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Join us and enjoy a broad range of educational, intellectually-stimulating, and fun activities designed especially for alumni, friends, and other Northeastern community members.  Stay updated on latest trends, research, and achievements by hearing from our faculty, community leaders, and industry experts. Gain new knowledge through guided tours and explore the places you know from a whole new perspective.

 

Meeting Location

NU@Noon meets in room 361 of the George J. Kostas Research Institute for Homeland Security. This building is located up the main driveway of Northeastern’s Innovation Campus in Burlington, MA, on the right-hand side. Parking is available in the lot to the left of the building and there are handicap spaces available.  Buses will depart from the main doors of the Kostsas Research Institute for all NU@Noon trips.

Due to security protocols, each person will need a government-issued photo ID to enter the building. If you are not a U.S. citizen, contact our office to complete an online form in advance. 

Upcoming Events


Hidden Victimization: Labor Trafficking in the United States

Tuesday, Oct. 30 | 12 p.m.
Kostas Research Institute, 141 South Bedford St., Burlington, MA
$6 per person

Labor trafficking is a devastating crime that robs victims of their humanity, and denies workers basic human rights. Identifying victims and holding perpetrators or firms accountable is challenging due to language barriers, citizenship status, and industry-specific practices have complicated the ability for both law enforcement and victims’ service agencies to respond. Join us to explore the nature of labor trafficking in the US; learn about victims’ experiences from their recruitment, movement, exploitation and escape

Speaker: Amy Farrell, PhD’01, Associate Director and Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice


Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate 

Wednesday, Nov. 14 | 10:30 a.m.
Columbia Point, 210 Morrissey Blvd., Boston, MA
$40 per person, $52 with bus
Bus departs Kostas Research Institute at 9:45 a.m.

The Edward M. Kennedy Institute engages and connects the public with the legislative process and how it works. Join fellow alumni for a guided tour of the Institute’s museum, and experience democracy first hand through the interactive program, “Great Senate Debates: The Censure of Senator Joseph McCarthy.” Enjoy a casual lunch at the museum following the tour.


The Politics of the Farm Bill – and Why You Should Care

Thursday, Nov. 29 | 12 p.m.
Kostas Research Institute, 141 South Bedford St., Burlington, MA
$6 per person

Join us to examine the politics of the 2018 Farm Bill – the omnibus bill that is renewed every 5 years, and helps shapes policy for crop subsidies and food stamps, to nutrition and food safety standards. Learn why non-farmers should care about it and what Farm Bill dynamics tell us about contemporary American politics at large.

Speaker: Christopher Bosso, PhDProfessor of Public Policy and Politics


Handel’s “Messiah”

Saturday, Dec. 1 | 12:30 p.m.
Alumni Center, 716 Columbus Ave., 6th Floor, Boston, MA
$75 per person
Transportation between the Alumni Center and Symphony Hall is included in the ticket price. 

Nothing says holiday tradition like Handel’s iconic masterpiece, “Messiah.” The Handel + Haydn society, led by acclaimed Baroque master Bernard Labadie, deliver “Messiah” in Boston. Experience the pulse and momentum that adds to the show’s power of lifting the heart and soul. Join us for a luncheon in the Alumni Center prior to the show.

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