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March 22, 2016

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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

All Day Fall Advising
Fall Advising
8:30 AM - 8:30 PM Annual Illustration Student Exhibit

The work displayed includes the artwork of Illustration majors and minors, sophomore through senior, produced in the past year in Illustration Program classes.  It was selected by a jury of illustration professionals - Susy Pilgrim-Waters, James Steinberg, Mike Scaramozzino and Dale Stephanos.  

Everyone is welcome to the opening reception on Thursday, March 31 from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.



1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Blood Spatter Event
How do we understand what happened a long time ago, or in a galaxy far, far away?Scientific models which span the vast size of both space and geologic time rely on the results of experiments done in conditions tractable on a human scale. For example, models of solar system formation and planetary atmospheres depend on a deep knowledge of the structure and behavior of gases such as carbon monoxide. Kathryn’s senior thesis project involved using the results of absorption spectroscopy measurements done at the SOLEIL Synchrotron facility in France to construct quantum mechanical models of transitions in sulfur monoxide and carbon monoxide. She will cover the astrochemical motivations behind the project, the experimental techniques involved, and the modeling methods that allow the experimental results to be interpreted to apply to environments far beyond our reach.Kathryn graduated from Wellesley College in 2015 with summa cum laude, where she was awarded several recognitions, including the prestigious Phyllis J. Fleming Award for Distinction in Physics and the Katharine Malone Sophomore Prize for Academic Excellence. She had the privilege to work at the SOLEIL Synchrotron Facility in Paris, France on two occasions. Currently she is in the graduate program at the Physics Department at Stanford University.Please join us for this interesting presentation, especially if you are intrigued by science and you are considering graduate school programs. Kathryn will be glad to share her experience with getting ready for and choosing a graduate program, her initial experiences as a graduate student with her classes, teaching, scientific research as well as regarding graduate life in general.

​Donahue 403
1:00 PM - 2:15 PM Quantum Modeling of Small Molecules in Interstellar Space

How do we understand what happened a long time ago, or in a galaxy far, far away?

Scientific models which span the vast size of both space and geologic time rely on the results of experiments done in conditions tractable on a human scale. For example, models of solar system formation and planetary atmospheres depend on a deep knowledge of the structure and behavior of gases such as carbon monoxide. Kathryn’s senior thesis project involved using the results of absorption spectroscopy measurements done at the SOLEIL Synchrotron facility in France to construct quantum mechanical models of transitions in sulfur monoxide and carbon monoxide. She will cover the astrochemical motivations behind the project, the experimental techniques involved, and the modeling methods that allow the experimental results to be interpreted to apply to environments far beyond our reach.

Kathryn graduated from Wellesley College in 2015 with summa cum laude, where she was awarded several recognitions, including the prestigious Phyllis J. Fleming Award for Distinction in Physics and the Katharine Malone Sophomore Prize for Academic Excellence. She had the privilege to work at the SOLEIL Synchrotron Facility in Paris, France on two occasions.  Currently she is in the graduate program at the Physics Department at Stanford University.

Please join us for this interesting presentation, especially if you are intrigued by science and you are considering graduate school programs. Kathryn will be glad to share her experience with getting ready for and choosing a graduate program, her initial experiences as a graduate student with her classes, teaching, scientific research as well as regarding graduate life in general. 

​Donahue 637
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM 10 Best Kept Jewish Secrets
Please join the Interfaith Center and Suffolk University Hillel for this 10-week event on Tuesdays at 1:30PM in Donahue 540!

For more information about Suffolk Hillel, contact:
Miriam Blue at hillel@suffolk.edu

Check out the other events going on in the Interfaith Center on the website or contact Rev. Amy Fisher at interfaith@suffolk.edu for more information!
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Christian Bible Study
Come join us in the Interfaith Center (Donahue 540) on Tuesdays at 4:00PM! 


For more information on other evens going on in the Interfaith Center, check out the Suffolk Interfaith Center website or follow us on twitter @RevAmyFisher, email us at interfaith@suffolk.edu!
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Dove's Cry, a Film by Ganit Ilouz
Dove's Cry follows the story of Hadeel, a 27-year-old religious Muslim woman who teaches Arabic at a Jewish elementary school. The film shows her relationship with both pupils and members of the school staff, affording all those involved with an opportunity to observe others' culture, refute prejudices, and dissolve fears. However, the meeting of these two cultures will inevitably result in some clashes, when back home Hadeel is being pressured to get married.

The screening will take place in the Paramount Center at Emerson College (559 Washington St, Boston, MA 02111). The film will be shown with English subtitles. 

This event is co-sponsored by the Department of Communication and Journalism, the WGS program, the Government Department, and Emerson College.


4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Religion & Politics Series: Marriage Equality
Part 3 in the Religion and Politics series discusses religion in relation to marriage equality.

Look out for the final event in this series. 

For more information about other Interfaith Center events, please contact: Reverend Amy Fisher, University Chaplain at interfaith@suffolk.edu, ext.8325

 

5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Reel Queer Film Series: Better Than Chocolate
Join the Office of Diversity Services and Rainbow Alliance for their Reel Queer Film Series. We will be watching "Better Than Chocolate" - pizza will be provided! 

Maggie has recently moved out on her own, and has started a relationship with another woman, Kim. However, Maggie's mother Lila and brother, who are forced to move into her loft sublet with her, are unaware that she is a lesbian. Maggie's freedom is compromised, and she believes she must keep her blossoming affair a secret. However, the clandestine romance introduces Maggie's family to a host of new experiences, many of which are "better than chocolate". 

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Journey to Cultural Exchange 2016
Hosted by AIESEC Boston, The Journey to Cultural Exchange will introduce to Suffolk students a variety of exchange opportunities over the summer 2016. At the event, students will learn more about global programs such as: volunteer, internship, working, and teaching opportunities abroad available in 8 countries: Morocco, Spain, Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, China, and India. BSBA students may apply to count the exchange towards their Global Engagement requirement (petition the Dean's Office). Global Business majors may be able to count the opportunity towards their travel requirement. Event co-sponsor: International Student Services Office & Study Abroad Office. Have a productive summer while making an impact on the world. AIESEC is the world's largest youth-operated organization that stretches across 125 countries and territories. Our platform provides our members with an integrated development experience comprised of leadership opportunities, international internships, and a global learning environment / aiesecus.orgGlobal Citizen program: citizen.aiesecus.orgGlobal Talent program: talent.aiesecus.orgGlobal Entrepreneurs program: entrepreneurs.aiesecus.org

​Somerset Cafe
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM SuffolkConnect: Second Annual Law School Alumni-Student Networking Reception

Suffolk University Law School Offices of Alumni Engagement and Professional & Career Development invite you to attend

SuffolkConnect: Annual Law School Alumni-Student Networking Reception
 
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
6:00- 8:00pm
Omni Parker House
60 School Street, Boston

Come share your wisdom and experience with our newest Suffolk Law students, as well as re-connect with fellow alumni.

RSVP



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