The Curated Collisions Series will kick off with a 3-hour online event this December 10th, convened by Northeastern University’s Health Sciences Entrepreneurs Program and the Bouvé College of Health Sciences. Join leaders from industry and academia who will share their perspectives and approaches to solving the complex problems faced today in health and life sciences, while building relationships and collaborations around grand health challenges. Collide with CEOs, SVPs, VPs, Directors, and Managers from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, healthcare, and higher education organizations.
Esteemed panelists from the Museum of Fine Arts to discussed how the pandemic affected the museum's mission. The Myra Kraft Open Classroom was presented by the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs.
Learn how to utilize Northeastern's exclusive networking platform features to your full career advantage in this 30-minute mini-webinar. Find out how to get what you need as well as how you can help others. Gain pointers for easy profile creation and search tips. And discover how you can help others regarding career and entrepreneurship advice, industry insights, work-life balance tips, and more! NUsource has more than 3,100 alumni and 2,500 student users from 35 states and 30 countries. Michele Rapp, Associate Director of Alumni Career Strategy will lead this webinar.
Antibiotics are one of the single greatest advances in medicine. However, inappropriate use threatens to lead us into a post-antibiotic era. Brandon Dionne, Assistant Clinical Professor shared more about the history of antibiotics and what we can do to ensure their future utility.
COVID-19 created unprecedented sources of individual, social and societal disruption. In this session, the topics of 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 were discussed. Also discussed were emerging strategies to support mental health and well-being during COVID and to address the long lasting impacts on mental health of the pandemic.
Hear from Raj Echambadi, Dunton Family Dean of the D’Amore-McKim School of Business, in an exciting and engaging conversation with distinguished global family business leaders. Panelists Henadi Al-Saleh, Chairperson of Kuwait’s Agility Logistics Corporation, Anil Mahtani, PNT'17, PNT'21, PNT’25, Director of Hong Kong’s Maxwell’s Clothiers, and Meher Pudumjee, Chairperson of India’s Thermax Ltd., will discuss decision-making, governance, and succession planning considerations established family businesses face, as well as provide reflections on how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted these discussions.
While 2020 may have brought a lot of change to our lives, it couldn't dash our spirit for the holidays. We brought an exclusive virtual meet and greet with Santa and Mrs. Claus to our Northeastern families. Santa helped the kids get their list ready and joined fellow Huskies for a family-friendly online event. Attendees enjoyed a holiday movie and other spirited activities before each family joined a breakout room for some dedicated time with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Finding the contribution that is ‘yours to do’ brings real satisfaction and the reward of knowing that in whatever way, you are making a difference. Are you in the right place, doing what you are meant to be doing at this time? In this session we explored your answer to that question with the support […]
Leon Rozmarin, a lecturer at Northeastern University discussed the shift in world balance on the global stage and the current geopolitical landscape.
Join Hazel Sive, Dean of the College of Science, as she talks to Neel Joshi, Associate Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, on his research in biomaterials. Learn how Professor Joshi is modifying microbes to make new materials, molecules and organisms.