For some entertaining and educational family fun, look no further than this tremendous virtual event! In partnership with the San Diego Zoo, the Office of Alumni Relations will be hosting a ‘Creature Feature’! This live interactive Zoom event will introduce you to some of the Zoo’s favorite animal residents. Mark your calendar and plan to join us as we get to greet some animal friends.
Boston-based alumna Catherine McLean, DMSB’07, MS’12 shared tips for shifting your mindset and defining your style as you make the jump from employee to entrepreneur.
Professor Patricia Davis, Associate Professor of Communications Studies discussed the campaigns to remove Confederate monuments from public spaces in terms of social identity, which provides the “glue” connecting them to the reinvigoration of the Black Lives Matter movement. She described the power inherent in public monuments and offered her thoughts on the ways in which African […]
Alumna Harriet Booth, MS’17, presented this family-friendly event exploring everything you need to know about oysters. Perfect for kids of any age, the content is engaging and everyone left with new fun facts about oysters and aquaculture, and a passion for marine biology!
Energy justice and climate researchers and activists Jennie Stephens, Frances Roberts-Gregory, and Brian Helmuth led a conversation about climate justice and how to effectively connect knowledge to action during these disruptive times.
In celebration of Northeastern Giving Day, this was an opportunity to participate in the Bouvé bodies in motion health and wellness program. Participants had a chance to workout with Physical Therapy student, Kiana Weary, BHS’22, and Endurance Pilates owner and famous instructor, Julie Erickson.
Professor William Mayer, Professor of Political Science, shared his thoughts and expertise on the future of American Politics under the new Biden Administration.
Chicago Architecture Center docent Michelle Woods covered the history of the Chicago Riverwalk project, and highlighted some features of this unique park – at the bottom of a ‘canyon’ of world-famous architecture.
Anna Kuebler, MS’21, has lived on the island of Oahu, Hawaii for three years and gave the Northeastern community a local’s view of paradise. From breathtaking mountain views to hidden beaches to quirky cafés, Anna shared her personal favorites and brought Oahu to you.
Music is an art form that is found in every culture and at every stage in life. While there is much anecdotal evidence supporting the therapeutic effects of making and listening to music, the science of music for cognitive and brain health is still in its infancy. Psyche Loui, PhD, Assistant Professor of Creativity and […]