Frederick H. Dow talked about his father’s legacy at Suffolk Law School and in the legal field, as well as his activism in the South End of Boston. Jessica Sedgwick talked about the archivists’ work in identifying history of diversity at Suffolk and how the Archive could be used. Allan Tow, an Asian American who grew up in the 1950s, talked about his teaching experiences and legal practices as well as his thoughts on typecasting in his acting and modelling work.
Suffolk has a student studying in Seoul, Korea this summer. He is Neilson Lam, a business major specializing in management, who is at Yonsei University, one of our partner schools.
Neilson was awarded a scholarship from the Jongha Student Scholarship Foundation, established by the KCC Company, which has been giving scholarships to Suffolk students for the past four years.
In June Neilson arrived in Seoul to begin the summer term and received the scholarship money during a meeting at KCC Company. Our congratulations to Neilson and our continued thanks to KCC.
Story on the College’s homepage.
(From L to R) SH Lee, President of KCC Company; CY Lee, Chairman of KCC Company; Suffolk student Neilson Lam: Ronald Suleski, Director of the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University.