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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 […]
The Black History Month Science Symposium brought together alumni, students, and faculty alike to highlight the many achievements of some Northeastern College of Science graduates.
Watch this exclusive and empowering interview with Paul Francisco, Chief Diversity Officer and Head of Workforce Development Programs at State Street Corporation, by Northeastern University Law School student Tai-Lyn Parboosingh, L’22, on making change for racial justice in your workplace and communities.
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.
Listen to Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talked to Leila Deravi, Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology for the Barnett Institute for Chemical & Biological Analysis.
Lee Makowski, Professor and Chair, Department of Bioengineering, discusses how we are using novel imaging tools in an attempt to better understand these processes and uncover clues to design effective therapeutic strategies for slowing or halting disease progression.
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.
Hear from Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talks to Toyoko Orimoto, Associate Professor of Physics, on her research in experimental particle physics. Learn how Professor Orimoto is breaking down the Standard Model in particle physics to understand how our universe is built.
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.
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.