Friday October 28, 2011
10:00 am - 11:30 am
This session will seek to identify and define ownership and valuation assessment for abstract property and resources. Examine resource ownership parameters based upon outright ownership or sale by individual, partner ownership by group stakeholders, or asset lease and licensing for external development and use. Valuation criteria will comprise analysis by resource type, geographic location, and possession of resource reserve or extraction.
Jeffrey Oullette has worked as a senior research analyst since 2003. His prior experience extends to artistic and business administration in the US and Canada.
Directions to Northeastern University
From the north (via Route I-93 or Route 1):
Take the Storrow Drive exit, and proceed to the Fenway exit. Follow signs for Boylston Street inbound, and bear right onto Westland Avenue. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue, proceed to the third traffic light, and turn right onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
From the west (via Route I-90, Massachusetts Turnpike):
Take Exit 22 (Copley Square), and bear right. Proceed to the first traffic light, and turn right onto Dartmouth Street. Take the next right onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue. From the west (via Route 9) Proceed east on Route 9; it will become Huntington Avenue. Turn right onto Ruggles Street. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Tremont Street. At the second set of lights, turn left onto Melnea Cass Boulevard, and then turn left onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue.
From the south (via I-93, Route 3):
Take Exit 18 (Massachusetts Avenue/Roxbury/Frontage Road). Turn left at the third light, staying in one of the two left lanes. Proceed straight onto Melnea Cass Boulevard. Continue for approximately two miles and turn left onto Columbus Avenue. The Renaissance Parking Garage is at 835 Columbus Avenue. Via public transportation Northeastern is accessible by subway via the Green Line of the MBTA.
From downtown Boston:
Take an “E” train outbound to the Northeastern stop, the first stop above ground. The campus can also be reached from downtown via the Orange Line by taking any train going outbound to Forest Hills and getting off at Ruggles Station. Commuter rail lines connect with the Orange Line at Ruggles Station, Back Bay Station, and North Station.
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