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Review an inspiring story on how immersing yourself in a second language can positively impact your life. From both educator and student perspectives, learn new ways to improve your language-learning experience.
The Northeastern Greece Community would like to share with you a discussion on the COVID-19 vaccine and Northeastern’s preventative initiatives, a timely event that will help broaden your knowledge during these challenging times. Hear from David Luzzi, Ph.D., Vice President and Senior Vice Provost at Northeastern University, and Achilleas Gravanis, Professor of Pharmacology at the […]
Learn how to mitigate stress and trauma, and build practical and sustainable resiliency skills. Gain a preview into the new graduate certificate in Integrative Health and Wellness from Northeastern, led by faculty expert and alumna, Dr. Kate Tumelty Felice. This Lifelong Learning: On Demand program is now archived.
This webinar was presented in partnership with Francesca Batault, SSH’19 and Charles Allen, Director of Partnerships at The Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), one of the leading international think tanks. The topic of discussion was the IEP’s recently released inaugural Ecological Threat Register. Attendees learned about data on environmental indicators to estimate which countries, regions, and areas are most vulnerable to environment-induced conflict. They also found out how many countries are vulnerable to ecological threats, and how many people could be displaced globally by ecological disasters in the next 30 years.
An introduction into to a few innovative uses of AI in the fields of healthcare, computers, and robotics was presented. Northeastern faculty experts Craig Johnson and Taskin Padir were featured in leading this online program. Learners also had the opportunity to earn a non-credit digital badge.
Alireza Ramezani, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is helping lead a team of students recently awarded a grant from NASA to develop two four-legged robots designed with the required capabilities to explore and operate in permanently shadowed regions.
Distinguished Professor Emeritus Michael S. Dukakis discussed an analysis of the November 2020 elections. What could the outcome mean for the next presidential administration? How would it impact the legislative agenda of the next Congress? We learned insights into these and other questions in this interactive event.
Northeastern University School of Nursing presented the 3rd Annual Future of Nursing Event: Leading in the Community and Supporting our Vulnerable Populations. Nursing leader, Dr. Pooja Bhalla, DNP’16, MS’14, presented her journey and unique perspective on the challenges faced by the homeless and other vulnerable populations during COVID-19. The event featured opening remarks by Bouvé College of Health Sciences Dean Carmen Sceppa, School of Nursing Dean Maria van Pelt and a special guest welcome by Dr. Marybeth Pompei, Sr. Vice President, Exergen Corporation. The event’s co-moderators were Dr. Laura Mylott, Clinical Professor and Director, MS Nursing Administration and Dr. Janet Rico, Assistant Dean, Nursing Graduate Programs, Northeastern School of Nursing.
Expert panelists and participants in this interdisciplinary symposium will consider how gender and feminist activism should inform our thinking about the upcoming elections. We will look at how feminists might engage social movements, digital spaces, and broader communities in trying to effect social change. Panels will invite conversations about new forms of media in the hands of feminist activists, historical perspectives on gender and electoral politics (in celebration of the anniversary of suffrage), mainstream media coverage of elections through the lens of gender, and leveraging the unprecedented visibility of women (particularly women of color) in both electoral and grassroots politics. This is symposium is presented by the Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program, supported by the Northeastern Humanities Center.
Hear from student-athletes on how the COVID-19 pandemic affected their fall and spring sports seasons and a discussion about the University’s perspective on the financial impacts of COVID-19 and why the need for support in Athletics is even greater today than ever before.