How Suffolk University is responding
to the coronavirus outbreak
“One of my biggest jobs is to teach my players that they can be fierce competitors while also showing respect for their opponents, coaches, officials, and fans.” —Jeff Juron, Men’s Basketball Head Coach, who alongside his team, received the 2019-20 Sam Schoenfeld Sportsmanship Award from the Collegiate Basketball Officials Association.
For the third year in a row, Suffolk University physics students received the Society of Physics Students Chapter Research Award for their work studying neutron shielding at Massachusetts General Hospital. The award is a $2,000 cash prize to further their research.
Suffolk is recognized as a 2020-2021 Military Friendly School, with systems in place to support student veterans financially, emotionally, and academically.
Suffolk Polling earns an A
One of a handful of polling centers to get that grade from Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight news blog, acknowledging accuracy and methodology for polling.
Suffolk Law School is recognized with the Outstanding Law School Diversity Outreach Award by the Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference & Law Fair for the increasing diversity of the school’s student body.
Sam Faisal, JD ’20, is named a 2020 law school student of the year by National Jurist Magazine for his service and support for underrepresented students.
“I am so pleased to help deserving students follow their dreams … Their stories overwhelmed me.” —Ed McDonnell, BSBA ’59, HDCS, ’84, whose gifts over 23 years have provided students the opportunity to travel and understand the businesses and cultures of other countries, preparing students to be global citizens