a great group of volunteers who are helping us right now, and we could use your help to do even more.

Can you spare an hour to make phone calls at campaign headquarters? Can you knock on doors with us this weekend? Can you participate in a sign wave? Do you have a good sign location or want to host an event? Please reply to this e-mail or go here.

Tuesday
Aug052014

SEIA Webinars: CA ISO Energy Imbalance Market | What's New with Webinars 

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Join Us in August!

CA ISO Energy Imbalance Market – What Does it Mean For Developers?

This Webinar is Public: Open to SEIA members and non-members

Date: Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Time: 4-5 p.m. EDT

Register

The California Independent System Operator (ISO) is expanding its real-time market to include other balancing authorities in the West in its implementation of the Energy Imbalance Market (EIM), which is the automated system that balances electricity supply and demand every five minutes by choosing the least-cost resource to meet the needs of the grid. 

In October of this year, the ISO’s EIM goes “live” with PacifiCorp, serving customers in six states. Both the ISO and PacifiCorp recently received conditional approval of their filings to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and are proceeding with testing and market simulation.  

This webinar will provide an overview of the EIM, the current status of its implementation and a look to the future – including anticipated work following the October start date and an overview of the Transitional Committee which is an advisory body to the ISO Board on EIM issues.  

Attendees will learn:

  • An overview of the EIM
  • The current status of implementation
  • Future Activities regarding the EIM market

Speakers

Stacey Crowley, Director of Regional Affairs, California Independent System Operator

Don Fuller, Director of Strategic Alliances, California Independent System Operator

Mark Rothleder, Vice President, Market Quality and Renewable IntegrationCalifornia Independent System Operator

Sara Birmingham, Director of Western PolicySEIA (Moderator)

SEIA Webinar Portal

What’s New with Webinars?

Beginning July 1, all non-members are charged a fee of $79 to view SEIA’s new and archived webinars. As one of SEIA’s key member benefits, all webinars are always FREE to SEIA members. Due to the change in registration all members are required to complete registration via the SEIA Webinar Portal. Members are no longer required to log into the SEIA website in order to access registration links. In order to access member only registrations please enter your email address in the top right corner of the Webinar Portal. If you are not able to access member registrations please contact webinars@seia.org or membership@seia.org. For immediate assistance call (202) 682-0556.


SEIA Webinar Portal FAQ’s

How do I log in so that I can see register for Members-Only webinars?

To see members-only content on this webpage, please enter your email address in the bar on the upper right portion of your screen.  Make sure you use the same email address that you use for SEIA newsletters or website log-ins.  If you’re having trouble signing in, feel free to contact SEIA’s membership department at membership@seia.org . For immediate assistance call (202) 682-0556.

I’m new to SEIA, and my email login isn’t working.  Can you help?

We’re glad you’ve joined!  Our email database is updated on a weekly basis.  If you’d like access before that, simply contact Hannah Panek (202) 556-2907 and she’ll make sure you can log in.

Are previous webinars from SEIA on this site as well?

Our archives on this website go back to January 2011.  If you’d like to access a webinar that happened prior to 2011, contact webinars@seia.org.

I have the recording of the webinar, but I'm looking for the slides.  Can you help?

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How can I participate in webinars as a sponsor?

SEIA hosts more than 40 webinars per year and average more than 120 listening sites per session in 2013.   SEIA Webinars are a great way for members to get up-to-date information on solar industry developments, learn more about tools and practices that could grow their business, and connect with industry experts and professionals. Webinars are one of SEIA’s key member benefits; sponsoring webinars provides you the SEIA member audience and a limited number of non-members. All webinars are recorded and archived so members will see your brand well after the live webinar. If you are seeking to sponsor a webinar, please review additional details on the SEIA website and contact echalmers@seia.org.

How can I participate in webinars as a speaker?

We love to have experts from SEIA member companies present as often as possible.  If you’re interested in working on a webinar, let us know!  We’ll need some basic information from you to get started, including a brief description of the topic you’re interested in, the target audience for the webinar, and any other speakers you might like to work with.  We encourage you to look for a few other speakers to share your time with, and we

What other benefits are available to SEIA members?

SEIA membership comes with a host of incredible benefits, designed to give you access to professionals and thought leaders, Expertise through education and resources, and Exposure through advertising and networking opportunities.  Learn more about these benefits and about membership by visiting http://www.seia.org/member-center today!

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SEIA Calendar of Events

August 12, 2014 at 4:00 PM EDT

 CA ISO Energy Imbalance Market – What Does it Mean For Developers?

September 9-10, 2014 Solar Power Mid-Atlantic | Atlantic City , NJ
October  1, 2014

SEIA Southeast Federal Lobby Day 

October  20-23, 2014

Solar Power International | Las Vegas, NV

View the full SEIA events calendar.