A representative working on behalf of our accrediting agency, the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), will be visiting us from March 13-14 to evaluate Berklee on the results of the merger. Please join us at this info session to learn more about this visit in particular and about accreditation and why it matters.
All members of the Berklee community are invited to join professor Steve Wilkes and students from the Music Therapy and Percussion Departments for this opportunity to be massaged in an exquisite aural bath of low frequencies and quiet repetitive rhythms. It might just be one of the most relaxing experiences you have ever encountered.
Please arrive by the 1:00 p.m. start time and have all cellphones and electronics completely turned off. Bring your own yoga mat, if you wish. Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended.
With a new vision for Berklee in 2025 in place, the institution has been working diligently on the strategic plan for 2017-2020. David Mash, Berklee's senior vice president for innovation, strategy, and technology will share an update on the strategic planning process to date, review of the current state of the projects under consideration, and solicit feedback from the community.
This meeting is open to all members of the Berklee community. Please come and join the discussion!
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Student Allies in Anti-Violence Education Valencia (SAAVE Valencia) is a Berklee community, inspired by the open conversation and initiative founded by the original SAAVE on Berklee’s campus in Boston and open to all graduate and Study Abroad students on the campus in Valencia, Spain. SAAVE strives to be a safe space in which all narratives and communities are celebrated. Participants are expected to respect and support one another, and encouraged to challenge each other in pursuit of growth, individually and collectively.
The first SAAVE gathering will be held on Thursday February 9 at 1.30PM in the context of our Shifting the Conversation series. Clara Maurer, Krysse Barbosa and Nile Seabrooks will come in to present SAAVE and to help us take a closer look to the dynamics in place within our community. Lunch will be provided!
Other events will be held during the Spring semester in Valencia, including programming around Sexual Assault Awareness Week (April 18-23) which will be organized in parallel to efforts led from the Boston campus.
Please contact the Student Affairs office for more information and join the SAAVE Valencia Facebook group to know more about upcoming events, or if you want to become an active participant.