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April 10, 2015

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Friday, April 10, 2015

All Day SAAM: Clothing Drive for Rosie's Place, A Women's Shelter (Multi-Day Event)

Sexual Assault Awareness Month clothing drive to benefit Rosie's Place! Visit facebook.com/SuffolkUniversitySUPERs to find out what is needed and drop them off at the Student Wellness Resource Center, Diversity Services, the Center for Community Engagement, the Interfaith Center, at your residence hall, or the Law School.

All Day Passover (Multi-Day Event)
Jewish holy week that begins sundown the evening before the first day. 
All Day NEEPS 9th Annual Conference on the Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences (Multi-Day Event)
The Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Society (NEEPS) will hold its 9th Annual Conference on the Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences from Thursday, April 9th to Saturday, April 11th, 2015 at Suffolk University. This event is hosted by the Department of Psychology at Suffolk.

For more information, please visit: http://neeps2015.weebly.com/


All Day Freshmen Priority Registration / Non-Degree Registration begins @ 2PM
Freshmen Priority Registration / Non-Degree Registration begins @ 2PM
All Day Holy Friday
Orthodox Christian holyday
All Day Inclement Weather Make-up Day for all Monday, January 26 Evening Courses (UG, GR, PHD)
Inclement Weather Make-up Day for all Monday, January 26 Evening Courses (UG, GR, PHD)
All Day Interfaith Center Open for Prayer and Reflection
The Interfaith Center (D540) will be open for prayer and reflection during Orthodox Christian Holy Friday.
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Dissertation Defense - Renee Poulin
Renee Poulin will be defending her dissertation, titled "The Default Mode Network and Antisocial Tendencies," on Friday, April 10 from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM in Donahue 638A. Her dissertation committee includes Drs. Matthew Jerram (primary research advisor), Lance Swenson and David Gansler.
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Elder Law Institute XXI: Dissecting Trust Agreements - What Makes Them Work?
Presented by the Health and Biomedical Law Concentration and MassNAELA.

If you were told to draft a trust, where would you begin? This program highlights the essential elements of drafting a “typical” trust, including: the meaning of each clause, which clauses you can add, and which clauses you shouldn’t change.

The program will hone your skills in drafting and amending trusts; review the essential differences between revocable and irrevocable trusts (beside the obvious); what are nominee trusts; powers of appointment; discuss when to use trust protectors; independent trustees; and more!

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

Location:  Suffolk University Law School | 120 Tremont Street Boston, MA
9:00 AM - 4:00 PM TIAA CREF Individual Counseling Sessions
A TIAA CREF representative will be on site to provide Individual Counseling Sessions for Suffolk University personnel.

To schedule an appointment with TIAA-CREF representative, Antonios Giakoumis, call 800-732-8353. Sessions take place in the Human Resources Office, 5th floor, 73 Tremont Street
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM Dissertation Defense - Erin Hill
Erin Hill will be defending her dissertation, titled "A Systematic Review of the Child Behavior Checklist-Dysregulation Profile and its Association with Psychopathology and Executive Functions," on Friday, April 10 from 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM in Donahue 638A. Her dissertation committee includes Drs. Lance Swenson (primary research advisor), Matthew Jerram, Alysa Doyle and Lisa Coyne.
 
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM Law School Admitted Student Day
Suffolk University Law School Office of Admission hosts our admitted students. Admitted students will participate in a mock class, listen to a faculty panel discussion and mingle with alumni, current students and faculty in a reception following the events.

More details and RSVP
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM (Baseball) Suffolk at Rivier
(Baseball) Suffolk at Rivier, Game Played at Franklin Pierce University (Rindge, N.H.), Final, 10-11
6:00 PM - 8:50 PM JSA N-JIN Scavenger
Students from various schools will be participating in a scavenger hunt to learn about the Japanese culture in Boston.
73- Tremont 9th floor
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM SAE Poker night
"Texas holdem" poker tournament bracket style fundraiser there will be three prizes! (giftcards!) Donahue 403
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Keynote Presentation by Felix Warneken
Harvard psychologist and social cognition researcher Dr. Felix Warneken will speak on the evolution and development of cooperation and altruism in humans. The talk is open to all Suffolk students, faculty, and staff. For more details, please e-mail djglass@suffolk.edu.

Location:
Lorimer Hall, Tremont Temple Baptist Church, 88 Tremont St., Boston, Mass., 02108.

This event is part of the Northeastern Evolutionary Psychology Society's (NEEPS) 9th Annual Conference on the Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences at Suffolk University, hosted by Suffolk's Department of Psychology. For more conference details and registration info, please see the official website (http://neeps2015.weebly.com/) or e-mail djglass@suffolk.edu.
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM Suffolk Anime Club Animation night
Share Japanese culture with movies, and food in Donahue 403
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM (Baseball) Suffolk at Rivier
(Baseball) Suffolk at Rivier, Game Played at Franklin Pierce University (Rindge, N.H.) -- Postponed due to heavy fog, Postponed
8:00 PM The Servant of Two Masters
The Servant of Two Masters

by Carlo Goldoni
adaptation by Oded Gross and Tracy Young
original music by Paul James Prendergast
original lyrics by Oded Gross, Paul James Prendergast and Tracy Young

directed by Caitlin Langstaff
presented by the Suffolk University Theatre Department

Tickets: $15 General, $10 Students

Big laughs of 1753 continue to ring out in 2015 with this new adaptation. The Suffolk University Theatre Department is delighted to present the great comedy masterpiece, The Servant of Two Masters. Our hero is Truffaldino, a wily - and always ravenously hungry - servant who wants to double his wages and eat a big dinner. To do that, Truffaldino has to scramble through multiple identities, narrow escapes... and romance. 

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