Reach Out presents: "The Hook-Up" - a facilitated discussion about hooking-up, sexual assault, and bystander intervention. By incorporating Dr. David Lisak's research on serial predation we can examine how perpetrators' modus operandi is often masked by the accepted "norms" of hook-up culture.
The planning committee for all of the Martin Luther King Jr. celebratory events invites all staff and faculty to attend a special reception on Friday, January 30 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Loft.
During the lunch hour, stop by the Campus Engagement Fair to learn about the exciting and unique opportunities available to Berklee employees. Whether you’re into running, working out, food truck outings, lunch with colleagues, community volunteering, or sustainability, Berklee is home to a variety of committees and groups that build community away from the desk. Meet the members and hear about the many opportunities to get involved on campus and enrich your Berklee experience.
Can't make it to the fair? Learn about many different committees and groups in the Get Involved section under HR.
Join the Community-Building Committee for a celebratory happy hour before we all disperse for winter break. Some people may already be on vacation, but those of us hardy souls who remain on campus will come together for one final hurrah for 2014.
Prolific composer Philip Glass, widely credited as one of the most influential living figures in all of music, will discuss his long-awaited memoir, Words Without Music, which is soon to be released. Glass will engage in what promises to be a fascinating discussion with Kari Juusela, dean of Berklee’s Professional Writing and Music Technology Division.
Each ticket purchased includes a signed copy of Words Without Music.