Business Editor Greg Gatlin to leave Herald
After a decade as a writer, columnist and editor, Boston Herald Business Editor Greg Gatlin is leaving the newspaper to take over as director of public affairs at Suffolk University, effective in March. Here’s the full release: Greg Gatlin named Director of Public Affairs at Suffolk University (Boston - February 7, 2008) Longtime Boston journalist Greg Gatlin has been named Director of Public Affairs for Suffolk University in Boston. Gatlin will supervise all print, broadcast and online media relations for the University, including the Law School, College of Arts and Sciences, Sawyer [suite...]
Date: 2008-02-07 22:25:09
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Urban Reformer Booker to Speak at Commencement
Suffolk University, located in historic downtown Boston, with international campuses in Madrid and Dakar, Senegal, is a comprehensive global institution distinguished by the teaching and the intellectual contributions of its faculty. Suffolk University offers a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs in more than 90 areas of study. Its mission is to provide access to excellence in higher education to students of all ages and backgrounds, with strong emphasis on [suite...]
Date: 2010-05-19 00:26:55
The Department of Communication invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor position with specialization in Public Relations starting August 2011. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in communication or related field and relevant professional background. ABD applicants will be considered, but are only eligible for tenure-track status upon completion of the terminal degree. The ideal candidate will teach courses in principles, advanced writing and campaigns. Also, the person should embrace a global perspective, cultural diversity, and an understanding of the new [suite...]
Date: 2007-10-18 12:24:52
This summer there is a wonderful opportunity for anyone interested ...
The Black Studies Program at Suffolk University in Boston is having a summer program in Dakar Senegal. The Gewel Tradition is a central part of the class offerings with two of the classes being taught by members of the Sing Sing family- BLKST 263 – Sabar: The Music and Dance of Senegal and BLKST 264 – The Gewel Tradition in Sound and Motion. Both classes recognize the connection between the drum rhythms and the dance steps so there is an element of each in both classes. BLKST 263 has dance as the focus and in this class students will be introduced to sabar dance technique and traditional [suite...]
Date: 2008-12-15 11:15:28
Sing Sing at Suffolk Sing Sing Visits Boston, MA This past April ...
This past April (2008), the Géwël Tradition Project had a great success as Suffolk University’s Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program hosted three generations of the Faye family: Vieux Sing Faye, the Baj Géwël of Dakar, his sons Moustapha and Aziz Faye, and his grandson Malik Ngom. It should be noted that Moustapha, Malick and other members of the family first taught at the Suffolk University campus in Dakar, Senegal in 2001. Their visit to Boston is the result of this long relationship between the Suffolk University Black Studies program and the Sing Sing family. Their participation [suite...]
Date: 2008-11-30 15:13:50
[Wadabo_updates] Travel to Senegal with Fatou Carol Sylla & Sadio ...
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Date: 2006-10-19 18:07:00
Bordeaux école de management ouvre un campus à Dakar
Samedi 7 juin dernier, Bordeaux école de management (BEM) conviait lors d'une journée d'information au Sofitel Teranga lycéens, étudiants et parents d'élèves à Dakar. BEM - anciennement ESC Bordeaux -, établissement de formation supérieure aux disciplines de la gestion est en effet en train d'ouvrir une filière au Sénégal, dont la première promotion devrait être accueillie dès septembre 2008. Si des accords bilatéraux existent de longue date entre les départements et UFR de certaines universités françaises et sénégalaises, permettant des échanges académiques [suite...]
Date: 2008-06-09 06:48:00