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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.
The last few years have brought greater public awareness to the state of policing, including police officers’ relationships with local communities, internal dynamics and policies within police departments, and the public call for increased transparency. Watch this to recording to hear from two Northeastern University experts, Professor Jack McDevitt and Professor Amy Farrell, as they shared research into the reforms sweeping through police departments across the country. Our speakers had a robust conversation about the movement towards increased accountability in policing and the impacts on both communities and police departments.
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.
Join alumnae Julie Padilla, EdD’20 and Sharon Santucci, EdD’20 as they share insights on effective leadership and navigating what it means to be a successful leader in this challenging environment. Taking lessons learned from their perspectives as students, teachers and administrators, Drs. Padilla and Santucci will be joined by Northeastern’s Graduate School of Education Professor […]
The Office of Gift Planning hosted an informative program on potential tax and philanthropy changes under President Biden. Top tax and estate-planning attorneys Brad Bedingfield and Nancy Dempze provided an overview of tax planning imperatives. This program addressed planned and proposed changes to federal tax rules and how they could affect estate planning and charitable […]
Listen to Professor Tina Eliassi-Rad as she discussed the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to the usage of machine learning in our society; and the reasons behind them.
This virtual talk featured Dr. Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN, Senior Adviser for Nursing, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and Senior Scholar-In-Residence and Senior Adviser to the President on Nursing, National Academy of Medicine. In this role, Dr. Hassmiller is serving as a key member of the leadership team for the Future of Nursing 2030 report. School of Nursing Dean, Dr. Maria van Pelt, PhD, CRNA, FAAN, will be the event host and moderator.
Join us for a special discussion on the documentary film, PAPER LANTERNS: THE STORY OF 12 AMERICAN POWs AND THE MAN WHO REFUSED TO LET THEM BE FORGOTTEN. Featuring, Nobuko Saito Cleary, LA’70, Producer and Barry Frechette, Executive Producer/Co-Director. Opening Remarks by the Honorable Setsuo Ohmori, Consul General of Japan in Boston and University Welcome […]
The Supreme Court sits atop the American legal system and frequently decides cases with political implications. How should the Court behave when its members’ views differ from those of the American public? How will the Court rule on pending cases this term? Dan Urman, Director of the Law & Public Policy Minor at the School […]
An aspiring news anchor turned VP. A music major now working to bridge the gap between entertainment and advocacy. A psychology major investing in her community with a bookstore. What are the commonalities between these three trailblazing black alumnae? During this virtual panel a close-knit group of friends gathered to share the role that The John D. O'Bryant African American Institute and co-op played in their personal and professional development.