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From being on a co-op to having co-op students Chris Jelly, Khoury’14 has seen firsthand how the co-op experience can change someone’s life. Chris converses with his co-op advisor Melissa Peikin, Senior Co-op Coordinator and Director of Undergrad Co-op, about the importance of this program at Northeastern. Hear about the state of the program and how it continues to shape the Northeastern Experience for both students and co-op partners.
While most students who study architecture will go on to become licensed architects and practice professionally in the field, there are many alternatives. This program will provide students and recent graduates the opportunity to hear from Northeastern School of Architecture alumni who have created unique career paths, offering inspiration and advice to those seeking to move on beyond the traditional architecture path.
The twelfth annual Women in the Law Conference was presented by the Northeastern University School of Law. This conference provided career guidance and professional development growth to women attorneys and other professionals at all stages of their careers and brought together powerful decisionmakers from Massachusetts, Alaska, Canada, California, Illinois, New York, Washington, DC, and beyond. The keynote speaker was Michele Coleman Mayes, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for the New York Public Library.
Prior to 2016, most biomedical research was done almost exclusively on male animals – completely ignoring any possible differences females and other sexes could experience. Prof. Rebecca Shansky knew that this can – and has – led to treatments for neurological diseases and illnesses that do not work in women. Professor Shansky is on a mission to understand differences that sex has on the brain’s responses to trauma. Hear from Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, and Peter Bex, Chair of the Psychology Department, introduced Professor Shansky to speak about her revolutionary research in how sex affects brain structure and function.
Inspired by the punk and zine culture in New York City, the cofounders of Vănguard traveled to Việt Nam in 2014 where they ignited a queer revolution using handmade zines. In this workshop, they will give a brief history of zines, reflect on their journey to Việt Nam, and show you technical skills to make your own digital zine masterpiece.
Microservices are an emerging class of workloads being run on cloud computing platforms. The core reason for current practices is “fear and anxiety of uncertainty” and “not lack of a more efficient solution”. In this talk, Dr. Tiwari will discuss a new principled, calm approach to control that fear and anxiety.
Join us for an online info session with Naeem Zafar, Faculty Director, to learn about NUBridge and how it can help you become employer-ready in just a few months. Taught by Northeastern University’s leading industry partners in the Bay Area, NUBridge will equip you with the skills needed to adapt and respond to ever-changing market demands ranging from digital marketing to introductory coding for non-computer science majors.
Participants learned about timely topics including reopening schools; working with immigrant and refugee students; and racism in schools and nursing temperature assessment. This annual summer event was run by the Northeastern University School Health Academy and offered the opportunity for 12 contact hours.
The D’Amore McKim School of Business will be hosting its annual Summer Networking Event, this time via Zoom Breakout Rooms. Employers will be placed in breakout rooms with groups of students that will rotate after a certain amount of time. Come meet students and alumni in the our graduate business programs both MBA and MSF.
Join Northeastern’s Khoury College of Computer Sciences staff to learn more about the Align Master’s in Computer Science program for non-computer science majors and ask the team any questions you have as you explore a career in tech.