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3.26.20 | 12-1:30pm

(Canceled) Spring NU@Noon | Iran and The US: Crisis and War or Diplomacy and Normalization?

The governments of the U.S. and Iran have had hostile relations since the 1979 Iranian Revolution and the hostage takeover by radical students immediately afterward. Most recently, it appeared that the two countries were on the brink of war. In the past decades, several opportunities for normalization were missed or were undermined. What accounts for the mutual hostility and continued belligerence? The presentation will provide a timeline of key events involving the two countries and argue that peace, stability, and security in the Middle East region- and indeed in the world - depends on the capacity of both sides to apologize, compromise, and normalize relations.

3.26.20 | 11:30am-2pm

(Canceled) Lifespan Class: Volunteer “Patients” for Physical Therapy Class

Northeastern Physical Therapy students in their final academic semester at Northeastern welcome the experience to interact with adults from the community. This is an opportunity for Bouvé alumni to assist by acting as volunteer “patients” and contribute to the students’ education and development. Functional tests are selected and administered, and outcomes are analyzed and shared. Lunch and parking will be provided. This is open to Bouvé alumni 60+. Email Lisa Bolduc to reserve your spot.

3.26.20 | 8-9am

(Postponed) Metrowest Business and Career Networking Breakfast

Whether you are looking for business leads or career connections, join us to for engaging conversation and to develop new contacts. Start your with a day by tapping into the power of your Northeastern alumni network and enjoying a delicious breakfast!

3.25.20 | 12-12:45pm

Senior Session III

We know the disruption to your senior year is unprecedented and want to make sure that you and your entire class know the Alumni Relations team is here for you. We invite you to join us next week for an opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be Northeastern’s newest alumni. You may […]

3.24.20 | 6-8pm

(Canceled) Senior Stuff-A-Husky

Stuff your own pup, grab a drink on us, snack on some apps, and enjoy your fellow seniors.

3.24.20 | 12-12:45pm

Senior Session II

We know the disruption to your senior year is unprecedented and want to make sure that you and your entire class know the Alumni Relations team is here for you. We invite you to join us next week for an opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be Northeastern’s newest alumni. You may […]

3.24.20 | 8:30-9:15am

Senior Session I

We know the disruption to your senior year is unprecedented and want to make sure that you and your entire class know the Alumni Relations team is here for you. We invite you to join us next week for an opportunity to ask questions about what it means to be Northeastern’s newest alumni. You may […]

3.21.20 | 9am-5pm

(Canceled) NU Law Review Symposium: Eyes on Me: Innovation and Technology in Contemporary Times

Northeastern University Law Review (NULR) is excited to announce “Eyes on Me: Innovation and Technology in Contemporary Times,” as its 2020 Symposium topic. Academics and practitioners will gather to discuss the impact of innovation and technology on contemporary legal society through three different panels: Eyes on the Arts, Eyes on Privacy and Eyes on Innovation. The annual NULR Symposium is open for all to attend and focuses on targeted legal issues, showcasing diverse viewpoints and resolutions through interdisciplinary discourse.

3.19.20 | 7-9pm

(Canceled) L.A. Kings vs. Boston Bruins Game

Come join your L.A. Northeastern Community for a fast paced Boston Bruins hockey game! Enjoy watching from section 331 as the L.A. Kings host the Boston Bruins and enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow alumni, parents, and friends. Once you purchase the tickets, you will need to download the AXS Tickets app where your tickets will be sent.

3.19.20 | 12am-1pm

(Canceled) Lessons Learned at the Sharp End of Care

Most health care providers will experience an adverse event or a death of a patient in the course of their career. Join us for a presentation by expert and School of Nursing Dean, Maria van Pelt, about the second victim phenomenon, and the impact on patient safety and provider wellness. Policies and procedures on how to handle the aftermath of adverse events and the emotional well-being of the provider have not been mandated. If a provider adopts a “business as usual” mentality after such an event, this may lead to dysfunctional behavior, subsequent harm to the provider, and suboptimal care for subsequent patients.