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April 11, 2016

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Monday, April 11, 2016

All Day Fall 2016 pre-registration opens for new students - Madrid Campus
Fall 2016 pre-registration opens for new SUMC students [Madrid]
12:00 AM Designing and Teaching Online Courses Mini Institute: Designing Your Online Course to Fit More Than One Delivery Model

Designing and Teaching Online Courses (DTOC) Mini Institutes
(Formerly Online Course Design Mini-Institutes)
Weekly starting March 21
Facilitator: Linda Bruenjes, Technology Innovation for Learning and Teaching, Associate Director, CTSE

Are you new to teaching online?  Have you taught online in the past but want to learn more about particular online teaching strategies?  Do you want to join a group of online educators to discuss or learn how to use tools that enhance the online learning experience?  Are you interested in learning how to spend more time supporting learning and less time on repetitive activities?  Have you kept up with the evolving pedagogy of teaching online?  If you can answer YES to any of these questions, we invite you to sign up for this series of mini-institutes. Faculty and staff are invited to sign up for the entire series, one in the series, or a select few to which you can commit the time.  Each mini-institute will be one week in length. All institutes will be held online. Participants will be given instructions prior to the start date.

 

April 11 – April 17

DTOC-MI #4 (Formerly OCD-MI #4): Designing Your Online Course to Fit More Than One Delivery Model.

Structure an engaging online course that can fit multiple delivery models and various time frames.

Learning Objectives:  In this mini-institute, participants will:

  • List topics to be included in an online course
  • Convert topics into modules that can be delivered in multiple formats
  • Create module titles meant to engage students
  • Develop learning objectives for modules
8:30 AM Graphic Design Program Student Exhibit (Multi-Day Event)
Graphic Design Program Student Exhibit
April 11 - April 21, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, April 15, 2016, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.

The old-fashioned 'in-a-box' design doesn't work anymore. Practicing graphic designers today must be multidisciplinary, willing to work in a team and across platforms. This exhibit will demonstrate how NESAD prepares graphic designers to meet the communications challenges of tomorrow, assigning practical projects that call for conceptually strong design solutions to client problems. 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Stay connected to the Suffolk community and OCHO!

Stop by our information table and stay connected to the Off-Campus Housing Office. Get the latest updates on events and programs for commuter & off-campus students. FREE snacks and chances to WIN SWAG!

Donahue Lobby
 

11:00 AM - 1:00 PM Dissertation Defense-Nick Taylor
Nick Taylor will be defending his dissertation titled "Trait Hostility, Pre-Sleep Arousal and Sleep Quality" on Monday April 11th from 11:00am-1:00pm in the McDermott Conference Room.  His dissertation committee includes Drs. Gary Fireman (primary research advisor), Amy Marks, and Michael Suvak.
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM Law School: Red Sox Opening Day Viewing Party
Come & cheer on the Red Sox as they take on the Orioles in their home opener!

Location: Function Room 
4:00 PM - 7:00 PM (Men's Tennis) Suffolk at Bridgewater St.
(Men's Tennis) Suffolk at Bridgewater St., Final, 4-5
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Mindfulness (Buddhist) Meditation
Come join us in the Interfaith Center (D540) for Buddhist/mindfulness meditation on Mondays at 4PM!
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM Reel Queer Film Series: Out in the Night
Join the Office of Diversity Services and Rainbow Alliance for their Reel Queer Film Series. Come hang out, get connected, and talk about life at Suffolk, coming out as LGBTQ, roommates, families, and more! 

In 2006, under the neon lights of a gay-friendly neighborhood in New York City, a group of African-American lesbians were violently threatened by a man on the street. The women fought back and were later charged with gang assault and attempted murder. The tabloids quickly dubbed them a gang of "Killer Lesbians" and a "Wolf Pack." Three pleaded guilty to avoid a trial, but the remaining four — Renata, Patreese, Venice and Terrain — maintained their innocence. The award-winning Out in the Night examines the sensational case and the women's uphill battle, revealing the role that race, gender identity and sexuality play in our criminal justice system.

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM President's Roundtable
Join the Student Government Association for the final President's Roundtable of the 2015-2016 academic year. This roundtable discussion is an opportunity for club leaders to meet other leaders, brainstorm event and co-sponsorship ideas, share their concerns or comments about the state of the University, and look for ways to work together. Event is invite only and open to club Presidents only.

​Donahue 403
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM Protecting Our Kids: How Sex Offender Laws Are Failing Us

Join us for a reading, presentations, and discussion of this controversial and important topic. Professor and author Emily Horowitz will read from her book, Protecting our Kids? How Sex Offender Laws are Failing Us. Rachel Corey, Executive Director of the Criminal Justice Policy Coalition, will join us to discuss the situation in Massachusetts. 

This thought-provoking work raises important questions about sex offender laws, drawing from personal stories, research, and data to prove the policies promote fear, destroy lives, and fail to protect children. This event is co-sponsored by the Criminal Justice Policy Coalition.


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