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October 15, 2014

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

End Day Hispanic Heritage Month (Multi-Day Event)
Come join us for various educational and social events hosted by Suffolk University Hispanic Association and the Office of Diversity Services!
End Day Sukkot (Multi-Day Event)

Jewish holyday: Sukkot (the Festival of the Huts) takes place 5 days after Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) and commemorates the 40 year period that the Jewish people wandered in the desert after their enslavement in Egypt, during which Moses was given the Torah on Mt. Sinai and they lived in temporary shelters. The Season of Our Rejoicing, as it is also known, is celebrated by building a sukkah (hut) that Jews make their “home,” where they eat, entertain, and sometimes even sleep for the 7 day festival, in thanksgiving for G-d’s protection and the harvest.[i]  



[i] Reform Judaism. “Sukkot.” http://www.reformjudaism.org/jewish-holidays/sukkot

 

All Day LGBTQ History Month

Theme: Arts + Community + Healing

Sponsored by Rainbow Alliance and The Office of Diversity Services
All Day Spring Advising
Spring Advising
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Master of Arts in Graphic Design Thesis Exhibit
An exhibit of capstone projects from alumni who completed the Master of Arts in Graphic Design in May 2014

The Adams Gallery is free and open to the public.

An opening reception will be held from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 19.
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Stay Connected to the Suffolk community with the OCHO!
Location: Sawyer Lobby

Each Wednesday the OCHO has an information table in the Sawyer lobby to help keep YOU connected. Get the latest updates on all the events and programs that are going on not only at Suffolk, but in Boston as well!
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM An Unusual Capital - Berlin 25 Years after the Fall of the Wall
After 1945 Berlin, Germany' s traditional capital, quickly became a focal point of East-West confrontation and a symbol of Western resilience against Soviet dominance. In 1989 it regained its original status and has since become the vibrant political and cultural capital of the new Germany and a true city of the world.
The Honorary Rolf Schütte, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany and former head of the Department of Foreign Relations and Protocol of the city of Berlin, will illustrate how atypical a capital Berlin has become and why it has continued to attract creative people from all over the world.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Encouraging Students to Learn in Class (Workshop for faculty)

What are the different ways that we can truly engage our students in the learning process and really encourage them to learn? In this workshop we will look at different ways – grounded in the research – that faculty can focus on encouraging students to learn. A few ways (amongst others) that we will explore include: Active Learning Techniques, Leading Effective Class Discussions, Teaching with Technology and Service Learning.

Facilitator: Katie Linder, Director, CTSE

RSVP or email ctse@suffolk.edu
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM Stay Connected to the Suffolk community with the OCHO!
Location: Donahue Lobby

Each Wednesday the OCHO has an information table in the Donahue lobby to help keep YOU connected. Get the latest updates on all the events and programs that are going on not only at Suffolk, but in Boston as well!
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM National Depression Screening Day
Join Counseling, Health, & Wellness for a quick mood screen, resources, and refreshments as we acknowledge Mental Health Awareness.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Inside Leadership Series: Mo Cowan

Mo Cowan is a former U.S. Senator from Massachusetts and grew up as the only Black student in a white school.  His story is about the emotional tug between the desire to be accepted by the larger white world versus the reality that to do so means rejecting many of the black friends he grew up with.  How does one juggle desire for success and loyalty to family/community when the two seem in conflict?

Hear his story at the upcoming Inside Leadership Series. The series introduces this generation's "self-made leaders" to the next by featuring successful business leaders who have used education, innovation, and collaboration to succeed in life. Leaders are interviewed by Larry Stybel, Executive in Residence at the Sawyer Business School before a student audience.

Past Inside Leadership Speaker podcasts are available online.

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Mindfulness Meditation

Join us for Mindfulness Meditation Wednesdays at 4 pm in the Interfaith Center!

