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Join us for Networked for Life to celebrate the investments of volunteer time, energy, and resources that have allowed the Northeastern community to soar. The power of networks, the power of role models, and the power of experience—this is what this celebration is all about!
The world is in a constant state of change. Recently these changes seem more frequent and more disruptive. How can we as humanity, navigate these changes and emerge more stable and resilient? This session featured an interactive panel of Raja Yoga Meditation practitioners who discussed a profound process of transformation which both includes and transcends […]
The Howlin’ Huskies hosted the second edition of the Howlin’ Huskies Hour, a fun and friendly virtual trivia contest with general knowledge questions.
Hear from Carla E. Brodley, dean of Khoury College of Computer Sciences, in a conversation with Glen Coppersmith, Khoury'04, MA'06, PhD'08, on his passion for creating technology solutions to understanding human behavior, mental health, and how technology can support our path to better lives.
Lee Makowski, Professor and Chair, Department of Bioengineering, discusses how we are using novel imaging tools in an attempt to better understand these processes and uncover clues to design effective therapeutic strategies for slowing or halting disease progression.
Western Mass. community volunteer Andrea Campbell Drake, AS’10 facilitated an engaging conversation with local alumni, gathering event ideas and requests.
Boston community volunteer Kash Cannon, SSH’12, MPS’16 shared how she planted her victory garden, and outlined the basics of growing your own food.
Hear from the Department of Theatre in celebrating the department's resilience and the streaming of their production of Scenes from Metamorphoses, based on the Myths of Ovid written and originally directed by Mary Zimmerman. Celebrate this tremendous feat of revolutionary theatre with a discussion moderated by Professor Emerita Nancy Kindelan with Pablo Hernandez Basulto, AMD'18, Public Works National Associate at the Public Theatre, Erin Solomon, AMD'20, the production's Stage Manager, and Des Bennett, AMD'20, who directed the production for her capstone project.
Pandemic pivots became a priority for many entrepreneurs in early 2020, but many factors can influence a business change. Hear from two seasoned entrepreneurs and business owners on how they approached the decision and navigated change in an uncertain environment. Our distinguished panel sharing their knowledge are Glen Giovanucci, DMSB’83 – CEO G-FORM, Yewande Masi, CJ‘09· - Owner of ORNAMI and this chat will be moderated by Katie Hemphill Associate Director, Venture Mentoring Network.
The College of Science and the Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis welcomes you to the annual Richard Saferstein Lecture in Forensic Science. This year, our distinguished lecturer is Peter R. De Forest, Professor Emeritus of Criminalistics at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York. Hear Professor De Forest's titled lecture "Traces, Historical Science and the Crime Scene: The Role of the Scientist/Investigator."