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November 19, 2013

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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

All Day First Year Service and Action Program (Multi-Day Event)
The First-Year Service in Action Program engages students in their first year in multiple service opportunities on campus. Opportunities include special events with Community Action Programs, participating in the Jimmy Fund Walk in Boston, and other programs sponsored by the Bernon Center. Students can get involved through their First-Year Seminar class, by contacting their class dean, or by contacting Chris Bourcier at cbourcier@babson.edu or by calling (781) 239-5636.
Babson Campus
All Day Global Entrepreneurship Week (Multi-Day Event)
More details: http://www.babson.edu/gew, #babsonGEW
6:30 AM - 7:20 AM Wellness - Boot Camp
Boot Camp is a 50 minute, two day a week program involving work with agility ladders, medicine balls, resistance bands, and bodyweight.   Every muscle will get a workout.   The instructor, Sonny Romano, will use a variety of exercises to activate multiple muscle groups and burn the maximum amount of calories in the time frame.  
Babson Campus
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM Babson Campus and Webinar: Managing Risks in Cyberspace
Babson Campus and Webinar:
Managing Legal Risks in Cyberspace
Join us for the final part of a series designed to discuss legal issues related to entrepreneurial ventures with an expert in the field and with your fellow business peers. 
 
This session will highlight a legal issue and invite you to participate in a round-table discussion. The forum will also provide an opportunity to offer suggestions for future topics for future series.  Each session will also be broadcast through WebEx so you can watch the session remotely if you are unable to attend.


Session 2: Tangled Up in the Web: Copyright Considerations in Cyberspace
Presenter : Dan Fink
Date : Tuesday, November 19
Time : 7:30 – 8:45 a.m. (coffee and networking followed by the presentation at 7:45 a.m.)
Location: Babson Campus, Blank Center Televideo Room or Online via Webex
Parking: Knight Lot

Join us for a presentation and discussion on the essentials of online copyrights including:
Copyright basics: what is and isn’t protected on the Internet (and how do you make your protection even stronger)
Staying Safe: strategies for avoiding infringement
How the Digital Millennium Copyright Act safe harbor operates.
Dan Fink of Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green
Dan's practice focuses primarily on enforcement of intellectual property rights and electronic commerce. He also specializes in issues copyright law, copyright infringement issues, and licensing disputes.

Pre-registration is required for this event.
Click the green button at the top right to register.
For those using a mobile device, please scroll to the bottom and click "View Full Site" then find the full calendar posting for this event to register.
Babson Campus
9:00 AM - 4:30 PM Talk with Us: Part-Time MBA Programs
Talk one-on-one with Babson Graduate Admissions to learn about our Part-Time MBA Programs: Evening and Fast Track, ideal for working professionals exploring flexible options to obtain their MBA. This is a great opportunity to talk candidly about your goals and discuss the best approach for pursuing your Babson MBA.

To schedule a 30 minute appointment, please email Laurel Aroian, Associate Director, Graduate Admissions. 
Babson Boston Campus
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Undergraduate Admission Campus Tour
A student-guided tour is a wonderful way to see Babson’s extensive facilities (including a dorm room, classroom, and dining hall), talk with current students, and see our community in action.

Pre-registration is not required. Tours depart from the Lunder Admission Center at Mustard Hall. Parking is available in designated spaces in the Lunder Parking Lot or Knight Parking Lot. When you arrive, please see the receptionist in the admission office for a parking permit. Click here for information on getting to campus.
Babson Campus
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Adult Learn To Skate--Fall Session (Tuesday at 10:30am)
Adult Learn to Skate (LTS) – Ages 18 and older: 30 minute class: Beginner through Freestyle 3 Level.

*Participants are divided based upon skating ability & Age.
*We DO NOT guarantee that siblings and/or friends will be in the same class.
*Please arrive early to allow time to secure skates and find your instructor.
*Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners.
*Dress appropriately with layers and gloves or mittens.
*Properly fitted, supportive skates are essential to progress.
*Figure skates are recommended for beginners.
*No REFUNDS and No CREDITS without a doctor’s note.               
*No MAKE-UP classes.
*Classes may be cancelled, added, or combined due to enrollment.
*Same-day registrations will NOT be accepted.
*In the event of inclement weather, or rink closure, no refunds will be issued
*Classes are held on most school and religious holidays.
*A parent/guardian must remain in the facility during classes.

