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Hear from Raj Echambadi, Dunton Family Dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, in an exciting and engaging conversation with distinguished global family business leaders. Panelists Henadi Al-Saleh, Chairperson of Kuwait’s Agility Logistics Corporation, Anil Mahtani, PNT'17, PNT'21, PNT’25, Director of Hong Kong’s Maxwell’s Clothiers, and Meher Pudumjee, Chairperson of India’s Thermax Ltd., will discuss decision-making, governance, and succession planning considerations established family businesses face, as well as provide reflections on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted these discussions.
Finding the contribution that is ‘yours to do’ brings real satisfaction and the reward of knowing that in whatever way, you are making a difference. Are you in the right place, doing what you are meant to be doing at this time? In this session we explored your answer to that question with the support […]
Join us for Networked for Life to celebrate the investments of volunteer time, energy, and resources that have allowed the Northeastern community to soar. The power of networks, the power of role models, and the power of experience—this is what this celebration is all about!
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.
Attendees had the opportunity to meet and connect with faculty, staff, students, and admissions representatives to learn more about how Northeastern could help their academic journey and career.
Falling Walls Lab was a platform for excellent academics, entrepreneurs and professionals from all disciplines who wanted to present their research work, business model, innovative project or transformative idea in front of their peers and a distinguished jury from academia and business. This was presented by Northeastern University, the German Consulate in Boston, and the German Center for Research and Innovation in New York.
Microservices are an emerging class of workloads being run on cloud computing platforms. The core reason for current practices is “fear and anxiety of uncertainty” and “not lack of a more efficient solution”. In this talk, Dr. Tiwari will discuss a new principled, calm approach to control that fear and anxiety.
The Department of African American Studies led a panel discussion rooted in Africana Studies Scholarship and its intersections with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter.
The University of Miami School of Law, in partnership with the AALS Journal of Legal Education, hosted a virtual symposium to discuss the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed legal education in the United States. Northeastern Law Professors Jeremy Paul and Margaret Woo, co-editors of the Journal of Legal Education, were panel moderators.
This webinar featured Francesca Batault, SSH’19 and Charles Allen, director of partnerships at The Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), one of the world’s leading think tanks. IEP released the Global Peace Index 2020 report, which measures peace and its economic impact. The report presented one of the most comprehensive, data-driven analysis on trends in peace, and how to develop peaceful societies. The report also analyzed the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on peace, specifically how its economic consequences would increase the risk of severe deteriorations in positive peace over the next few years.