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May 30, 2013

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Thursday, May 30, 2013

All Day MBA Online New Student Orientation
MBA Online New Student Orientation
9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Master of Arts in Interior Architecture Graduate Exhibit

The Interior Architecture program showcases the work of our 11 Master of Arts in Interior Architecture graduates from the New England School of Art & Design at Suffolk University. 

Please come by and celebrate the accomplishments of our students with us at a reception in their honor on Friday, May 17, from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

MA Interior Architecture Graduates:
Hisham El Bassiouni
Nataliya DeMarco
Carlie Frazier
Kathryn Goldenoak
Faegheh Koohestani
Angela Raciti
Sonya Randell
Rebecca Rivers
Maria B. Santos-Kushnirsky
Vandana Sharma
Patty Zerhusen

11:45 AM - 12:30 PM Lifelong Learners' Lunch Club with Abigail Trafford

The Center for Executive Education invites you to a conversation with Abigail Trafford is an award-winning journalist and author of My Time: Making the Most of the Bonus Decades After 50.  In this interactive event, Ms. Trafford will discuss the issues and challenges we face in this new stage of unprecedented vitality after midlife.  How do we maintain or discover purpose, relationships, and meaning as we explore the potential in this new life stage both for ourselves and for society?

The fee for this event is $25 which will include a copy of the book and a light lunch.

Our co-hosts for this event are The Transition Network and Greater Boston Encore Action Network.

Questions?  Contact Julie Schniewind at jschniewind@suffolk.edu or (617) 305-1902.

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Driving the Mission Forward
Inspiring organizational teams to see your vision

Creating a shared vision of success for your team is among one of the most critical tasks for a CEO. How can we empower and move employees to push the organization’s mission forward through their daily work?

Join us for this half-day workshop to bring your mission to life and learn the steps for gaining the trust and confidence of your team.

In this workshop you will:

Participate in activities that highlight the importance of leading, delegating and running an effective team;
Learn how to communicate the shared vision to your team;
Discover how culture and environment is tied to overall management effectiveness;
Explore ways to engage and inspire your team to drive your mission forward;
Identify strategies to reinforce a culture centered around your organization’s mission; and,
Drive results to your bottom-line through employee engagement.


All participants will receive:

A free copy of Collecting Dust: 8 Reasons Nonprofit Strategic Plans Fail;
A free workbook with conceptual tools to inspire teams to move your mission forward; and,
Opportunities to collaborate with other non-profit executives on a range of activities designed to promote deeper engagement with your team.
6:00 PM - 6:00 PM Class of 2012: One Year Out!
Class of 2012, you are cordially invited to your
1 Year Out Celebration!

Thursday, May 30, 2013
6pm 

Scholars
25 School Street
Boston, MA

It has been a year since you’ve graduated from Suffolk and that is cause for a celebration! Join with your classmates and friends at Scholars for a chance to reconnect.

To register click here!
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM Rise of the Individual
A Ford Hall Forum event.

Featuring Nicco Mele (Founder, EchoDitto and author, The End of Big) and Kevin Bankston (Director, Free Expression Project, Center for Democracy & Technology). Moderated by Dharmishta Rood (Fellow, Harvard University Psychology Department).

The invention of the internet has opened an entirely new world of communication and, therefore, organization. With so much power now in the hands of the individual, one questions whether we need institutions anymore. As this technology progresses, we face an inevitable need to restructure our government systems, safety measures, and concept of ownership, as well as their attached legal implications. But while the world touts the internet as the prime conveyer of a bold, new democracy, we consider how it also ushers in sharper methods of surveillance and control. Moderator Dharmishta Rood leads Nicco Mele and Kevin Bankston in a bold discussion on how the internet is giving rise to the individual.

Sponsored by the Ford Hall Forum at Suffolk University. Free and open to the public; reserve your space here. For more information, please visit www.fordhallforum.org.

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