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September 29, 2017

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Friday, September 29, 2017

All Day NCPP Annual Conference on Public Performance

Suffolk University Institute for Public Service hosts the 10th Annual National Center for Public Performance Conference: Sustaining Performance in Time of Transition.

The NCPP Conference is the premier conference for those interested in implementing the very latest in performance measurement and management in their organization.

Focusing on public and non-profit organizations, the NCPP Conference gives you the chance to hear from and meet scholars and professionals from around the country and receive multiple perspectives on and approaches to improving organizational performance.

Two-Day Conference
Thursday, September 28, through Friday, September 29, 2017

Keynote Speakers

Martin O’Malley, former Governor of Maryland

Dr. Donald Moynihan, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dr. Shelley Metzenbaum, Volker Alliance





All Day Online Course Design Institute
Faculty are invited to participate in the 4-week Online Course Design Institute. The OCDI is recommended for faculty who are preparing to teach an online course, interested in learning about developing an online course, or who may already be teaching an online course but would like to incorporate some additional online teaching and learning strategies. This interactive, online workshop has been redesigned to align with the research-based Quality Matters rubric. The OCDI runs Sep 18 - Oct 13.

Register Here.
All Day Yom Kippur

Jewish High Holy Day: Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement) begins at sunset and continues through the next day, 10 days after Rosh HaShanah (the Head of the Year). A day of reconciliation, Yom Kippur is the longest synagogue service of the year, where Jews seek forgiveness for their sins throughteshuvah (repentance), prayer, and fasting, striving to improve themselves and make amends with those they have wronged to make peace with G-d and their fellow human beings. [i]  

3:00 PM At the Intersections: A Ram Academy Program (Multi-Day Event)
Do you envision a future where you feel empowered to make real difference on important issues, like oppression, racism, LGBTQ+ equality, or gender equity? 

During the At the Intersections Retreat, we will dive into what social action means and looks like and explore activism as a college student. With a focus on building community and connections through social justice, participants will engage in dialogues on equality, access, and equity and will learn skills to find (or amplify) their voices for social, political, and environmental change in our communities. 

Come meet like-minded students and staff who are as passionate and excited about social action as you are!

Register at the "ticket" link above!
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Spotlight 2017-2018
A year-long series of new student work in development. Pizza Reception follows each presentation. FREE

Friday, March 2: The Swimmer, by F. Xavier Hogan directed by Kelsey Whipple ‘18
An absurdist classic about the encounters of a drowning man – at a bus stop.
Friday, March 30: Visiting Hours, written and directed by Olivia Lowe ‘18
Loving and living in a hospital visiting room.

Previous Spotlights

Friday, September 29: A Fish Without a Bicycle. written and directed by Justin Smith ‘19
Finding the way to fit into a complicated world….
Friday, November 3: Alive 2017, conceived and orchestrated by Jake Mariño ‘18
A Daft Punk-inspired collaborative, interactive dance club experience.
Friday, December 8: A Typical Love Story, written and directed by Adriana Zuniga-Acevedo ‘18 
The struggles of being an immigrant woman in America.
Friday, February 2: L’Arbre Du Performer, written and directed by Kane Harper ‘19
Performers can be the loneliest people.

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