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Calendar – 5/8/03

Thursday 8

Threatre Production: Twelfth NightMay 7-11, 8pm, McCormack Theatre. General Admission $10, Students/Seniors $5. By William Shakespeare; directed by John Conlon. For more information, call 617-287-5640 or email [email protected].

King Oedipus8-9:30pm, Wheatley, 1st floor, Snowden Auditorium. Dates: May 9, 15, 16. For more information, go to http://www.geocities.com/umbclassicsclub, e-mail [email protected] or call 617-287-6123.

Graduate Student Assembly Meeting4-5:15pm, Wheatley, 4th floor, Student Lounge. The Graduate Student Assembly, the voice of graduate students at the UMASS Boston campus, is dedicated to enhancing the academic and professional development of graduate students. This includes support for graduate research and skill development. Our intention is to reach the whole of the graduate student body with the various programs we offer. Please see our website www.gsa.umb.edu for more information or call 617-287-7975.

Friday 9

Biology Department Seminar: “Niche conservatism and evolution: Implications for the conservation of biodiversity”2:30-3:30pm, Science Building, 1st floor, room 006. Featuring Dr. Robert Holt, University of Florida.

Student Luncheon with Chancellor Gora1-2pm. Share your background and discuss your experiences at UMass Boston. Please R.S.V.P. to Patricial MacNeil at 617-287-5800. First come, first served basis.

Saturday 10

African Night 2003 “Makambo”6pm-Midnight, Wheatley, 1st floor, Snowden Auditorium. The African Hut Club invites everyone for an evening of African cultural dances, poetry, drama, music and FOOD!!! The show runs from 6-9:30pm in the Snowden Auditorium, and the after-party from 10pm-midnight in the Wheatley Cafeteria. This event is FREE!

UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra 10th Anniversary Concert8 p.m., The Center for the Arts in Natick, 31 Main Street, Natick. Featuring Jon Ceander Mitchell, conductorMozart: Exsultate Jubilate; Susanna Ehly, sopranoAttr. Beethoven: Concerto in D; Linnea Bardarson, pianoHaydn: Trumpet Concerto; Seelan Manickam, trumpetWorks of Holst and UMB alumnus Landon RoseAdmission $12, $10 in advance through the Center for the Arts. For more information, call 617-287-5640 or email [email protected].

Monday 12

CPCS Forum on Family Violence5-6pm, Wheatley, 4th floor, CPCS Plaza. The event will also celebrate the publication of Family Abuse: Consequences, Theories and Responses by Sylvia I. Mignon, Calvin J. Larson, and William M. Holmes. Refreshments will be served.

UMass Boston Voice Division Recital7:30pm, Snowden Auditorium, Wheatley Hall. Featuring students of Marilyn Bulli, Suzanne Ehly, and David Giessow.

Tuesday 13

Gaston Institute Speakers Series: “Workforce Development in Boston: Recent Transitions” 1:30-2:30pm, Wheatley Building, 4th floor, Student Lounge. Featuring Edwin Meléndez.

Tuesday 13

Gaston Institute Speakers Series: “Workforce Development in Boston: Recent Transitions” 1:30-2:30pm, Wheatley Building, 4th floor, Student Lounge. Featuring Edwin Meléndez. For more information, call 617-287-5791.

Friday 16

College of Public and Community Service Award Ceremony and Reception7-9pm, McCormack, 3rd floor, Ryan Lounge. All December 2002 and May and August 2003 graduates are invited and are welcome to bring friends and family. The UMB Jazz Combo will entertain and light refreshments will be served. There is no charge for this event but graduates are asked to confirm their attendance with Suzanne Allmendinger at 617-287-7124 or via email at [email protected].

Theatre Department Dance Kaleidoscope8pm, McCormack Theatre. General Admission $10, Students/Seniors $5. For information and tickets call 617-287-7492 or email [email protected].

Saturday 17

Annual Senior Ball7pm, Sheraton Boston at the Prudential Center. For members of the undergraduate class of 2003. For further information and tickets, please call the Student Life Office at 617-287-7950.

Theatre Department Dance Kaleidoscope8 p.m., McCormack Theatre. General Admission $10, Students/Seniors $5. For information and tickets call 617-287-7492 or email [email protected].

Sunday 18

WUMB 91.9 FM Commonwealth Journal7:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Listen to interviews with scholars, writers, and public officials, examining current issues of interest to the people of Massachusetts. For more information, call 617-287-6900.

Light and Shadow: Two Concerts of Adventurous Music by UMB students and faculty8 p.m., Berwick Research Institute, Dudley Square, Roxbury, MA. For more information, visit www.berwickinstitute.org.

Tuesday 20

Maximizing Job Development: Marketing Materials That Open Employer Doors9am-4pm, UMB’s Institute for Community Inclusion, Hogan Center, Holy Cross, Worcester. Are your organization’s marketing materials as effective as they could be? Do they send the right message? This workshop addresses the basic skills behind resumes, letters, brochures, fact sheets, presentation books, and other marketing materials targeted toward the business community. A discussion of basic marketing principles will be included. Registration is required three weeks in advance ($75). ICI provides letters of attendance for CEU or CRC credit. For more information or questions about accommodations, call 617-287-4337 or email [email protected].

Monday 26

Memorial DayUniversity Closed.

Tuesday 27

College of Management Convocation5pm, Ryan Lounge, 3rd Floor, McCormack Hall. (Reception follows.)

Wednesday 28

College of Arts and Sciences Convocation7pm, Lipke Auditorium, 2nd Floor, Science Center. (Reception follows in McCormack Cafeteria.)

Thursday 29

Gerontology Program ConvocationSnowden Auditorium, 1st Floor, Wheatley Hall. (Reception follows.)

Graduate Studies Convocation5:30pm, Lipke Auditorium, 2nd Floor, Science Center. (Reception follows in McCormack Cafeteria.)

Saturday 31

UMass Boston Commencement10am, Bayside Exposition Center. For more information, visit: www.umb.edu/commencement.

Light and Shadow: Two Concerts of Adventurous Music by UMB students and faculty8pm, Berwick Research Institute, Dudley Square, Roxbury, MA. For more information, visit www.berwickinstitute.org.