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The Northeastern School of Law presented a spotlight on Rahsaan Hall, L’98, director of the Racial Justice Program for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. This event was part of the Zoomin' in On series featuring an amazing graduate in a virtual conversation with Mielle Marquis, Northeastern Law's director of external relations.
The ongoing pandemic is testing the quality of governance in countries around the globe and raising questions about the role of elected officials in serving community goals. Crises can serve as opportunities for positive social change, but also entail risks around security and social turmoil, geopolitics, human rights, rule of law, inequalities and food security, among others. They also set apart great leaders, from average ones. Join Northeastern for a special series on the impact of COVID-19 around the world. We will leverage our global network to explore risks, challenges and good practices for preparedness, responsiveness, effectiveness and responsibility in dealing with the public health and economic crisis, and what the future holds in a post-pandemic world.
Northeastern alumna Mary Allison Brown (BHS’02) led an interactive workshop on maintaining and prioritizing self-care in times of stress. In this workshop, Mary Allison discussed the negative impact of stress on emotional health and well-being and participants learned simple, practical strategies to support emotional health in times of stress.
Join us as Marguerite Krupp, LA’67 and NU@Noon Committee Member tells the tales of Boston Harbor. As a Boston Harbor Islands volunteer and storyteller Marguerite will talk about the stories of the Boston Harbor Islands and guide you on a visual and historical tour of the four currently active lighthouses in the Boston Harbor Islands […]
The Birth of Boston Project is an online map of the residents of Boston in 1648. Chris Parsons worked with graduate students to bring sophisticated digital research tools to uncover the forgotten history of early settlers, including those of enslaved Americans, women, and the laboring class who are often overlooked in the history of our city’s founding. In this presentation, Chris will share the results of the project -- a digital snapshot of lives, relationships and Boston society in 1648 -- and discuss its value to the city and beyond.
Struggling with bringing harmony to your diverse team? Don’t understand why your team members react and behave differently? Join Danielle Larsen, DMSB’10, and Rebecca (Becky) Huot, DMSB’11 for an inspiring panel discussion on how to overcome challenges and communication barriers in multinational teams. Learn why cross-cultural communication skill nowadays is the basic and one of […]