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March 19, 2015

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Thursday, March 19, 2015

All Day Fall Advising
Fall Advising
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM "Chiang Yee: The Silent Traveller from the East"
The Adams Gallery at Suffolk University presents artwork from an exiled 20th century Chinese artist-author in the exhibit Chiang Yee: The Silent Traveller from the East. The exhibit is focused on illustrations from Chiang Yee’s 1959 travel book about Boston.

The exhibit features original Chiang Yee drawings and watercolors, reproductions of illustrations from his Silent Traveller book on Boston from the Boston Athenaeum’s collection, and photographs of the artist-author.

The exhibit was inspired by English Professor Da Zheng's book about Chiang Yee.

More about Chiang Yee and the exhibit.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Coffee Hour
Join us for FREE coffee and FREE bagels from Breugger's Bagels!

We are the Office of Diversity Services and we are located in A481.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Midday Prayer and Lunch with the Deacon
Come join the Interfaith Center (Donahue 540) for Midday Prayer and Lunch with the Deacon!
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Buddhist Koan Study
Come join us in the Interfaith Center (Donahue 540) at 1:00pm to discuss Buddhist koans selected from the Mumonkan!
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM English Department Open House
Join English Department faculty and fellow English students in our department on the 8th floor of 73 Tremont. Come chat with professors, learn about course offerings for the fall, and get info on upcoming events. Students will also have the chance to win prizes!

Sponsored by Suffolk University Department of English.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Evidence-Informed Policy and Randomized Evaluations
The Suffolk Philosophy Society and the Philosophy Department present an event in the Philosophy Colloquium Series:

Evidence-Informed Policy and Randomized Evaluations: Rigorous Research and Ethical Conduct in Social Policy Studies
Graham Simpson, Policy Associate, J-PAL North America
Geeti Mehra, Policy Associate, J-PAL North America
ABSTRACT: What is the effect of extending health insurance to the uninsured? Can cognitive behavioral therapy help males in Chicago stay out of jail? More generally, how can we be confident in estimating the impact of an innovative program? When policymakers have to choose how to spend limited resources on multiple programs, decisions should be informed by rigorous estimates of programs’ casual effects. Policy Associates from MIT’s Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) will discuss the role of randomized evaluations in studying social programs. We will give examples of studies that informed debates in public policy, focusing on the Oregon Health Insurance Experiment, an evaluation of extending Medicaid to low-income, uninsured adults, and an evaluation of Becoming a Man, a school-based Chicago program intended to help at-risk males. We will discuss logistical, political, and ethical concerns surrounding randomized evaluations, offering solutions where possible.

Refreshments will be served.
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Christian Conversations and Bible Study
Come join us in the Interfaith Center (Donahue 540) at 4:00pm!
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Cutting In-House Legal Spending Through Contract Automation
This program will offer an overview of automated contract assembly and how it can reduce legal department costs. The panelists will describe the inefficiencies they have seen in their legal departments prior to the implementation of automated document assembly; explain how automation made contract creation better, faster, and cheaper; and offer a demonstration of the systems that they use in their practices.

Come and learn how you too can save money and time in your business or practice!

For more information and to register please visit the course webpage.

Location:  Suffolk University Law School | 120 Tremont Street Boston, MA
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Networking for Career Success
You are invited to participate in Networking for Career Success, a training program that teaches networking skills. Networking for Career Success is a unique training experience that takes place in two parts. The first part is a fun, highly interactive, experiential session that replicates a networking cocktail reception with food and drinks.  The second part is a group  “debrief” and where you will receive feedback and suggestions for improving your networking efforts before, during and after events.  At the event, you will receive materials, including a profile that contains very basic information you will use (supplementing facts from your own life) during the exercise. Each profile is strategically designed to have something in common with a number of other people in the room. The goal for you is to find those people by using your networking skills. By the end of this two hour session, you will have a better understanding of how important networking is to career success and how to do it effectively. 

This event is restricted to Sawyer Business School Graduate Students only. 

For full event information and registration please RSVP using password sbsgrad2015.

