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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.

11.2.21 | 12:00PM ET

Virtual Field Trip Series: Dialogue of Civilizations – Barcelona: Art, Architecture, and Photography

Professor Xavier Costa discussed the Dialogue of Civilization, Northeastern’s unique short-term study abroad opportunity, that he leads. Explore the urban development and recent socioeconomic history of Barcelona, from its art and architecture, to its fashion and food culture, and its transformative creative economy.

10.28.21 | 12:00PM ET

Virtual Field Trip Series: Dialogue of Civilizations – India and Nepal: Climate Change Science and Policy

Professor Auroop Ganguly discussed the Dialogue of Civilization, Northeastern’s unique short-term study abroad opportunity, that he leads. We learned about the impact climate change has on The Indian subcontinent’s diverse geography, culture, and economy, and the policies being pursued to mitigate the damage.

09.22.21 | 11:45AM - 1:15PM ET

Data Analysis and Visualization in MATLAB for Portfolio Optimization

MATLAB can be used to visualize and analyze financial data, perform numerical computations, and develop algorithms. Through live demonstrations and examples, you will see how MATLAB can help you and your students become more relevant and effective to the current job market. 

06.25.21 | 12PM ET

Zoomin’ in on Elyse Cherry, JD’83

The Law School's new Zoomin’ in On series will feature Elyse Cherry, JD'83, CEO of BlueHub Capital, Civic Leader, and LGBTQ Activist.

6.16.21 | 12-1pm

An exploration of James Joyce’s Ulysses

We’re channeling Dublin’s celebratory Bloomsday spirit, locally! Join Associate Professor of English at Northeastern, Patrick Mullen for an exploration of the critically acclaimed novel Ulysses through a presentation and Q&A.

06.15.21 | 12:00PM ET

College of Science Connects: Research at the Frontier – Theoretical Condensed Matter & Biological Physics

Listen to a fantastic presentation by Alessandro Vespignani, Sternberg Family Distinguished Professor of Physics. Alessandro Vespignani research activity is focused on the study of “techno-social” systems, where infrastructures composed of different technological layers are interoperating within the social component that drives their use and development.

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