Struggling with bringing harmony to your diverse team? Don’t understand why your team members react and behave differently? Join Danielle Larsen, DMSB’10, and Rebecca (Becky) Huot, DMSB’11 for an inspiring panel discussion on how to overcome challenges and communication barriers in multinational teams. Learn why cross-cultural communication skill nowadays is the basic and one of the most important ingredients for successful leadership in Multinational organizations.
You’re invited to the first Northeaster Networking Gathering in Delhi. Join Northeastern volunteers Palak Gupta, MS’17 and Shibya Pandey, L’20 at Sutra GastroPub to celebrate the Holiday season and Northeastern spirit. Bring your festive mood and share some cheer while making new connections and reuniting with friends you haven’t seen in a while. Northeastern colors (red and black) dress code is encouraged!
You’re invited to an open house at Northeastern University’s London campus. Share some cheer with alumni from the New College of the Humanities and Northeastern University at this holiday gathering and celebrate our vast global community. Enjoy festive-themed platters, prosecco, and beer while making new acquaintances and reminiscing with friends you haven’t seen in a while.
The topic of artificial intelligence is prominently discussed throughout the Northeastern community, from the classroom to President Joseph Aoun’s book. Join our Chinese community members and The NU Chinese Student Association for an exploration of AI applications in China, through a moderated conversation with a representation of those working in healthcare, retail, and telecommunication.
With vaccinations on the rise and covid restrictions easing across the world, the tourism industry is beginning to recover. View a panel discussion on the impacts of a tourism resurgence in a post-pandemic world, featuring our distinguished panel of experts.
Northeastern is proud to welcome:
His Excellency Zayad al Zayani, Minister of Industry, Commerce & Tourism of Bahrain and Mr. Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Jakarta.
Moderated by Dr. Ravi Ramamurti, Professor of International Business and Strategy at Northeastern
In a world where very little can be truly relied on, it’s hard to know where to turn for a sense of solid ground beneath our feet. Perhaps the ‘new normal’ is to accept that the ground we stand on constantly shifts as we learn new ways to keep our balance. With practice, we can learn to draw on stability from within ourselves, and through inner strength become our own still point in a turning world, finding the nourishment needed to ensure we have the stamina to keep moving towards our goals. View an interactive panel with Raja Yoga Meditation practitioners.
Leon Rozmarin, a lecturer at Northeastern University discussed the shift in world balance on the global stage and the current geopolitical landscape.