Vice President of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving, Rick Davis, will lead an interactive discussion on how the Alumni Relations and Annual Giving teams can be of service to you while helping you achieve what is next…
Join the Department of African American Studies for a panel discussion rooted in Africana Studies Scholarship and its intersections with COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter.
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.
Pop-culture phenomena like J.R.R. Tolkien’s Elvish, Star Trek’s Klingon, and Game of Thrones’s Dothraki offer only a glimpse of the imagination demonstrated by the centuries-old community of conlangers, or creators of artificial languages. In this mini-class, we’ll survey the diversity of these systems of communication, with an eye to the whys and hows of their design, and how well they’ve been able to satisfy their intended purposes. Part of a series with the Linguistics Program.
Join the Northeastern School of Law for a spotlight on Tram Nguyen, L'13, in a discussion on breaking down barriers. Tram is the Massachusetts State Representative for the 18th Essex District. This event is part of the 'Zoomin' in on' series featuring graduates in a virtual conversation with Mielle Marquis, Northeastern Law's director of external relations.
This introductory workshop was for those who have thought about starting a journal, but weren’t sure where to begin. Led by Seattle based alumna, Mary Allison Brown, BHS’02.
The coronavirus has altered the ways in which we live and travel, with potentially damaging effects on water quality, and potentially revolutionary opportunities to detect the virus in the early stages of infection. In this discussion, our panelists will explore the implications of COVID-19 on water quality and the environment.
Join us for a unique opportunity to hear from two recruiters about their perspective on the hiring process and the current employment landscape. Our speakers will provide insights about what they look for in resumes, virtual interviews, LinkedIn and more.
In the age of COVID-19, art is happening simultaneously everywhere, at all times, and nowhere. Our relationships to physical space, objects, and now virtual audiences are reconfigured and mediated by expansions and distortions in the digital realm. Join curator, Leonie Bradbury and guest speakers for a conversation to discuss the ways they are expanding artistic practice on digital media platforms.
A gathering to connect (Wo)Men in Tech to mentors, peers & resources. Tech belongs to everybody. Design your own conference experience and take charge of what matters most to you in the workplace. Together we'll tackle over 60 key topics for women in tech.