There is a $25 no-show fee applied to each of these events. If you RSVP, and are unable to attend, you must notify the office within 24 hours.
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM WWII in Retrospect: Documenting Women in Occupied France
With ongoing discoveries of documents and belated recognition of contributors to the Allied victory, the history of WWII is still unfolding. The discussion will focus on the underrepresented experiences of women in Occupied France and the importance of archives in preserving the collective memory of war. The event will also celebrate the donation of Margaret Collins Weitz’s personal papers to the Moakley Archive and Institute.

Panel Discussion and Reception, free and open to the public

• James Carroll, Distinguished Scholar in Residence, Suffolk University (moderator)
• Robert Allison, Professor and Chair History Department, Suffolk University
• Susan Rubin Suleiman, C. Douglas Dillon Professor of French Civilization, Harvard University
• Margaret Collins Weitz, Professor Emerita, Suffolk University
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Prison Book Program
Join us for an evening of service at the Prison Book Program in Quincy to help promote education and literacy for prisoners. Read letters from prisoners and sort and package books to be sent to them. Volunteers meet at the Center for Community Engagement, Donahue 209, at 5:30 and travel together to Quincy. This is a weekly opportunity limited to the first 6 volunteers who R.S.V.P. through SUconnect.
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Social Justice Series Keynote Event: An Evening with Marc Lamont Hill "Free 'em all? Re-imagining the Prison in the 21st Century"
The Social Justice Series Keynote Event
An Evening with Dr. Marc Lamont Hill "Free 'em all? Re-imagining the Prison in the 21st Century"
Thursday, March 19th
6:00 - 7:30pm
46 Joy Street, Boston, MA 02114
Please note this is a ticked event. Registration details are below.
Join Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, one our nation's leading public intellectuals, for a dynamic keynote address in the historic sanctuary of the African Meeting House, just a few steps from our campus. Dr. Hill will focus on the intersections of race, masculinity, and incarceration. He will touch vastly on the importance of understanding the prison industrial complex through a racial justice and social justice framework. More details to follow. Please visit the Social Justice Series website for the most up-to-date details. 

Marc Lamont Hill will deliver a keynote lecture examining the role of mass incarceration in 21st Century society. Dr. Hill will spotlight the ways in which racial inequality and neo-liberalism help shape the current crisis of mass incarceration and retributive justice. He also offers strategies for imagining and creating "a world without prisons."

This event is cosponsored by Black Student Union, Women's and Gender Studies, Student Government Association, Residence Life & Housing, Rainbow Alliance, American Studies, Communication and Journalism, and the Suffolk University Alumni Association. 

Registration details:

Current students, staff, and faculty, should complete this form to register for the event. Starting March 2nd, your tickets will be available for pick-up in the Office of Diversity Services (Archer 481) 5 business days after you register. 

Alumni should complete this form. Please note: Alumni should print their confirmation since they will not be given paper tickets. 

Community members who are not affiliated with the university should reach out to The Office of Diversity Services. 

The Social Justice Series is an annual series of events focused on a specific social justice related theme. Our goals are to raise awareness, educate, and engage the campus community through social justice education and programming. Past series themes have included Engaging the a Meaningful Race Dialogue, Equity and Access to Education, and The Year of the Ally. For information about the Social Justice Series or to register for one of our evens, please visit our Social Justice Series

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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM W!CKED Show
Come see W!CKED big show of the year! This show will be filled with competitions, incredible hip-hop groups from colleges and professionals. This is definitely a show you will not want to miss! 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Shockheaded Peter
A New England Premiere created for the stage by Julian Crouch and Phelim McDermott
original music and lyrics by The Tiger Lillies
originally conceived and produced by Michael Morris for Cultural Industry, London
directed by Steven Bogart
featuring Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys
presented by Company One Theatre and Suffolk University

March 6 - April 4

Fall into the world of Victorian SteamCRUNK nightmares as a manic music-box spins stories of naughty children and misguided parents. Silly and sinister, Shockheaded Peter, with the musical mayhem of Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys, dares us to ask what's beneath the floorboards. Don't miss this most damning tale ever told on stage. 
10:00 PM - 11:00 PM Seriously Bent Thursday Dorm Show
Have a laugh every Thursday during the Seriously Bent dorm show! Every Thursday at 10pm join Seriously Bent in the 150 Tremont basement for some hilarious improv for free. 

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