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Husband and wife alumni duo, Courtney Byrne, AS’09 and Robinson Hill, MS’15, MBA’16 ‘welcomed’ us into their kitchen as they demonstrated Gingerbread house measuring, constructing, and decorating.
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.
While 2020 may have brought a lot of change to our lives, it couldn't dash our spirit for the holidays. We brought an exclusive virtual meet and greet with Santa and Mrs. Claus to our Northeastern families. Santa helped the kids get their list ready and joined fellow Huskies for a family-friendly online event. Attendees enjoyed a holiday movie and other spirited activities before each family joined a breakout room for some dedicated time with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
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.
Join the Northeastern men’s club squash team for its annual alumni gathering. A fun evening is planned that includes updates for the shortened season and exciting announcements for the growing team! Meet the new players, and learn about what is in store this year. This event is complimentary but registration is required.
Costas Panagopoulos, department chair and professor of political science, spoke about what to expect on Election Day in the presidential and congressional general elections. Dr. Panagopoulos assessed polls and forecasts and provided a historical perspective on election results and their implications for politics and governance in America. Alumnus Henry Edson, MS'20, SSH'20 was the introductory speaker.
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.
Latin America comprises a vast array of distinct politics, cultures, geographies, and histories. But in recent weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has created a new common challenge. What are Latin America’s essential elements of resilience, and what will the future hold for its people and its economy?
Black Health Matters is a student-led contact-a-thon fundraiser to raise money for grassroots organizations dedicated to improving the health of Black and LGBTQ+ communities led by Northeastern University Global Health Initiative (NUGHI) in partnership with several other student organizations.
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.