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Join us for Career Therapy Thursdays, brought to you by our local Indian Student Volunteers in Boston. This three-part webinar series includes insight from an HR professional, resume-building with the Writing Center, Career Design, Global Student Success (GSS), Alumni Relations, and more! Webinars will be held at 6PM on July 28th, August 18th, and September 8th Online via Zoom.
This virtual talk featured Dr. Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN, Senior Adviser for Nursing, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Senior Scholar-In-Residence and Senior Adviser to the President on Nursing, National Academy of Medicine. In this role, Dr. Hassmiller is serving as a key member of the leadership team for the Future of Nursing 2030 report. School of Nursing Dean, Dr. Maria van Pelt, PhD, CRNA, FAAN, will be the event host and moderator.
Attorney Adam Minsky, JD `10 gave suggestions and some tips for you to consider as you navigate the ins and outs of student loans.
This celebration was a fantastic opportunity to highlight our Northeastern community of nurses and celebrate The Spirit of Nursing: Innovation, Leadership & Resilience during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The featured keynote speaker was our alumna Kathy Davidson, BSN ‘79, MSN, MBA. Kathy is the Chief Nursing Officer and Chief Operating Officer at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital–Needham. Northeastern University Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs David Madigan, PhD, and Bouvé College of Health Sciences Dean, Dr. Carmen Sceppa, MD, PhD, delivered especial celebratory remarks. School of Nursing Dean, Dr. Maria van Pelt, PhD, CRNA, FAAN, was the event host and moderator.
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.
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.
Energy justice and climate researchers and activists Jennie Stephens, Frances Roberts-Gregory, and Brian Helmuth led a conversation about climate justice and how to effectively connect knowledge to action during these disruptive times.
In conjunction with the Department of Theatre’s production of As U Like It, the panel discussed bringing Shakespeare into modern times. Members of the cast and creative team will discuss how As U Like It was adapted because of COVID-19 restrictions and to give it a more contemporary edge, through a queer, non-binary lens.
Jonathan Kaufman, the Director of the School of Journalism, hosted a Northeastern-exclusive interview with Marty Baron, former Executive Editor of The Washington Post. The event was covered by News@Northeastern.