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Participants had the opportunity to learn from Northeastern faculty experts Dr. Carl Zangerl and Dr. Ed Powers, to explore the best practices of an effective crisis communication plan. This Lifelong Learning: On Demand program is now archived.
Join Northeastern University's College of Social Sciences and Humanities Graduate Programs and Daniel O’Brien, Associate Professor of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Criminology and Criminal Justice, for a virtual classroom experience focused on world of urban Informatics.
Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs and Global Resilience Institute hosted a conversation about mobilizing for a better future for all. Massive societal disruption has required us to reconsider many things, including how we prepare for the climate crisis and how we address growing inequities and disparities. In connection with Earth Day 2020’s 50-year celebration of activism, this panel reflected on integrating climate action and social justice into this transformative time.
Northeastern University is a true symbol of revolution. From its humble beginnings in the classrooms of the YMCA Boston to acquiring the archival Massachusetts Horticultural Hall earlier this year, Northeastern has grown not only in campus size but into a leading institution in Boston and beyond. This virtual tour will explore the Boston campus’ landmarks – still standing and recorded – that led to the campus today.
The Northeastern School of Law hosted a virtual film screening and discussion around The Vote, a four-part documentary series, slated to air nationally on PBS during the summer of 2020, in conjunction with the centennial of the passage of the 19th Amendment — giving women the right to vote. The discussion was led by Professor Kara Swanson.
Do medication errors occur in your schools? (Yes, humans are not perfect.) Does your school/district use a process to reduce risk of errors? In this webinar, presented by the Northeastern University School Health Academy, leaders discussed best practices to this challenging topic.
Struggling with bringing harmony to your diverse team? Don’t understand why your team members react and behave differently? Join Danielle Larsen, DMSB’10, and Rebecca (Becky) Huot, DMSB’11 for an inspiring panel discussion on how to overcome challenges and communication barriers in multinational teams. Learn why cross-cultural communication skill nowadays is the basic and one of […]