The Netherlands is the world’s showcase for sustainable urban transportation: 25% of trips are made by bicycle and 10% of travel is by public transportation (about 5 times more than the US), while its traffic fatality rate is the lowest in the world. Peter Furth, Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, will discuss how the country developed its large, car-free and car-lite city centers so that they are thriving economically and home to world-renowned art, architecture, and, yes, cheese.
Kick off Golden Graduates Weekend and join fellow Golden Graduates for a virtual Zoom social hour.
In the long hot summer of 1787, America’s quest for self-government, which began in the cabin of the Mayflower more than a century and a half before, reached a climax. In a dramatic and sometimes contentious convention, representatives from fractious states that had joined in revolution, gathered to write a Constitution… It began with “We the People.”
Join Patty Boutiette, Director of Gift Planning and Laurie Bowater, Senior Associate Director, Gift Planning, as they provide an introduction on ways you can use a qualified charitable distribution (the IRA charitable rollover) or beneficiary designation to support Northeastern and other charities, in a tax efficient way. Learn the basics of how this often overlooked part of retirement and estate planning can be used to give you tax savings as well as support your charitable giving.
Join fellow classmates from the Class of 1970 to celebrate a virtual 50th Reunion.
Join fellow classmates from the Class of 1971 to celebrate a virtual 50th Reunion. Connect with classmates that were in the same student group or organization. Attendees will be able to join breakout rooms for various student group.
Join Giordana Mecagni, Head, Archives and Special Collections, and Molly Brown, Reference and Outreach Archivist for a special presentation on the Northeastern Archives. Learn more about what makes up the Archives Collections and view memorabilia from your time on the Northeastern campus.
Join fellow classmates from the Class of 1971 to celebrate a virtual 50th Reunion. Connect with classmates that were in the same college or major. Attendees will be able to join breakout rooms for different areas of study.