Regardless of where you are, your Northeastern network is there for you. Bond, socialize, learn, or build personal connections with your community and the global Northeastern network. Find an event to attend.
In the series, we will bring you the news and updates on developments within the university. Our first event will focus on the growth of Northeastern campus network and will highlight one of the new campuses. How many campuses are there in the Northeastern network? Can you name them all? What makes them different? On July 19th, we will profile one of the campuses on the East Coast of the US, The Roux Institute in Portland, Maine. We will welcome Frederic Ndiaye, Director of Enrollment at the Roux, and his colleagues, Jordan Doherty and Molly Lindberg, to introduce the campus to you. The Roux is a very different campus and we will tell you why.
Professor Xavier Costa discussed the Dialogue of Civilization, Northeastern’s unique short-term study abroad opportunity, that he leads. Explore the urban development and recent socioeconomic history of Barcelona, from its art and architecture, to its fashion and food culture, and its transformative creative economy.
The Netherlands is the world’s showcase for sustainable urban transportation: 25% of trips are made by bicycle and 10% of travel is by public transportation (about 5 times more than the US), while its traffic fatality rate is the lowest in the world. Learn how the country developed its large, car-free and car-lite city centers so that they are thriving economically and home to world-renowned art, architecture, and, yes, cheese.
Learn about the major health, socio-economic, cultural, and political issues that characterize the every-day life of the people and communities of Kenya. Presented from the busting capital of Nairobi, you will learn why Kenya offers the most unique opportunity to learn about global health, while also discovering the food, history, and culture that make the country so special.
This event series is open to the community. Are you startup curious? Constantly wondering how problems in your daily routine could be improved? Interested in learning what it takes to start a company and grow it from prominent entrepreneurs? Join us to learn more from experienced individuals! Hosted by The Roux Institute.
Examine the social and cultural significance of fashion and explore global issues of gender, race, class, identity, material culture, and sustainability. Gain a deeper understanding of the complex world of the fashion industry while you “explore” this world-class city known for its unique fashion style.
Review an inspiring story on how immersing yourself in a second language can positively impact your life. From both educator and student perspectives, learn new ways to improve your language-learning experience.
The Northeastern Greece Community would like to share with you a discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine and Northeastern’s preventative initiatives, a timely event that will help broaden your knowledge during these challenging times. Hear from David Luzzi, Ph.D., Vice President and Senior Vice Provost at Northeastern University, and Achilleas Gravanis, Professor of Pharmacology at the […]
Northeastern alumnus MJ Paradiso, DMSB’10, has called London home for eight years. Join him for a local’s look at the best sights, restaurants, and activities the city has to offer. From the top tourist attractions to hidden gems, MJ shared his personal favorites and brought London to the Northeastern community.
This webinar was presented in partnership with Francesca Batault, SSH’19 and Charles Allen, Director of Partnerships at The Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), one of the leading international think tanks. The topic of discussion was the IEP’s recently released inaugural Ecological Threat Register. Attendees learned about data on environmental indicators to estimate which countries, regions, and areas are most vulnerable to environment-induced conflict. They also found out how many countries are vulnerable to ecological threats, and how many people could be displaced globally by ecological disasters in the next 30 years.