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Wednesday, November 6

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

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. ...

ECE Distinguished Speaker Series: Implementing a Wireless Geophysical Sensor Network

Tracy Camp, Professor of Computer Science Colorado School of Mines Abstract: Designing an efficient wireless sensor network capable of real-time,...

Engineering Wednesdays

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

Special Chemical Engineering Seminar: Distinguished Lecture Series

Lecture Topic: “Managing Innovation in a Challenging Global Economic Environment” by Jeffrey S. Garanich, Director of The Sapphire Group, LLC

“Managing Innovation in a Challenging Global Economic Environment”

Managing Innovation in a Challenging Global Economic Environment” JEFFREY S. GARANICH, Ph.D. Director The Sapphire Group LLC New York, NY

Colloquium Series: Dr. Gojko Lalic

Colloquium Series: Dr. Gojko Lalic, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at University of Washington; Seattle, WA Title: “TBA” Host: Dr. Oyinda Oyelaran

Cookbook Signing—Where There’s Smoke

Join Us For This Xhibition Kitchen Event! Free Cooking Demo and Cookbook Signing. Books are available at the event and the NU bookstore. Free admission: If...

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

3D Studio Drop-in Hours

Stop by and learn about how you can scan, print, and develop your own 3D projects! Students can meet with the library’s 3D printing specialist and see...

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...

Conversations at CAMD with Architect Moshe Safdie and TED conference founder Richard Saul Wurman

Richard Saul Wurman, Distinguished Professor of the Practice of Design in the College of Arts, Media and Design at Northeastern University, will stage a...

Master of Public Administration, Meet the Faculty

Join us for networking and discussion, while welcoming Northeastern's Drs. Laurie Dopkins, Director of Graduate Programs for School of Public Policy and...

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...

Why Getting Healthy is Hard

Cheryl Bartlett, MA Health Comissioner and Paul Kuehnert, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Leader, present at the fall Open Classroom Series. The fall Open...

#AAHW13 - Open Mic Night

As part of Asian American Heritage Week, Barkada and KASA bring a night PAAC'ed with talent! Musicians, singers, and songwriters are welcome to the...

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 6