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Thursday, February 27

Vacation (All NUSL Students)

Vacation (All NUSL Students)

Master of Education Webinar

Having just an advanced degree is no longer sufficient for entry and advancement within the field of education. Employers want to see what you can do: they...

Guided Meditation with student Mar York

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

Chemical Engineering Guest Seminar

Dr. Yaakov Nahmias of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem presents a seminar talk entitled, “Development of Predictive Tools for Liver Toxicology: Micro-well...

CIVE 7400 Distinguished Seminar Series: Reginald DesRoches - Seismic Retrofit of Structures Using Shape Memory Alloys and Innovative Systems

The recent earthquakes in Japan, New Zealand, and Chile underscore the importance of developing new approaches and technologies to improve the performance of...

Master of Education Webinar

Northeastern University’s Master of Education program prepares graduates to anticipate and shape the future of next generation learning in a technology rich,...

Intro to Camerawork

This one-hour workshop will present different types of cameras and outline the basics of their operation. Spots are limited, so please RSVP to...

Caffè Italiano

Are you looking for an informal and sociable way of improving your Italian? Then you need a conversation group where you can practice speaking, meet new...

Guided Meditation with students Tania Vieira & Celina Alvarez

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...

Hora del Cafe - Spanish conversations coffee hour

Practice Spanish or learn the basics in a fun, non-judgemental environment. Coffee, tea and snacks provided.

Italian Language Caffé

Are you looking for an informal and sociable way of improving your Italian? Then you need a conversation group where you can oratice speaking, meet new...

ECE Department Seminar

"Structure and Dynamic Behaviors of Ferroelectrics/Multiferroics" Prof. Xiaoqing Pan, Department MS&E, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI Thursday...

PHYSICS COLLOQUIUM: Jian Huang

Into the Flat Land: Quantum Wigner Crystallization in Zero Magnetic Field Jian Huang Wayne State University Thursday, February 27th 2014 4:00...

Hogarth's Practical Aesthetics with Ruth Mack

Ruth Mack, Associate Professor, Department of English, University of Buffalo 2013-2014 Walter Jackson Bate Fellow, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced...

Homeland Security Launch

We are celebrating the addition of our new Master of Homeland Security and invite you to join us for our launch event! Lead faculty member Dr. Craig Gruber...

From MTV to Mecca: Kristiane Backer

Kristiane Backer started off as one of the very first presenters on MTV Europe, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Mick Jagger, Bono, and Cat Stevens. After...

Write Club Meeting

Northeastern Write Club encourages writers of all kinds to come together to share their writing in a laid-back, fun, and supportive atmosphere.

Community Ambassador Information Session

Be a leader in your community...be a community ambassador! Learn more about what it means to be a community ambassador and how to apply!

PATHWAYS TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKER SERIES “Going from lab bench to productization:   Tips and lessons learned from a first time entrepreneur”

Greg Sommer is a cofounder and the CEO of Sandstone Diagnostics, a biotech startup in Livermore CA developing clinical diagnostic instruments and test kits...

PATHWAYS TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP SPEAKER SERIES: “Going from lab bench to productization: Tips and lessons learned from a first time entrepreneur”

Greg Sommer is a cofounder and the CEO of Sandstone Diagnostics, a biotech startup in Livermore CA developing clinical diagnostic instruments and test kits...

Yoga with Jackie Myers

Following the free trial (week of Jan 13), each class will meet once a week for 10 weeks. There is a charge of $50 for students and $100 for faculty and...

Thursday, February 27