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Wednesday, February 19

Engineering Wednesdays

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

John D. O'Bryant Recognition Ceremony

Join us as we celebrate the contributions of Northeastern University staff members that have served the university, students, and the Institute for many years.

Chemical Engineering Guest Seminar

Dr. Narendra Maheshri of MIT presents a seminar talk entitled, “Using Dynamical Measurements and Kinetic Models to Yield Biological Insights in Gene...

Louise Bruyn: My 1971 Walk from Newton Mass to Washington D.C. to Protest the Vietnam War

Author talk: Louise Bruyn "She Walked for All of Us," The author's account of her 1971 walk from Newton, Mass to Washington, D. C. to protest the Vietnam War

CSSH Wednesdays at the Visitor Center

CSSH offers a monthly one-hour admissions presentation in the Visitor Center which highlights the college’s interdisciplinary and global approach to...

Guided Meditation with student Dan Arias

Meditation practice is a practical method to become more familiar with the needs of your body and mind. By improving concentration and mindfulness we can...

Wunderman Y&R - International Co-op Employer Info Session

Z Academy Int'l Co-op positions are available for Fall 2014 at Wunderman International in several countries. Z AcademySM is an award-winning,...

IGERT Nano-Bio Innovation Seminar

Fred Schoen, M.D. Brigham and Women’s Hospital Heart Valve Replacement: Status, Translational Approaches, and Challenges The heart valve replacement...

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...

Art, Maps and Civic Engagement

Catherine D’Ignazio (a.k.a. kanarinka) is an artist, software developer and media researcher at the MIT Center for Civic Media. Her research centers around...

Art, Maps and Civic Engagement

Catherine D’Ignazio (a.k.a. kanarinka) is an artist, software developer and media researcher at the MIT Center for Civic Media. Her research centers around...

IEEE Corporate Windows 2014 ECE Career Fair

Corporate Windows is our annual event proved to the most effective channel for bring Electrical and Computer Engineering students and companies together for...

John Hancock Financial Series Workshop: Budgeting and Saving

We know being a student certainly comes with its share of expenses. It’s important to develop a plan that balances all of your financial obligations. There...

The Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Challenges of Water

Challenges centered on water form the nexus of many, and arguably most, environmental issue facing society today. Earth is a water planet, yet less than...

Soul on Fire Keynote Address by Charlotte Golar Richie

Charlotte Golar Richie, the leading minority candidate in the 2013 Boston Mayoral Race, and former State Representative of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,...

Bethany

Set during the foreclosure crisis. A poignant truth about the lengths to which one will go to protect loved ones. We aren’t as far away in time as we thought...

Wednesday, February 19