Faculty Panel Discussion
Sustainability in Action! Small Steps to a Greener Future
Tuesday, October 5, 1– 2:30pm

Sustainability in and outside the classroom is more of a possibility then you may have imagined. A greener future doesn’t have to be overwhelming or out of reach; small changes can have a huge impact. A panel of faculty members who have made their classrooms greener will share their insights. Register Online

Miriam Weismann, Associate Professor, Business Law
Denyce Wicht, Assistant Professor, Chemistry & Biochemistry
Yvette Perullo, Adjunct Professor, NESAD


Afternoon Tea Discussion
Is Green Really Gold?
Tuesday, October 12th, 12-1pm

This discussion will address the hot topic of how businesses are helping to create demand for green courses in marketing, entrepreneurship, technologies, and eco-friendly products. We will examine Suffolk’s current efforts in and future plans for developing courses that equip our students with the skills and knowledge needed to meet this growing market. Register Online.

Sushil Bhatia, Executive-in-Resident, Strategy & International Business, SBS



Faculty Workshop
Blackboard: Making the Classroom a Little Bit Greener
Thursday, October 14, 1– 2:30pm

Did you know the new version of Blackboard offers many easy ways to enrich your classes, while reducing the need for paper? See how Blackboard makes it easy to supply feedback and grade assignments, identify and share online videos and ready-made presentations, monitor students’ Blackboard activity, and hold virtual classes. Join Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist for the Business School, for a guided tour of Blackboard version 9.1 and the features that can help you teach with technology while becoming environmentally friendlier at the same time. Register Online

Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technolgist, SBS