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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Increasing the representation of women in computer science requires all the options and creativity we can muster, from introductory and easygoing summer workshops to Khoury’s own Align program. Through initiatives such as Women’s Community of Code and the pre-Align Mathematics Introduction, we support and encourage girls and women to explore computer science by fostering confidence. How do we learn how to build confidence? By taking lessons from athletics. Girls who play sports report increased levels of confidence at all ages, and we apply what we know from the sports arena into the computer science lab at Khoury College.
As Northeastern students, Rebecca Velez Frey, BHS’98, and Melanie Smith, BHS’75, each followed a traditional educational path, but their careers reflect a flexibility and openness to innovative new ways of impacting their communities and profession. Hear more about Rebecca’s breadth of experience in Big Pharma and small startups, and what she’s learned along the way about social innovation and the power of mentoring the next generation. Melanie will share her insights from a long career in consumer product innovation and how that empowered her pivot to a new post-retirement role in community organizing and activism.
Learn about timely topics including reopening schools; working with immigrant and refugee students; and racism in schools and nursing temperature assessment. This annual summer event is run by the Northeastern University School Health Academy and offers the opportunity for 12 contact hours.
A gathering to connect (Wo)Men in Tech to mentors, peers & resources. Tech belongs to everybody. Design your own conference experience and take charge of what matters most to you in the workplace. Together we'll tackle over 60 key topics for women in tech.
Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from two recruiters about their perspective on the hiring process and the current employment landscape. Our speakers will provide insights about what they look for in resumes, virtual interviews, LinkedIn and more.
The coronavirus has altered the ways in which we live and travel, with potentially damaging effects on water quality, and potentially revolutionary opportunities to detect the virus in the early stages of infection. In this discussion, our panelists will explore the implications of COVID-19 on water quality and the environment.
If you’ve thought about starting a journal, but aren’t sure where to begin, this introductory workshop is for you! Led by Seattle based alumna, Mary Allison Brown, BHS’02.
Welcome the newest cohort of co-op students to Northeastern California during a virtual networking hour. Share your own co-op stories, industry experience and connections with the incoming co-op students. This is a great opportunity to hear from students who will share their experience and perspectives on Northeastern today.
Welcome the newest cohort of co-op students to Washington DC during a virtual networking hour. Share your own co-op stories, industry experience and connections with the incoming co-op students. This is a great opportunity to hear from students who will share their experience and perspectives on Northeastern today.
Join us for an online info session with Naeem Zafar, Faculty Director, to learn about NUBridge and how it can help you become employer-ready in just a few months. Taught by Northeastern University’s leading industry partners in the Bay Area, NUBridge will equip you with the skills needed to adapt and respond to ever-changing market demands ranging from digital marketing to introductory coding for non-computer science majors.