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Wednesday, October 9

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...

Morning Prayer

Sponsored by the Agape Christian Fellowship

Wake Up Wednesday

Join us outside of Ruggles and in the Krentzman Quad for coffee or cocoa and a complimentary mug!

Mental Health Awareness Week

Talk More. Laugh More. Do More. Together we can change the conversation about mental health. Join us for events, activities, giveaways and resources to help...

GSS: Franklin Park Zoo

Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park, long considered the "crown jewel" of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace...

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)

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!

Chemical Plants and Production Platforms: Propagation to Protein Expression

Speaker: Wayne Curtis, Ph. D., Pennsylvania State University.

Colloquium Series: Dr. Wayne Curtis

Colloquium Series: Dr. Wayne Curtis, Professor of Chemical Engineering at Penn State University; State College, PA Title: “Green (and Red) Chemistry for...

Law School Faculty Colloquium

with Professor Anna Gelpern. Professor James Hackney to comment. http://www.law.georgetown.edu/faculty/gelpern-anna.cfm#

Meet the Author: Dan Kennedy

In The Wired City, Dan Kennedy explores the ecosystem of online journalism at the local and regional level using the New Haven Independent, a nonprofit...

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

Teaching Exchange

Teaching Exchanges are informal monthly meetings that provide an opportunity to meet colleagues who share an interest in discussing issues in teaching and...

Somalia and the World: Dialogue on the Kenyan Westgate Mall

Organized by the Department of Political Science and Department of African American Studies Northeastern University presents: Somalia and the World:...

Art in Ireland Information Session

Join Mary Hawkes Greene, Director of the Burren College of Art and Professor Mira Cantor to learn about a unique study abroad in Ireland. This is the first...

Law School Information Session for Prospective Students

Information Sessions focus on the unique aspects of Northeastern University School of Law, explore the admissions process, and discuss tips for applying to...

General Information Session

We encourage you to join us for an Information Session led by an admission staff member, along with a current student. All Information Sessions are held on...

Is There a Doctor in the House? Maybe Not, But Will it Matter?

Harris Berman presents for the fall Open Classroom series. The fall Open Classroom Series features experts in health policy who will provide in-depth...

Men's soccer vs. Hofstra

Come watch the Northeastern men's soccer team take on the Hofstra Pride.

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...

"Elephant's Graveyard"

About the play "Elephant's Graveyard" is the true tale of the tragic collision between a struggling circus and a tiny town in Tennessee, which resulted in...

Wednesday, October 9