Cheer on the Red Sox as they take on the Kansas City Royals at historic Fenway Park! Enjoy a cook-out style lunch on campus in the Cabral Center before heading over to the ballpark for this American League showdown.
Join us as Marguerite Krupp, LA’67 and NU@Noon Committee Member tells the tales of Boston Harbor. As a Boston Harbor Islands volunteer and storyteller Marguerite will talk about the stories of the Boston Harbor Islands and guide you on a visual and historical tour of the four currently active lighthouses in the Boston Harbor Islands […]
Discover the power of wellness and natural remedies with Bihe "Momo" Wang, S'16, CEO at Guoyiyuan 国医源, a traditional Chinese medicine company. Learn how Momo is working to educate communities about the power of nature and its impact on wellness.
The Boston Pops will perform a symphonic version of “Ragtime,” created especially for the Pops in honor of Keith Lockhart's 25th anniversary, by Tony award-winning original creators – Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, and Stephen Flaherty. Based on the 1975 novel by E. L. Doctorow, “Ragtime” weaves together the stories of three groups in the United States in the early 20th century: Eastern European immigrants, the African-American community in Harlem, and an upper-class white family whose lives intersect. Together, they confront history’s timeless contradictions of wealth and poverty, freedom and prejudice, hope and despair. Join us for the traditional fanfare dinner in the Alumni Center before the show.
We are in uncharted territory with COVID-19 and the resulting stress can adversely impact our well-being and effectiveness. Join us in an interactive webinar to gain fresh ideas for understanding your stress and building resilience. Find out how practicing various forms of mindfulness and positive psychology principles can help you reduce stress, be healthier, more productive, […]
The Birth of Boston Project is an online map of the residents of Boston in 1648. Chris Parsons worked with graduate students to bring sophisticated digital research tools to uncover the forgotten history of early settlers, including those of enslaved Americans, women, and the laboring class who are often overlooked in the history of our city’s founding. In this presentation, Chris will share the results of the project -- a digital snapshot of lives, relationships and Boston society in 1648 -- and discuss its value to the city and beyond.
Looking for your next culinary adventure? Tune in from the comfort of your own home as Northeastern couple Julien Levesque, DMSB’12 and Kenzie Swanhart, AMD’12 demonstrated a recipe from The New Newlywed Cookbook: 100 Recipes for Every Couple to Cook Together.
Working as part of a remote office is raising new challenges and opportunities in the short and long term. Bring your favorite drink and join us for an interactive exchange of information, tips and ideas for thriving in this changed workplace. We’ll discuss topics and best practices for: working efficiently; staying connected to teams, colleagues […]
Climate change has been a critical, and many times polarizing, conversation around the country. Michael Green will speak about the global efforts to address climate change. Solutions are manifesting themselves as new policies, technology, social movements. Michael will share thoughts based on his extensive knowledge of policy and climate science, having lead Climate XChange, a Boston based nonprofit focused on carbon pricing advocacy media and research.
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.