There is no higher priority than the health and wellbeing of our students, faculty, staff, and others affiliated with Northeastern. In light of the continuing global impact and community transmission of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19)—and in accordance with public health recommendations—Northeastern is monitoring the situation on an hourly basis, and continues to update our approach. Please navigate this page for updates to our events calendar. We will continue to share more information as circumstances evolve.
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The Northeastern co-op community is excited to be in San Diego and invites you to join us for an evening of fun! We want to know what you've been up to, celebrate your success, and share ways to grow the reach of our co-op program. This is also a great chance to hear what has been happening on campus, and meet the Northeastern network in the San Diego area! Guests will enjoy complimentary food and drinks.
Do medication errors occur in your schools? (Yes, humans are not perfect.) Does your school/district use a process to reduce risk of errors? Join us for this webinar, presented by the Northeastern University School Health Academy, to learn from leaders who are applying best practices to this challenging topic.
Summer Youth Employment Programs (SYEPs) are integral to workforce development in cities throughout the country, providing early work experiences to inner-city, low-income youth, who may not otherwise have access to these opportunities. In the summer of 2015, The Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development (OWD) began working with Northeastern’s Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy to assess the impact of the Boston SYEP on employment, education, and criminal justice outcomes, specifically for low-income youth. Learn about how the program is leading to positive long-term outcomes, while managing limited resources.
Join your Northeastern community to watch the Brooklyn Nets host the Washington Wizards at the Barclays Center! Before the game, hear from Annabel Padilla (AMD’07) about her journey through the NBA and to the Brooklyn Nets as their Director of Player Engagement.
Please join us for 1st Thursday: Olympic Games on Thursday, April 2nd. What a great way to get ready for the 2020 Summer Olympics by enjoying themed cocktails and live music. Come mingle with your co-workers and friends as this will be the last 1st Thursday until the Fall. All alumni, faculty, staff, friends and guests are welcome, we hope to see you there.
Reconnect with your Northeastern community over great wines and tasty appetizers at Panorama Wine Bar. Panorama’s sommelier will lead the private group through a tasting of three white wines and three red wines, accompanied by light appetizers. Event is 21+.
The Howlin’ Huskies Fund cordially invites all members of the Northeastern University community to the inaugural NU’s Greatest Quiz Night Ever presented by Coca-Cola! This event will consist of a fun, general knowledge-based trivia contest with no requirement of expertise in any particular subject. It will be a unique opportunity for all constituents of the […]
The Information Ethics Roundtable is a yearly conference that brings together researchers from a variety of disciplines to discuss ethical issues such as information privacy, intellectual property, access to information, artificial intelligence, and big data.This year, the Roundtable will present topics that offer analyses, explanations, and/or solutions to the problem of scientific misinformation and disinformation in the digital era.
Discover outstanding artistic and cultural creativity from around the world. As one of the oldest museums in continuous existence in the country, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) is home to objects from around the globe that open our eyes to the multilayered and interconnected world of creative expression. On a guided tour, visit a selection of powerful works unique to PEM, and explore the history of this one-of-a-kind museum. Enjoy a light lunch in the museum following the tour.
Join us for a virtual film screening and discussion around The Vote, a four-part documentary series, slated to air nationally on PBS this summer in conjunction with the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment — giving women the right to vote. The lively discussion will be led by Professor Kara Swanson.