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Past Events

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Showing events that end before 8.6.20
08.05.20 | 12:00PM ET

Summer Virtual Networking Event

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.

08.05.20 | 12:00PM ET

Power, Privilege, and Transformation: Lessons from the Pandemic for Online Legal Education

The University of Miami School of Law, in partnership with the AALS Journal of Legal Education, is delighted to host a virtual symposium to discuss the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has transformed legal education in the United States. Northeastern Law Professors Jeremy Paul and Margaret Woo, co-editors of the Journal of Legal Education, will moderate panels.

08.04.20 | 12:00PM ET

A Bridge to Computer Science: ALIGN

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.

08.04.20 | 1:00PM ET

SCOTUS Focus Over Coffee

Two long-time friends and professors of law will discuss the recent surprising Supreme Court rulings. Join Professor Emerita Judy Brown and Matthews Distinguished University Professor Wendy Parmet over coffee or tea (virtually). Both of these legal powerhouses have taught Constitutional Law extensively and, although Brown retired in 2001, she still teaches Constitutional Law in continuing education programs at the University of Arizona, and, up until last year, at Dartmouth, as well. Parmet is a nationally known health law expert and head of Northeastern Law's Center for Health Policy and Law.

08.04.20 | 12:00PM ET

CLIC Summer Series: Protests, Algorithms and Data Journalism

This panel is presented by the Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC) as part its summer series of expert-driven conversations about the future of surveillance technology, and produced in partnership with the law school’s Center for Public Interest Advocacy and Collaboration and the Program on Human Right and the Global Economy. John Wihbey, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism, is a featured panelist.

7.30.20 | 12:00PM CT

Northeastern How To: Mask Making

No sewing experience required! This all-levels session will show you how to create your own CDC-compliant face mask. Led by Chicago based alumna, Rachel Rappe, DMSB’15.

07.30.2020 | 1:00PM ET

The Impact of COVID-19 on Mental Health and Emerging Strategies to Support People through and beyond the Pandemic

COVID-19 has created unprecedented sources of individual, social and societal disruption. In this session, we will discuss ongoing research at the Institute for Health Equity and Social Justice Research, Department of Health Sciences, and from the APPEAR team in the Department of Applied Psychology, examining the impact of COVID-19 on mental health – specifically examining the impact of the pandemic on people with serious mental illness; and the impact on disordered eating. We will also discuss emerging strategies to support mental health and well-being during COVID and to address the long lasting impacts on mental health of the pandemic.

07.29.20 | 12:00PM ET

The Future of Transportation Resilience: Transportation Systems in the Age of COVID-19

Transportation systems are vitally important to the functioning of a city. However, the potentially close quarters of public transit, the near-term impact of the stay-at-home advisories on air travel, and the shift in many business to incorporate working from home, all exhibit the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the broader fragility of our urban systems. Our expert panel, consisting of faculty and government officials, will discuss what transportation systems and transportation resilience may look like in a post-pandemic world.

07.28.20 | 5:00PM ET

Journalism, Media and Race: Reporting Responsibly in 2020

As part of our ongoing Connect, Inspire, Create speaker series, please join the College of Arts, Media and Design and the School of Journalism for a panel discussion featuring three award-winning alumni currently working in the field of Journalism; Tyler Blint-Welsh, AMD'19, Danae Bucci, AMD'20, and Michael Frisby, AMD'77. They will be sharing their experiences as well as what they have seen happening in the field up to this point. The discussion will be moderated by School of Journalism Professor and Director, Jonathan Kaufman, and will be followed by a Q&A session.

7.24.20 | 1-2pm

Ace Your Interview

Join us to discover interview strategies for communicating your value and personal brand. You’ll learn how to prepare for behavioral interviews and answer difficult questions. In addition, we’ll discuss how to stand out from the crowd in virtual, screening and group interviews.