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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!
Margaret Angell, Head of Partnerships and Operations, Chris Mallett, Chief Administrative Officer, and Michael Pollastri, Senior Vice Provost for Portland; Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology discuss the Roux Institute’s progress to date and the impact the Institution is having on the local community.
Northeastern alumni in health care came together to discuss their career paths, learn about professional opportunities, provide guidance to others, and discuss the impact of our unique times on the industry. This networking session was a great opportunity for those established in their positions, looking for their next step, or curious about how to enter the field.
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.
The Myra Kraft Open Classroom was presented by the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs. A major topic was how whatever the outcome of the November election, the President would assert a new agenda in January, one that focused on completing unrealized tasks, or one that would bring a new Administration to Washington. Either way, the discussion of public policy agenda-setting in a post-pandemic environment would require thoughtful and, at times, provocative discussions.
Northeastern alumni in law came together to discuss their career paths, learn about professional opportunities, provide guidance to others, and discuss the impact of our unique times on the industry. This networking session was a great opportunity for those established in their positions, looking for their next step, or curious about how to enter the field.
Brunch was one of the biggest social innovations of the 20th century, taking off in the post-World War II years when America began embracing a less formal lifestyle. Hosted by Danielle Messler SSH’13, creator of the Boston Brunch Guide, with Etiquetteer, Robert B. Dimmick, we learned about the history and evolution of brunch as a social occasion, and tips to host a Perfectly Proper brunch in your own home before, during, and after the pandemic.
Join the Northeastern men’s club squash team for its annual alumni gathering. A fun evening is planned that includes updates for the shortened season and exciting announcements for the growing team! Meet the new players, and learn about what is in store this year. This event is complimentary but registration is required.
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.
Northeastern alumni around their communities celebrated Welcome to Your City Week. This event was designed to welcome newcomers to their communities and gave Northeastern alumni a chance to reconnect and get to know each other. Whether they had just moved to their city, relocated during the pandemic or have lived there since graduation, they had the chance to meet new Northeastern alumni and learn about exciting upcoming events and opportunities in their region. In times like this, it was the perfect way to say connected to the Pack!