 

Babson Campus
11:15 AM - 12:00 PM Undergraduate Admission Information Session
Hosted by the admission staff, group information sessions are a great way to learn about Babson. We welcome prospective students and their families to attend a session to learn about Babson’s unique curriculum, student life, and the admission process. 

Information sessions are held in the Lunder Admission Center at Mustard Hall. Parking is available in designated spaces in the Lunder Parking Lot or Knight Parking Lot. When you arrive, please see the receptionist in the admission office for a parking permit. Click here for information on getting to campus.

Preregistration is recommended. Please click the green button at the top right to register.
For those using a mobile device, please scroll to the bottom and click "View Full Site" then find the full calendar posting for this event to register.
Babson Campus
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Fidelity - Women And Investing Seminar: Reynolds Back Dining Room

Women face unique challenges when it comes to saving for retirement. But there are things you can do today to help you take charge of your financial future.

Human Resources and CWEL brings you this exciting program from Fidelity, a complimentary workshop where you will get the guidance you need to help you feel more confident about making investment decisions.


Women and Investing
In this workshop, you will learn about:

§  Women in today’s economy

§  Factors contributing to the retirement gap between the sexes

§  Steps to consider to help you set up for a successful and comfortable retirement

Who should attend: This beginner-level workshop is designed for individuals who want more information on how to build a retirement savings strategy and take charge of their financial lives.

Please RSVP on the Babson Calendar.

November 19th from 12:00 to 1:00 in the Reynolds Back Dining Room

Babson Campus
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wellness - Tai Chi
Tai Chi is a gentle exercise for body and mind.  With its roots in Chinese martial arts and traditional Chinese medicine, Tai Chi uses slow and gentle movements to build your balance, strength, flexibility and focus.  No matter your age or physical condition, you can practice Tai Chi.  Scientific studies support the effectiveness of Tai Chi in improving the lives of people with chronic conditions, such as arthritis, diabetes, and osteoporosis.  Most of all, Tai Chi is relaxing and fun.  So come as you are, in comfortable clothes, with flat-soled shoes.  You will learn the basic principles of Tai Chi as well as exercises and a short form you will be able to practice on your own.  The course will be taught by faculty member Carolyn Hotchkiss, who has studied Yang and Sun style Tai Chi for five years, and is certified to teach Tai Chi for Arthritis. 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Women and Investing Seminar and Lunch

This event is open to BABSON STAFF & FACULTY only.

Women and Investing Seminar

Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Noon to 1 PM
Reynolds Back Dining Room
Lunch provided - Please RSVP to Joan Whalen - jwhalen@babson.edu. 

Women face unique challenges when it comes to saving for retirement. But there are things you can do today to help you take charge of your financial future.
 
Human Resources and the Center for Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) bring you this exciting program from Fidelity, a complimentary workshop where you will get the guidance you need to help you feel more confident about making investment decisions.
 
This workshop is designed for individuals who want more information on how to build a retirement savings strategy and take charge of their financial lives.
1:15 PM - 2:00 PM Undergraduate Admission Information Session
Hosted by the admission staff, group information sessions are a great way to learn about Babson. We welcome prospective students and their families to attend a session to learn about Babson’s unique curriculum, student life, and the admission process. 

Information sessions are held in the Lunder Admission Center at Mustard Hall. Parking is available in designated spaces in the Lunder Parking Lot or Knight Parking Lot. When you arrive, please see the receptionist in the admission office for a parking permit. Click here for information on getting to campus.

Preregistration is recommended. Please click the green button at the top right to register.
For those using a mobile device, please scroll to the bottom and click "View Full Site" then find the full calendar posting for this event to register.
Babson Campus
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Undergraduate Admission Campus Tour
A student-guided tour is a wonderful way to see Babson’s extensive facilities (including a dorm room, classroom, and dining hall), talk with current students, and see our community in action.

