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March 25, 2015

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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

All Day Learn To Skate--Spring 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.

 

6:30 AM - 7:20 AM Wellness-Advanced Core Bootcamp (ACBC)

ACBC is a 50 minute, two day a week advanced conditioning program that focuses on reaching levels of fitness beyond what a standard Boot Camp will typically yield. Many of the techniques are direct from Kevin Kearns’ "Burn With Kearns" MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) conditioning program. Instructors Sonny Romano and Christy Bishal will utilize many of the training techniques used by professional UFC/MMA fighters. The class is a challenge but a lot of fun and as a bonus attendees will learn the basics of defending themselves while they get into tremendous physical condition.

Who:   Any Babson employee who is looking to take their workout to the next level. 

When: Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30-7:20am beginning on Monday, January 5, 2015 and ending on Wednesday, May 13, 2015.

How:   Participants may attend class as often as they would like.  Those interested in participating should register through the Babson Calendar Advanced Bootcamp event (we would like to be able to notify participants of any changes or cancellations that may arise).

Babson Campus
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM Undergraduate Admission Tour
A student-guided tour is a wonderful way to see Babson’s extensive facilities (including a residence hall, 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
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM Webinar: Criminal Infiltration into Global Sports

It’s Not Winning That Counts, It’s How You Play The Game: Criminal Infiltration Into Global Sports

4th installment in the webinar series “The Private Sector and the Future of Illicit Trade: Next Generation Human Trafficking and Smuggling Challenges”

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
10:00 am – 12:00 pm EDT


Professional sports have become a magnet for a range of organized crimes from illegal betting, money laundering, human trafficking and migrant smuggling.  In particular, headline global events such as the World Cup or the Olympics, become focal points for organized crime groups. In an industry that prizes the ethics of integrity, fair competition and achievement, this criminal accumulation is intolerable.  Who is responsible for preventing these crimes, however, and protecting its victims remains an often controversial question.

This webinar is the fourth in a series entitled “ The Private Sector and the Future of Illicit Trade: Next Generation Human Trafficking and Smuggling Challenges”  looking at emerging issues surrounding human trafficking and promising anti-trafficking initiatives from the private sector. This series is  hosted by the Global Initiative against Transnational Organized Crime and Babson College’s Initiative on Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery and through sponsorship by McKenna Long & Aldridge LLP.  Also supported by TraCCC, the Terrorism, Transnational Crime and Corruption Center at George Mason University.

Featured Panelists:

James Esson, PhD, Department of Geography, Loughborough University (moderator)
Monica Gorman, Vice President, Global Compliance, New Balance
Jean Claude Mbvoumin, Founder, Foot Solidaire

Register Today>>

For more information on the series: 
http://www.globalinitiative.net/programs/human/
Online
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.
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM SFS @ Trim
Stop by and ask me about your financial aid or student account.
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wellness-Yoga
Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual exercise that has been known to increase flexibility, strengthen muscles and provide relaxation.  Join Dawn George as she takes you through a series of slow yoga poses to help you relax and unwind from the stress of the day.  This class is perfect for all fitness levels and no experience is necessary.
Babson Campus
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Summer Venture Program Info Session 2
The Summer Venture Program supports Babson, Olin and Wellesley's most promising MBA and undergraduate entrepreneurs. The 10-week program provides participants with an entrepreneurial community and support, including work space, mentors, peer reviews, speakers, and other resources. 

Regular applications are due Friday, April 3 at 5pm EST.

Can't come to campus? Contact blankcenter@babson.edu for dial-in information.

Application link to follow. Please visit the SVP website for more details: http://www.babson.edu/svp 
Babson Campus
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.
Babson Campus
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Undergraduate Admission Tour
A student-guided tour is a wonderful way to see Babson’s extensive facilities (including a residence hall, 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
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM Accelerator: Exploring Entrepreneurship (Group Explore)
Join the Butler Venture Accelerator for our weekly explore group sessions in the Blank Center.
Babson Campus
2:30 PM - 3:00 PM Tot Class--Spring Session (Wednesday at 2:30pm)
Tot - Tot 1 through Alpha Level
Ages 3 to 5 years                 30minute class, no practice


*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
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Tot Class--Spring Session (Wednesday at 3:00pm)
Tot - Tot 1 through Alpha Level
Ages 3 to 5 years                 30minute class, no practice


*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
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM After School Youth Development-Needham Housing Authority
A comprehensive after school activities program that includes reading, games and crafts.
Off Campus
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM After School Youth Development-Wellesley Housing Authority
A comprehensive after school activities program that includes reading, games and crafts.
Off Campus
3:30 PM - 5:30 PM Entrepreneurial Leadership Program--Needham Housing Authority
Babson volunteers will teach middle school children of the housing authority how to organize and run a business.
3:30 PM - 6:00 PM Entrepreneurial Leadership Program--Wellesley Housing Authority
Babson volunteers will teach middle school children of the housing authority how to organize and run a business.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM Power Yoga
Power Yoga
Babson Campus
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM The El Paso Kid
Self-portraits by Raul Gonzalez
EXHIBITION ON VIEW: MARCH 25–MAY 5
ARTIST TALK AND RECEPTION:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 5 P.M.
 Hollister Gallery

Raul Gonzalez grew up going back and forth between El Paso, Texas—his birthplace—and Ciudad Juarez, across the border in Mexico. He reflects on his life in La Frontera (“The Border”), an environment that is most often unrepresented and unseen, through self -portraits that integrate imagery from the old-time West, cartoons, cultural stereotypes, and art history.

Reserve tickets now!
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Underwater Dreams
Film screening and post-show conversation
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 8 P.M.
Carling-Sorenson Theater 

Underwater Dreams, written and directed by Mary Mazzio and narrated by Michael Peña, is an epic story of how the sons of undocumented Mexican immigrants learned to build an underwater robot from Home Depot parts and defeated engineering powerhouse MIT.

Two energetic high school science teachers, on a whim, decided to enter their school, where most of the students live in poverty, into a sophisticated underwater robotics competition sponsored by NASA and the Office of Naval
Research. Only four students signed up for the competition, but once assembled, with enthusiasm and verve and little money, they built a robot from parts they acquired at Home Depot and headed for Massachusetts in a beat-up van.

Register now!


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