Empower - The Campaign for Northeastern University



Wednesday, October 23

Free Hearing Assessments for Faculty, Staff and Students

Did all that loud music affect your hearing? Are people mumbling or are you, possibly, missing some sounds? Is your hearing better or poorer than the...

Making Tomorrow Happen

A celebration of the art and impact of research at Northeastern, featuring the faculty as photographed by Len Rubenstein.

Morning Prayer

Sponsored by the Agape Christian Fellowship

Lessons learned from Superstorm Sandy and the Boston Marathon Bombing

Join newly appointed Dean Uta Poiger for a discussion on resilience in the Social Sciences and Humanities. Over breakfast, Dean Poiger will lead a discussion...

Weight Watchers @ Work Meeting

Start the new school year right; join Weight Watchers @ Work! Get moving and motivated this Fall. Any faculty, student or staff member is welcome to join. ...

Engineering Wednesdays

An engineering-specific information session and tour for prospective undergraduate students and their families. (Occurs every Wednesday)

Campus Sustainability Day Information Table and LED Raffle

Oct 23 is Campus Sustainability Day! Drop by the information table outside Snell Library, under the overhang, and learn about NU's sustainability...

Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

Come pick up a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF colletion box and fill it with change during the month of October to donate to UNICEF. Save a child this Halloween!

Colloquium Series: Dr. Flora Meilleur

Colloquium Series: Dr. Flora Meilleur, Joint Assistant Professor at North Carolina State University and Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Raleigh, NC and Oak...

Law School Faculty Colloquium

with Professor Stephen Wilf. Professor Kara Swanson to comment. http://law.uconn.edu/faculty/profiles/steven-wilf

Open Access Week: Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon and Meetup

Join us to improve Wikipedia's coverage of underrepresented groups in local Boston history. All participants, in-person and remote, welcome! Interested in...

Yoga With Jacqueline Rossi

Following the free trial (week of September 8), each class will meet once a week for 10 weeks. There is a charge of $50 for students and $100 for faculty and...

Guided Mediation

With student James Statts

Ask Off Campus: Bike Safety

Stop by our office at 226 Curry Student Center to ask any burning questions you might have about living off campus. Whether it's about security deposits,...

A Single-payer System: Closer Than You Think

Harry Chen, Vermont Commissioner of Public Health, presents at the fall Open Classroom Series. The fall Open Classroom Series features experts in health...

The Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Policy for a Healthy America

The School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs' signature program is the Open Classroom Series. Each semester we develop one graduate-level policy seminar and...

Wednesday, October 23