Pre-registration is not required. Tours depart from the Lunder Admission Center at Mustard Hall. Parking is available in designated spaces in the Lunder Parking Lot or Knight Parking Lot. When you arrive, please see the receptionist in the admission office for a parking permit. Click here for information on getting to campus.
Babson Campus
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM Math Academy
Volunteers will be tutoring third grade students on math basics and assist with homework in Framingham.
3:40 PM - 4:30 PM Learn To Skate--Fall Session (Tuesday's at 3:40pm)
Learn to Skate (LTS) – Ages 5 and older: 40minute class, 10minute practice following the class: Beginner through Freestyle 3 Level
Learn to Skate+ (LTS+) – Ages 5 and older who have passed the Alpha Level and want to broaden their skills. These classes will incorporate Figures, Moves in the Field and Ice Dance Level 1 into their class: 40minute class. 10 minute practice following the class: Beta through Freestyle 3 Level

*Participants are divided based upon skating ability & Age.
*We DO NOT guarantee that siblings and/or friends will be in the same class.
*Please arrive early to allow time to secure skates and find your instructor.
*Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners.
*Dress appropriately with layers and gloves or mittens.
*Properly fitted, supportive skates are essential to progress.
*Figure skates are recommended for beginners.
*No REFUNDS and No CREDITS without a doctor’s note.               
*No MAKE-UP classes.
*Classes may be cancelled, added, or combined due to enrollment.
*Same-day registrations will NOT be accepted.
*In the event of inclement weather, or rink closure, no refunds will be issued
*Classes are held on most school and religious holidays.
*A parent/guardian must remain in the facility during classes.

 

Babson Campus
4:30 PM - 5:20 PM Hockey Skating Skills - Fall Session (Tuesdays at 4:30pm)

Our Hockey class is designed to work on the skating skills without sticks. We are working to improve your basic skating edges, speed and power. Some skills/drills may utilize a hockey stick, but the primary focus is without a hockey stick.

 *Skaters are divided up by abilty and age

*We DO NOT guarantee that friends or siblings will have the same teacher

*Plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early

*A parent/guardian MUST remain in the building during any and all classes

*The Babson Skating Center has a NO Refund or Credit policy. In the case of an injury, a Doctors note must be given to recieve a refund or credit

*The Babson Skating Center has a NO MAKE UP policy

*Same Day registration is NOT accepted

*Classes ARE held on most religous holidays

*Classes may be cancelled, added or combined due to enrollment

*The Babson Skating Center does not follow the Babson College cancellation schedule

Babson Campus
4:30 PM Learn To Skate--Fall Session (Tuesday's at 4:30pm) (Multi-Day Event)
Learn to Skate (LTS) – Ages 5 and older: 40minute class, 10minute practice following the class: Beginner through Freestyle 3 Level
Learn to Skate+ (LTS+) – Ages 5 and older who have passed the Alpha Level and want to broaden their skills. These classes will incorporate Figures, Moves in the Field and Ice Dance Level 1 into their class: 40minute class. 10 minute practice following the class: Beta through Freestyle 3 Level

*Participants are divided based upon skating ability & Age.
*We DO NOT guarantee that siblings and/or friends will be in the same class.
*Please arrive early to allow time to secure skates and find your instructor.
*Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners.
*Dress appropriately with layers and gloves or mittens.
*Properly fitted, supportive skates are essential to progress.
*Figure skates are recommended for beginners.
*No REFUNDS and No CREDITS without a doctor’s note.               
*No MAKE-UP classes.
*Classes may be cancelled, added, or combined due to enrollment.
*Same-day registrations will NOT be accepted.
*In the event of inclement weather, or rink closure, no refunds will be issued
*Classes are held on most school and religious holidays.
*A parent/guardian must remain in the facility during classes.

 

Babson Campus
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Barton Road College Access Program
Volunteers will teach high school students from the Wellesley Housing Authority about FASFA, the SAT and the general college admission info, here on Babson's campus.
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM Raising Capital Panel and Networking Reception
Raising Capital Panel and Networking Reception
Options for Funding New Ventures: Venture Capital, Angel or Crowdfunding

Our panel of a recent entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and angel investor will discuss the challenges of raising capital and the opportunities present. A networking reception will follow the panel discussion and Q&A.

