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12.03.21 | 8:15AM ET

Power to the People: Engaging Community Members in Research, Policy, and Practice

This conference will bring together policymakers, public officials, and community members to discuss how we can elevate diverse community voices and shape policies that are beneficial to the widest range of urban residents and workers.

11.2.21 | 12:00PM ET

Virtual Field Trip Series: Dialogue of Civilizations – Barcelona: Art, Architecture, and Photography

Hear from Professor Xavier Costa about 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.

10.28.21 | 12:00PM ET

Virtual Field Trip Series: Dialogue of Civilizations – India and Nepal: Climate Change Science and Policy

Hear from Professor Auroop Ganguly about the Dialogue of Civilization, Northeastern’s unique short-term study abroad opportunity, that he leads. Learn about the impact climate change has on The Indian subcontinent’s diverse geography, culture, and economy, and the policies being pursued to mitigate the damage.

06.25.21 | 12PM ET

Zoomin’ in on Elyse Cherry, JD’83

The Law School's new Zoomin’ in On series will feature Elyse Cherry, JD'83, CEO of BlueHub Capital, Civic Leader, and LGBTQ Activist.

6.16.21 | 12-1pm

An exploration of James Joyce’s Ulysses

We’re channeling Dublin’s celebratory Bloomsday spirit, locally! Join Associate Professor of English at Northeastern, Patrick Mullen for an exploration of the critically acclaimed novel Ulysses through a presentation and Q&A.

05.20.21 | 12PM ET/9AM PT

PAPER LANTERNS

Join us for a special discussion on the documentary film, PAPER LANTERNS: THE STORY OF 12 AMERICAN POWs AND THE MAN WHO REFUSED TO LET THEM BE FORGOTTEN. Featuring, Nobuko Saito Cleary, LA’70, Producer and Barry Frechette, Executive Producer/Co-Director. Opening Remarks by the Honorable Setsuo Ohmori, Consul General of Japan in Boston and University Welcome […]

5.17.21 | 12-1pm

The Journey after Huntington Avenue: How Three Trailblazing Black Alumnae Found Their Paths

An aspiring news anchor turned VP. A music major now working to bridge the gap between entertainment and advocacy. A psychology major investing in her community with a bookstore. What are the commonalities between these three trailblazing black alumnae? During this virtual panel a close-knit group of friends gathered to share the role that The John D. O'Bryant African American Institute and co-op played in their personal and professional development.

05.10.21 | 5:30PM ET

LGBTQ+ Alumni Community Rainbow Graduation Reception

Join the LGBTQ+ Alumni, Faculty & Staff Communities to celebrate the Class of 2021 Rainbow Graduates! Enjoy the Senior Slideshow & “Graditude” Awards, hear from Senior Speaker James Lyons, SSH’21 and connect with members of the LGBTQ+ Alumni Community as they share their experiences and insights from post-graduation.  

05.04.21 | 12:00PM ET

Virtual Field Trip Series: Dialogue of Civilizations – Netherlands: Sustainable Urban Transportation

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.

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