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Wednesday, March 27

Engineering Wednesdays

Engineering Wednesdays 11:00am

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

Admissions Visitor Center (West Village F)  
Special Chemical Engineering & Bioengineering Seminar “Engineering μFNs to do Quantitative Biology” by Dr. David S. Dandy of Colorado Sate University

Special Chemical Engineering &... 11:45am

An overarching goal in biology is to develop a complete understanding of cellular mechanisms by studying the functions of intra- and inter-cellular molecular...

West Village H, 108  
Across the World in 4 Plates: Hunger Banquet

Across the World in 4 Plates: Hunger Banquet 12:00pm

Come see how the food system breaks down across the world at this surprising, often moving event, part of Food Justice Week's Four Plates Series!

Social Justice Resource Center  
Career Conversation: Careers in Art- Putting Your Talent to Work in Community and Youth Programs

Career Conversation: Careers in Art- Putting... 12:00pm

Creativity of all kinds can be a powerful connector. Many organizations use creative programs to engage at risk youth, foster community development and...

Stearns, 12  
Cooking Demo—Marga Raffucci, Guest Restaurant Chef

Cooking Demo—Marga Raffucci, Guest Restaurant... 12:00pm

Located in the heart of Boston’s historic Copley Square, Sorellina presents modern interpretations of classic Italian cuisine with an emphasis on distinct...

Xhibition Kitchen  
The Valerie Gordon Human Rights Lecture: Promoting Social Rights: Has the UN Done its job?

The Valerie Gordon Human Rights Lecture:... 12:00pm

Please join us for this annual lecture commemorating the life and work of Valerie Gordon ’93. The annual Valerie Gordon Human Rights Lecture honors...

Dockser Building, 240  
Weekly Twitter Chat

Weekly Twitter Chat 12:00pm

Join us each Wednesday at noon for a chat about science on Twitter. Each week we will hve a guest from the world of science. Send your questions ahead of...

"Got Breath?" -- Mindfulness Meditation

"Got Breath?" -- Mindfulness Meditation 3:00pm

These sessions begin with gentle movement or walking and move into guided seated practice. Time is also spent discussing the practice and how to integrate...

Sacred Space, 200 Ell Hall  
Finding a Career that Fits Your Interests

Finding a Career that Fits Your Interests 5:00pm

A career counselor will provide instruction on how to use the onetonline.org interest profiler to help you find out what your interests are and how they...

Stearns, 12  
University FY14 Budget Planning

University FY14 Budget Planning 5:00pm

The Student Government Association, Graduate Student Government, and the Office for Student Affairs invite you to join us and members of the University's...

Curry Student Center, 333  
Carnevale Pop-Up Art Show

Carnevale Pop-Up Art Show 5:30pm

Come and join us for a night of fine art at the ISSI! Works of art from the Northeastern community, as well as photos from the ISSI photo contest will be on...

Ell Hall, 405  
Guided Meditation for a Warm Heart

Guided Meditation for a Warm Heart 6:00pm

Love, compassion, unity, and appreciation are states of mind that keep us happy. Through training in meditation, we can learn to cultivate and hold these...

Sacred Space, 200 Ell Hall  
NU Interfaith Council (NUIC) Dinner Dialogue and Gathering

NU Interfaith Council (NUIC) Dinner Dialogue... 6:00pm

Please join us for our biweekly Dinner Dialogues! We welcome those back who attended last year and new folks interested in joining us. All are welcome!

Sacred Space  
Open Classroom Series: Climate Change. Challenges. Solutions.

Open Classroom Series: Climate Change.... 6:00pm

Each semester, The School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs selects one graduate-level seminar and opens it up to the entire campus and public-at-large to...

West Village F, 20  
Food Justice Week Presents: Keith McHenry

Food Justice Week Presents: Keith McHenry 7:00pm

Come hear Keith McHenry, founder of Food Not Bombs, as he tells his story and inspires others to fight hunger and poverty.

Richards Hall, 300  
Keith McHenry: Food Not Bombs

Keith McHenry: Food Not Bombs 7:00pm

Keith McHenry, founder of Food Not Bombs, will join us the evening of Wednesday, March 27th to speak about the history, principles and Food Not Bombs global...

Richards Hall, 300  

Wednesday, March 27