The 2019-2020 "Authority and Subversion" Fellowship will discuss whistleblowing with the following invited speakers: Allison Stanger, Professor of International Politics and Economics at Middlebury College, David Sanger, New York Times correspondent and author Lida Maxwell, Associate Professor of Political Science and WGSS at Boston University.
Join us as Northeastern unveils its digital-first business transformation strategy in the UK, with the launch of its newest cooperative education model – apprenticeships! Get an early look at how this ‘first of its kind’ degree apprenticeship, built in collaboration with digital transformation leader ServiceNow, can create accessible pathways to high-quality digital and technology careers. […]
What do you hope to accomplish during your time at Northeastern? Will you start your own company, be the captain of a club sports team, or achieve that dream co-op? Write a letter to your senior self. The Office of Alumni Relations will print the letter and keep your safe until your senior year when […]
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.
Following an onslaught of state violence in response to Black Lives Matter protests across the United States, Northeastern alumni convened for a panel on Activism, anti-Blackness, and White Supremacy as they appear in the queer community.
Participants learned how to pair easy snacks with classic cocktails and upped their entertaining game. Led by Boston based alumni, Julien Levesque, DMSB’12 and Kenzie Swanhart, AMD’12.
Participants made exercise a priority and learned how to lead an active lifestyle while participating in a professionally led 30-minute self-weight workout. Led by NYC based alumnus, Jeremy Sullivan, AS’03.
Learn about inventive ways alumni are maintaining their creativity and garnering strength through troubling situations. This panel will cover: leveraging your platform, connecting to your community and tapping into your creative energy.
Join us for an engaging interactive conversation with Bouvé faculty and alumnae who are directly impacted on the frontlines of post-COVID rehabilitation. Our expert panelists will share their leadership strategies, insight and experience in physical therapy and communication sciences disorders research, education and practice. Learn how the COVID pandemic has challenged them in new ways to persevere and what changes they see coming to their professions.