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Margaret Angell, Head of Partnerships and Operations, Chris Mallett, Chief Administrative Officer, and Michael Pollastri, Senior Vice Provost for Portland; Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology discuss the Roux Institute’s progress to date and the impact the Institution is having on the local community.
Dianna Bronchuk, MS’19, Program Coordinator, Office of Alumni Relations gave a virtual look at Northeastern University’s landmarks—some still standing and some now gone—and how the Boston campus has transformed from its humble beginnings in the YMCA Boston, to purchasing the Massachusetts Horticultural Hall last year.
Reasons for researching our ancestry are as varied as we are. What you want to achieve will define your goals and, in turn, define how you will proceed. Mike Maglio, E’89 provided overview to get you started, whether it is to find connections to history, learn about health, solve mysteries, or enjoy a fun activity.
Aron Stubbins, Associate Professor Marine & Environmental Science, Chemistry & Chemical Biology, and Civil & Environmental Engineering will discuss the background on tipping points and specifics about permafrost carbon-climate feedbacks, including discoveries from his fieldwork in Siberia.
Distinguished Professor David Lazer discussed an ongoing, nationwide survey to gain real-time information on the pandemic for policy making purposes. As the lead researcher, Dr. Lazer shared key findings from the multi-university team and insights on the pandemic.
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.