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Regardless of where you are, your Northeastern network is there for you. Bond, socialize, learn, or build personal connections with your community and the global Northeastern network. Find an event to attend.

2.25.21 | 12-12:30pm

Northeastern How To: Start A Podcast

Boston based alumna, Ana Ayobiojo, AS’10 shared how she develops and grows a brand, from coming up with a podcast concept, to curating content, to securing guests.

2.23.21 | 5:30-6pm

Northeastern How To: Publish Your Writing

Boston community volunteer, Kreety Kc, CPS’18 shared how she developed a blog idea into an eBook, and empowered listeners to walk away with tips for growing your audience, tapping into your network, and setting the right price point for your work.

2.13.21 | 1-1:30pm

Northeastern How To: Build a Gingerbread House

Husband and wife alumni duo, Courtney Byrne, AS’09 and Robinson Hill, MS’15, MBA’16 ‘welcomed’ us into their kitchen as they demonstrated Gingerbread house measuring, constructing, and decorating.

01.27.21 | 12:00PM ET

Evolution of Engineering & Construction Company Norms in a COVID-19 World

Hosted by the Northeastern University Civil Engineering Alumni Organization, this informational panel discussed the "new normal" in the AEC industry. Listen to industry leaders Steve Duvel, Senior Vice President of the New England Division at Gilbane Building Company, Aaron Gallagher, Vice President and Director of Civil Engineering at Nitsch Engineering, and Johanna Hall, E'05, Team Leader at Weston & Sampson, on how they have tackled these new challenges in order to continue projects and keep building. The panel was moderated by NUCEAO Secretary Allison Goldberg, E'15 with closing networking groups.

1.14.21 - 1.28.21

Public Health Approaches to Protecting Youth from Gun Violence: COVID and Beyond

In this virtual conference, health care professionals and other experts discussed the increased risk of gun violence at home and in public (including schools) during the COVID pandemic, and recommend public health approaches to reduce gun violence affecting youth. Each session included Q&A and a moderated break-out discussion. This was a three-part conference series. CE credits were also available for participants.

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