We are proud to deliver content to our global community that is accessible both in real time and on your own time. This one-stop-shop is home to recorded programming, and will be continually updated. A broader range of offerings can be found on the alumni youtube channel. Check out some of our content highlights below.
Listen to the PhD Network in an exclusive panel with alumni and partners tackling the most challenging problems in healthcare.
Part of The Roux Institute Presents: Our People, Our Work, Our Community series, this kick-off event featured an interview about the state of Maine with Northeastern University Senior Vice Provost & Senior Chancellor Mary Ludden and Governor Janet Mills.
Northeastern Professor Vanessa Johnson discussed the history behind the development of Ghana’s universal healthcare system and both the opportunities and challenges in providing health care in the country. We also heard about the Dialogue of Civilization she leads through Ghana.
In this session, we discuss the challenges with an emphasis on those new to management, interested in becoming managers, or seeking insights from our speaker Dr. Tan Morales. Dr. Morales Dr. Tan currently leads Learning & Development, Organizational Change, Performance, Talent Enablement, and Career for Equifax.
Hear from former Northeastern Men’s Hockey Head Coach and current Director of Athletics and Recreation, Jim Madigan, DMSB’86 as he discusses the changing landscape of college athletics.
How do you build relationships and foster genuine connections in today’s professional landscape? This is a conversation about the importance of leveraging your community as a resource to identify partners and find meaningful mentors.
Alumna Sandra Fletcher, CJ’00, MS’05, led a session on learning what your values are to living a more intentional life. In this session attendees spent time discovering what’s important about living a more values-driven life.
In conjunction with the Department of Theatre’s production of As U Like It, this panel discussed how to bring Shakespeare into modern times. Members of the cast and creative team will discuss how As U Like It was adapted because of COVID-19 restrictions and to give it a more contemporary edge, through a queer, non-binary lens.