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.
Learn how to be savvy about building your reputation from day one of a new job! Alumna Andrea Mascarhenas, DMSB’13, will share advice about how to build a strong relationship with your manager and team, set clear goals and expectations, deliver results, understand office culture, ask for help and feedback, navigate hybrid/remote work and more.
Whether you’re navigating your career or managing/leading in the tech industry, you’ll want to join us to understand critical issues of diversity and inclusion in this field and their implications.
If you’re thinking about how to spend your time during semi-retirement or retirement, discover new possibilities from retirement coach, Nancy Collamer. She will share inspirational success stories and provide concrete advice about how to profit from your professional expertise, hobbies and personal interests.
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.
With campuses from Boston to Vancouver, Northeastern is broadening its footprint as a global research university.Join Hillary Mickell, San Francisco and Silicon Valley, Regional Dean and CEO, and Dave Thurman, Dean and CEO of Northeastern in Seattle as they report out on resources and updates across the school’s hubs. There will be a question-and-answer session […]
Hear from biology professors Kim Lewis and Eddie Geisinger to discuss how scientists are working to discover new antibiotics and seeking novel ways to treat and eradicate some of our most aggressive infectious diseases. Part of the College of Science Connects: The Good Power of Science Series.
What does Henry David Thoreau’s retreat into the natural world at Walden Pond have to do with our modern culture of distraction and technological immersion? We learned how Thoreau’s interest in the peace of nature was fueled by his distress at the information culture of the 19th century when the telegraph brought news to Americans […]
Learn how to cultivate an agile mindset so you can adapt to recent hiring demands, get noticed by employers and get hired. Find out about the finely tuned networking skills and virtual communication skills that are now in demand. And gain insights into how agile organizations hire, develop and manage their people.
Are you looking for a new experience in an unfamiliar part of the world? Join us for a virtual tour of Yogyakarta, the largest city on the island of Java, Indonesia! From the rich history of the city to popular tourist attractions and local cuisine, our Yogyakarta-born and bred tour guide, Rudy Saputra, E’09, will […]
Listen to a fantastic presentation by Alessandro Vespignani, Sternberg Family Distinguished Professor of Physics. Alessandro Vespignani research activity is focused on the study of “techno-social” systems, where infrastructures composed of different technological layers are interoperating within the social component that drives their use and development.