Innovative thinking and revolutionary technologies are required to solve the world’s most pressing issues. Many Suffolk faculty, students, and alumni are at the forefront of their industries, working on cutting-edge ideas and applications with the potential to change the world we live in.
Suffolk’s Center for Entrepreneurship is a resource for students, alumni, and the general public. Located in the heart of downtown Boston, the Center provides a central workspace where students, alumni, faculty, and business owners can collaborate.
Big Data and Business Analytics: The demand for skilled analytics professionals is growing fast in all types of organizations—regardless of industry, size, or ownership structure. With courses in statistics, information technology, and business, this program teaches students how to use data to improve efficiency, solve problems, identify new opportunities, and prepare for the future.
This March, against a backdrop of escalating racial and religious threats and attacks nationwide, an ambitious and eclectic group gathered at Suffolk University with a singular mission: to design a hate crime app that will help victims report crimes, assess their legal standing, and get help from local and national organizations.
This past April, Suffolk University hosted a sold-out TEDx event where eight experts spoke on the theme “Economies of the Future.” What you might not know is that a group of students— from Suffolk’s TEDx&Talks Club—were the ones who planned and organized the entire event.
Deep inside Massachusetts General Hospital, at the Francis H. Burr Proton Therapy Center, a staff that includes dozens of Suffolk alumni are carefully harnessing the awesome power of radiation to treat cancer. Among them are senior radiation therapist Ryan Connolly BS ’07, CRT ’09, team lead therapist Meghan Kearney BS ’05, MS ’09, and Christine Cerrato BS ’98, technical director for radiation oncology at Mass General.