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November

November 1, Friday

Teacher Test Preparation Workshop: Communication and LiteracyTaking the MTEL (Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure)? Need help on the test? Sign up for our Prep Test workshop. Call (617) 287-7625 and sign up. The Friday class will be held in the Troy Room on the second floor of Wheatley from 6:00-9:00pm. There will be a Saturday class in the Troy Room on the second floor of Wheatley running from 10:00am-noon. You must attend both sessions.

Remembrance ServiceA time when everyone can come together and share in the common experience of remembering those special to us. To be held at noon in the Interfaith Chapel on the third floor of McCormack. Lunch will be served.

Faculty recital, to take place in Harbor Art Gallery, McCormack, firstfloor, Friday, Nov. 1, 12:30 – 1:30; admission free and open to public: “Sounds of a Royal Flute: Chamber Music of the 18th-century,” performed by Mary Oleskiewicz, Baroque flute and David Schulenberg, Harpsichord. Works of C.P.E. Bach, J.J. Quantz and their Circle.

Saturday, November 2

Teacher Test Preparation Workshop: Communication and LiteracyTaking the MTEL (Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure)? Need help on the test? Sign up for our Prep Test workshop. Call (617) 287-7625 and sign up. There will be a class in the Troy Room on the second floor of Wheatley running from 10:00am-noon. You must attend both sessions.

Monday, November 4

Family, Friends, and CancerCome and share stories about how your experiences with how cancer has affected you and your family. Everyone who has been touched by cancer is invited to join us in a discussion on how this illness affects our lives. Join Chris Allen and Katia Fredriksen of the Clinical Psychology Department in sharing stories and support from 12:30-1:30pm in the Wellness Center on the first floor of McCormack.

Tuesday, November 5

Public Speaking PracticeBrought to you by the Accounting and Finance Academy and Delta Sigma Pi, get up and speak! Stop by in M-5-211 from 3:00-4:00pm. Open to everyone, no preparation required. Come and participate or just relax.

Thursday, November 7

Diabetes and Latinos, Addressing Health LiteracyA discussion with Dharma E. Cortes, Ph.D. in the Library Staff Lounge of the Healey Library on the eleventh floor from 1:00-2:30pm. Lunch is provided without charge for those who make reservations in advance.

Friday November 8The Irish band the Wolftones at the Banshee, 934 Dorchester Avenue (617) 436-9747. Tickets cost $20

Monday, November 11

National Geographic Explorer’s The Search for PT 109An exclusive screening of Search for PT 109 will be shown at the John F. Kennedy Library at 5:30pm. Following the screening, the Kennedy Library will host a panel discussion with Dr. Robert Ballard, expedition leader; Maxwell Kennedy, expedition crew member; and Richard Keresey, captain of the PT 105. Boyd Matson, host of the National Geographic Explorer will moderate the discussion. For more information, call (617) 929-4571.

Thursday, November 14

African American Health StudiesTo be held at Northeastern University, the second part of the Phi Beta sponsored discussions of the health of African Americans. In Curry Student Center, Rm. 442, at 6pm, covering Diabetes Types I & II and high blood pressure. For more information, contact Michelyn LaFrance at [email protected].

Friday, November 15

Chancellor Gora’s Student LuncheonShare your background and experiences at UMass Boston from 12:30-1:30pm. If you wish to attend, please call Patricia MacNeil, Student Affairs, at (617) 287-5800. Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.