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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!
Hear from Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talks to James Monaghan, Associate Professor of Biology. Professor Monaghan's expertise is in regeneration 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.
Professor William Mayer, Professor of Political Science, shared his thoughts and expertise on the future of American Politics under the new Biden Administration.
In conjunction with the Department of Theatre’s production of As U Like It, the panel discussed bringing Shakespeare into modern times. Members of the cast and creative team will discuss how As U Like It was adapted because of COVID-19 restrictions and to give it a more contemporary edge, through a queer, non-binary lens.
Jonathan Kaufman, the Director of the School of Journalism, hosted a Northeastern-exclusive interview with Marty Baron, former Executive Editor of The Washington Post. The event was covered by News@Northeastern.
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 […]
Northeastern faculty expert, Dr. Alicia Sasser Modestino, provided insights on why the current economic downturn has been called a “she-cession”. She also discussed her research, which demonstrates that childcare is not just a family issue; it’s a business and economic issue.
In this recorded workshop, D’Amore-McKim School of Business Distinguished Professor Paula Caligiuri broke down the individual competencies needed to build your cultural agility to form relationships, create global business plans, and succeed in large strategic initiatives across cultures.