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Wednesday, November 13

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

Jordan Dialogue of Civilizations

Experience one of the world’s most exciting and historical cities, at its most exciting time in history. Dialogue with Jordanian students and...

Walk in Wednesday

Drop in for a Walk-in Wednesday to learn more about our 15 master’s and three doctoral programs in the industry-aligned sectors of business, government and...

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)

Chemical Engineering Seminar

Speaker: Elias Manolakos, Ph.D., University of Athens, Greece, "Computational Methods to Decipher the Dynamic Processes of Cells and Living Organisms"

Colloquium Series: Dr. Gunda Georg

Colloquium Series: Dr. Gunda Georg, Professor and Head of Medicinal Chemistry at University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN Title: “Drug Discovery in...

Cooking Demo—Amie Smith, NU Alumnae & Guest Chef

Join Us For This Xhibition Kitchen Event! Free Cooking Demo Free admission: If you would like to attend just the XK demonstration without eating lunch in...

Women's basketball vs. Rutgers

Come watch the Northeastern women's basketball team take on the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.

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

Research Now

These monthly meetings bring together faculty members interested in discussing current research in the area of teaching and learning in higher education.

Where is Univerity Going? A Proposal for Our Digital, Post-Democratic Age

Speaker: Juan Carlos De Martin Organization: NEXA Center for Internet & Scoiety, Politecnico of Torino, Italy, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard...

Condensed Matter Seminar

"Integrable One-Dimensional Three-Body Problems Based on Exceptional and Non-Crystallographic Root Systems and Relaxation in One-Dimensional Two-Mass...

IEW Denise Club: A Conversation with Denise Garcia & Denise Horn

An intriguing discussion about current events and international affairs! Follow us on Twitter @NEUIEW or check out our website for more information!

Graduate Roundtable Information Session

Join us at our uptown Charlotte campus on Wednesday, November 13, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. for a graduate roundtable discussion to learn how our graduate programs...

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...

When Politicians Play Doctor: Legislating Reproductive Health

Dr. Martha "Marty" Walz, Executive Director of Planned Parenthood, presents at the fall Open Classroom Series. The fall Open Clasroom Series features experts...

The Phantom Lady

About the play Don Manuel is in over his head: he gets caught in a sword fight defending a mysterious woman's honor, and gets in deeper trouble answering a...

Wednesday, November 13