Events

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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.

02.21.24 | 7:00PM ET

Village of Belonging Miami Reception

The Village of Belonging is touching down in Miami, and you’re invited to a for a mid-week casual reception alumni reception in the heart of the city. Picture it: drinks flowing, chef Michael Beltrán’s Cuban-American delicacies sizzling on the grill, and connecting with your fellow Huskies. Bring a friend and meet us in Coconut Grove!

02.02.24 | 10AM – 5PM ET

Third Annual bell hooks Symposium: Black Feminist Worldmaking

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.

12.01.23 | 6:30PM TST

Taiwan Community 5th Anniversary

Come and be a part of an evening dedicated to commemorating the five-year anniversary of Northeastern University's Taiwan Community! This is an exceptional opportunity to establish meaningful relationships, acquire valuable insights, and contribute to the ongoing success of this special community.

11.17.23 | 8:30 AM ET

Cutting-Edge Connections in PhD Research: Healthcare Innovation Today

Join us for an event featuring poster presentations from Northeastern doctoral students on interdisciplinary topics in the field of healthcare and networking

11.13.23 | 5:00 PM ET

The Peril and Promise of AI in World Politics

Expert panelists will discuss the impact of AI on world politics and global governance and more!

11.10.23 2:00 PM ET

Veteran’s Day Ceremony

Please join us for Northeastern’s annual Veterans Day Ceremony, honoring all members of the university community who have served their country with distinction. Reception to follow in Raytheon Amphitheater. Business attire requested.

11.07.23 | 5:30 PM

A Pogrom in Chicago: Antisemitism and the Limits of Liberalism in Postwar America

In this lecture, historian James Loeffler looks back at a terrifying pogrom that took place in Chicago in 1949, and the ensuing court case that nearly changed the course of American civil rights history.

10.17.23 | 7:00 PM AST

Experience 125 Years: Riyadh

Join Northeastern alumni, parents, staff, and friends in Riyadh to celebrate 125 years of Northeastern's history and global growth, hosted by the Alomran family, with a chance to reflect on its journey, connect with fellow Huskies, and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

10.03.23 | 7:00PM ET

Experience 125 Years: Panama City

Join Northeastern alumni, parents, staff, and friends in Panama City, Panama to celebrate 125 years of Northeastern's history and global growth, hosted by the Otalora family, with a chance to reflect on its journey, connect with fellow Huskies, and enjoy complimentary refreshments.

09.27.23 | 6:00PM ET

Brent Forrester on Campus: Secrets of comedy from “The Simpsons” to “The Office”

Brent Forrester won his first Comedy Writing Emmy at age 25 for his work on “The Ben Stiller Show.” He went on to write for “The Simpsons,” helped launch “King of The Hill,” and was a writer, producer and director at NBC’s “The Office” for seven seasons. He’s written for “Late Night with Conan,” HBO’s […]

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