Join Dianna Bronchuk, MS’19, Program Coordinator, Office of Alumni Relations, for a look at Northeastern University’s landmarks—some still standing and some now gone—and see how the Boston campus has transformed from its humble beginnings in the YMCA Boston, to purchasing the Massachusetts Horticultural Hall last year.
The Netherlands is the world’s showcase for sustainable urban transportation: 25% of trips are made by bicycle and 10% of travel is by public transportation (about 5 times more than the US), while its traffic fatality rate is the lowest in the world. Learn how the country developed its large, car-free and car-lite city centers so that they are thriving economically and home to world-renowned art, architecture, and, yes, cheese.
Regardless of where you are, what you studied, or which path you took on your journey after Northeastern—once a Husky, always a Husky! Though we couldn’t come together in person this year, Golden Graduates celebrated with a week of virtual programming.
Learn about the major health, socio-economic, cultural, and political issues that characterize the every-day life of the people and communities of Kenya. Presented from the busting capital of Nairobi, you will learn why Kenya offers the most unique opportunity to learn about global health, while also discovering the food, history, and culture that make the country so special.
Please join the Roux Institute for a conversation with Stephen Smith, President & CEO of L.L.Bean and learn how L.L.Bean managed to have a stellar year despite the pandemic. Smith will also share ways in which L.L.Bean innovates and adapts, as well as what the company values in their employees. We will also discuss the partnership with the Roux […]
This event series is open to the community. Are you startup curious? Constantly wondering how problems in your daily routine could be improved? Interested in learning what it takes to start a company and grow it from prominent entrepreneurs? Join us to learn more from experienced individuals! Hosted by The Roux Institute.
Dr. Howard Conyers is a NASA rocket scientist, historian, and yes, barbecue pitmaster. As the descendent of farmers and barbecuing masters, he decided to dig deeper into the world of BBQ and quickly realized that the contributions of black Americans had been erased from those stories. He is now on a quest to fix the record and share the rich history of how black Americans have made barbecue what it is today. Join us to hear about how Dr. Conyers began his journey and what he has discovered along the way.
Hear from Elizabeth Hudson, Dean of the College of Arts, Media and Design, Dan Adams, Director of the School of Architecture, Sara Jensen Carr, Assistant Professor of Architecture, and Kristian Kloeckl, Associate Professor of Art+Design, for a conversation on how design and architecture contribute to issues such as the future of work, human health, urban ecology and how this discussion has re-ignited and changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Campus Executive Chef Tom Barton as he cooks from “The Berkshire’s Farm Table Cookbook: 125 Homegrown Recipes from the New England Hills,” while having an interactive conversation with authors Elisa Spungen Bildner and Robert Bildner. The Bildners will share their story of paying tribute to the dedicated family farmers and farm-to-table chefs of the Berkshires. The cost of this […]
Examine the social and cultural significance of fashion and explore global issues of gender, race, class, identity, material culture, and sustainability. Gain a deeper understanding of the complex world of the fashion industry while you “explore” this world-class city known for its unique fashion style.