Location: Olin Hall, room 120
Time:
5:00-6:00pm - Panel
6:00-6:30pm - Reception

Featuring:
Rob Dalton, current Babson MBA and co-founder of 88 Acres snack bars
Jessica McLear, Member, Launchpad Venture Group
Heather Onstott, Venture Partner, LaunchCapital
Joel Shulman, Professor of Entrepreneurship (Moderator)

Online Registration is now CLOSED
Walk-in Registrations will be accepted
This is a FREE event


The Stephen D. Cutler Center for Investments and Finance and The Arthur M. Blank Center for Entrepreneurship are proud to sponsor this event.


For those using a mobile device, please scroll to the bottom and click "View Full Site" then find the full calendar posting for this event to register.
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Resumania!
All 1st Year students are encouraged to attend this event as a follow up to their resume assignment in FYS.  Career Advisers and PCAs will be on hand in Park Manor Central to review resumes.  Pizza!  Raffles!  Fun!  After attending FYS and having resume reviewed, students will gain access to internship postings, externship program, and greater advising services.
Babson Campus
5:30 PM - 6:20 PM Bridge and Ice Dance--Fall Session (Tuesday at 5:30pm)

Bridge: Skaters MUST have passed Delta Level in order to take this class: 50minute class with no practice: Freestyle 1 through 6: class will incorporate Figures, Moves in the Field and Ice Dance Level 1 and 2
Ice Dance: Skaters MUST have passed Alpha Level in order to take this class: 50minute class with no practice: Dance 1 through Dance 6 Level

*Participants are divided based upon skating ability & Age.
*We DO NOT guarantee that siblings and/or friends will be in the same class.
*Please arrive early to allow time to secure skates and find your instructor.
*Helmets are strongly recommended for beginners.
*Dress appropriately with layers and gloves or mittens.
*Properly fitted, supportive skates are essential to progress.
*Figure skates are recommended for beginners.
*No REFUNDS and No CREDITS without a doctor’s note.               
*No MAKE-UP classes.
*Classes may be cancelled, added, or combined due to enrollment.
*Same-day registrations will NOT be accepted.
*In the event of inclement weather, or rink closure, no refunds will be issued
*Classes are held on most school and religious holidays.
*A parent/guardian must remain in the facility during classes.

 

Babson Campus
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM Evening MBA Visitor Program
Learn about the flexibility offered in our Evening MBA program. This session includes a brief program overview led by Graduate Admissions, candid discussion with current students, and a class session.

To REGISTER for this program, please click here.
Babson Boston Campus
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Boot Camp exercise class
Boot Camp exercise class
Babson Campus
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Men's Basketball at Lasell
Men's Basketball Away Game
Off Campus
7:00 PM Pricing Carbon with NPR's Steve Curwood

Steve Curwood of NPR's "Living on Earth" hosts...

PRICING CARBON

It's time to put a price on carbon pollution, but how? Come hear some of Boston's preeminent scholars, economists and activists explain various methods of pricing carbon pollution, and how market mechanisms might offer a real solution to the climate crisis.

featuring
Joseph Aldy
Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School
Theda Skocpol
Professor of Government and Sociology, Harvard University
John Reilly
Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the Joint Program, the Science and Policy of Global Change, Center for Environmental Policy Research, MIT Sloan School of Management
Fritz Fleischmann
Professor of English, Babson College
Gary Rucinski
New England Coordinator, Citizens Climate Lobby; co-creator of a 2016 ballot initiative for a revenue-neutral carbon tax

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Tokyo, Japan: Babson Alumni Club of Japan 4th Annual Meeting

The Babson Alumni Club of Japan is excited to host its 4th annual meeting!
All alumni are welcome.

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013
19:00 - 21:00


Location:
INTERSECT BY LEXUS - Tokyo
4-21-26 Minami Aoyama
Minato-ku
Tokyo 107-0062

The fee to attend is JPY 8,000. 

To register, please contact:
Kei Mashimo M'84 at tkm@jgl.co.jp
or
Mr. Matsutori at toyota.matsutori@drw.muratec.co.jp
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Meditations with Chris- Students Only
All students are welcomed to join Chris every Tuesday night from 7:30-8:30 in the Glavin Family Chapel for a relaxing session of meditation.

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