For more information about Interfaith Events, please contact:
Reverend Amy Fisher, University Chaplain
Ext. 8325
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Mocktail Training Program
The Mocktail is an experimental training program that teaches networking skills.  The Mocktail is a unique training exercise.  The first part replicates a cocktail networking reception.  The second part of the program, the facilitators will debrief, provide observations and tips, and help participants refine their networking sills and be confident at future events.
4:45 PM - 5:00 PM Wednesday Night Paulist Center Supper Club
Help serve meals at the Paulist Center to those in need. Meet at the Center for Community Engagement, Donahue 209, at 4:45 pm. This is a weekly opportunity limited to the first 5 volunteers who R.S.V.P. through SUconnect. 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Orientation Leader Information Session
Interested in applying to be an orientation leader?  If so, you will be required to attend one of our information sessions.  We will provide a general overview of the position and give students a chance to ask questions.  Applicants will also be able to sign-up for a group interview, the next step for selection to the 2015 orientation team.

Applicants who are unable to attend any of the information session dates should contact orientation@suffolk.edu.
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM (Women's Tennis) Emerson vs. Suffolk
(Women's Tennis) Emerson vs. Suffolk, Final, 9-0
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Anatomy of a Sustainable Real Estate Project - 20 Somerset Street

Stay on top of the latest trends and practices in real estate with Suffolk University’s Center for Real Estate 6 week Professional Development Program.

Part II of our Professional Development Series
Anatomy of a Sustainable Real Estate Project - 20 Somerset Street

Drawing upon Suffolk University’s $62 million development project at 20 Somerset Street, students will learn why and how to incorporate sustainability into real estate projects and property management. This course will also encompass additional case studies such as Partner's HealthCare Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Boston Properties' Atlantic Wharf, Urban Edge's Jamaica Plain Apartments, and more. Topics include: high performing buildings (new construction and existing buildings), green leases, preparing for a changing climate, and developments in energy policy. 

Students will learn about:

  • Creating and operating buildings in a way that minimizes environmental impact, reduces emissions, contributes to health, and reduces operating costs
  • Engaging building occupants to help shape their environment
  • Designing leases to encourage environmental performance
  • Improving climate preparedness, from a municipal as well as organizational perspective
  • Complying with new state laws and city ordinances, such as the City of Boston Building Energy Reporting and Disclosure Ordinance (BERDO)

Speakers include:

  • Alicia Barton, CEO, Mass Clean Energy Center
  • Barbra Batshalom, Founder & CEO, Sustainable Performance Institute
  • John Bolduc, Environmental Planner, City of Cambridge
  • Brian Swett, Chief of Environment, Energy and Open Space, City of Boston
  • Caitriona Cooke, Senior Project Manager, Conservation Services Group
  • Chrystal Kornegay, President & CEO, Urban Edge
  • Deborah Howitt Easton, Partner, Sherin & Lodgen Real Estate Department
  • Erica Mattison, Legislative Director, Environmental League of MA (former Sustainability Coordinator, Suffolk University)
  • Grey Lee, Executive Director, US Green Building Council – MA Chapter
  • Hubert Murray, Manager of Sustainable Initiatives, Partners HealthCare
  • Jim Newman, Founder & Principal, Linnean Solutions
  • Noah Maslan, Project Manager, Samuels & Associates (former Director of Real Estate at Urban Edge)
  • Adam Sledd, Program Director, Commercial Real Estate Engagement, Institute for Market Transformation
  • Patrick Tedesco, AIA, LEED AP Principal, NBBJ

Dates: 6 consecutive Wednesday sessions
October 8, 2014
October 15, 2014
October 22, 2014
October 29, 2014
November 5, 2014
November 12, 2014


Why sign up?

  • Network with professionals from a variety of fields
  • Learn from experts from local and state government, industry, and non-profits
  • Discounted rates
Registration is required: https://realestatedevelopment.eventbrite.com
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Women's Volleyball) Suffolk at Gordon
(Women's Volleyball) Suffolk at Gordon, Final, 0-3

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