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The Africana Studies Program invites you to the third annual bell hooks symposium honoring the life and legacy of the trailblazing Black feminist scholar bell hooks (1952-2021). This year’s theme is Black Feminist Worldmaking.
SAG-AFTRA, UAW, and many other strikes … workers are organizing, taking collective action, and striking. Learn more about why there has been an increase in organizing and strikes and its effects on our economy.
Join us for an event featuring poster presentations from Northeastern doctoral students on interdisciplinary topics in the field of healthcare and networking
Come meet and mingle with fellow Huskies and gain fresh insights for your career. Don’t miss this opportunity to make meaningful contacts, share career advice, discuss industry trends and more.
Expert panelists will discuss the impact of AI on world politics and global governance and more!
Get ready to ignite your Bouvé memories, expand your network, and pave the way forward for health sciences innovation. This isn’t just an event; it’s a homecoming of memories, a symphony of connections, and a convergence of innovation that has defined our health sciences legacy.
In the summer of 2021, Sam Aronson, SSH ’12, a young State Department official, volunteered to join the skeleton team of remaining diplomats in Afghanistan, tasked with processing more than 120,000 Afghan civilians clamoring to be evacuated from Kabul’s airport. As chaos at the gates increased, Sam eventually discovered “Glory Gate,” a secret entrance used by […]
Our bodies are made to move- sometimes that can be more difficult as we get older. Hear from Dr. Winston Kennedy, Assistant Professor in Physical Therapy about ways to stay physically healthy through the years.
Enjoy a 70-minute, fully-narrated sightseeing cruise along the Charles River, followed by lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. Your captain and crew will both entertain and educate while pointing out the historic and cultural sights of Boston and Cambridge.
Northeastern University alumnus Yann Gellot, DMSB’94, and Rich Gardner, the Senior Vice President of Global Strategic Partnerships at Klayvio, will discuss how AI is changing not only the landscape of the technology sector but also the work that happens in technology companies.