An Unforgettable Commencement for '21

At ceremonies for the Class of 2021, Google Chief Health Officer Dr. Karen DeSalvo, BA '88, HDHL'10, told graduates "you have lived through you have the chance to change history."
One Year Later, Time to Celebrate

Cape Cod 5 Chair and CEO Dorothy Savarese, MBA '04, told members of the Class of 2020 that they "could be the most successful class to ever graduate from the Sawyer Business School."
SBS Earns AACSB Reaccreditation

Sawyer Business School is recognized by the global quality assurance organization for its 'focus on excellence' and providing a 'high-quality educational experience.'
CEO Magazine Rates Our MBA 'Tier #1'

The recognition "demonstrates we are preparing our students to succeed in the highly competitive global marketplace," said Dean Amy Zeng.
Professor Sandy Matava
Professor Wins National Public Service Award

Sandy Matava is recognized for her contributions to public service and helping to 'build the bench' for state, local, and nonprofit organizations.
Certificates Relaunch = More Opportunities

Suffolk continues to fulfill its mission of providing access to education with 26 new and revised graduate certificates across multiple business disciplines.
Professor Peter Martelli
Peter Martelli, Healthcare Administration, has been granted a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award for the 2021-22 year. He will be based in Tbilisi, Georgia, and his project aims to help improve quality and safety in the Georgian healthcare system through a combination of teaching and research. Martelli is the third Sawyer Business School professor to receive a Fulbright award in the past three years.
Earlier this month, Martelli and the Healthcare Administration Department hosted the 23rd annual Organization Theory in Health Care Association conference. It was the first time Suffolk University has hosted this prestigious international meeting. Through papers, posters, and symposia, the virtual attendees focused on the topic of coordination of work in healthcare.
Sonia Alleyne, MPA '01, Institute for Public Service, participated in a panel on “Race in the Workplace,” hosted by the UMass Boston Emerging Leaders Alumni Network. Attendees discussed their personal experiences, how they became an ally in the workplace, and how they encourage their respective employers to make space for honest discussions. In addition, they discussed being deliberate in the changes they want to see, particularly focused on company recruitment.
Virtual Grad School 101. Gain valuable insight into putting together a successful application for graduate school at our virtual seminar. You'll hear expert advice from Director of Graduate Admission Heather O'Leary and get an inside look at Suffolk's rich array of graduate degree options. This is your opportunity to learn how our highly experiential programs can fit into your busy life and position you to thrive.

Wednesday, July 7
6-7:30 p.m. EDT
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