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Wednesday, April 12

Active Video Game Study recruiting 8-12 year olds

Are you the parent of an 8-12 year-old child who - likes to play video games? - doesn’t get enough exercise? - lives in the Greater Boston area? ...

Are you interested in playing some active video games?

Are you between 18 and 25, with no physical or psychological issues that would prevent you from exercising, and living in the Greater Boston area? The...

Boston Harbor & Islands Science Symposium

Join us for a 2-day event to learn about the latest in research and monitoring of metro Boston coastal ecosystems. The event will include field trips and a...

Do you speak a language?

Are you interested in how languages work? Take a Linguistics course this Fall! Find out more about the Linguistics Program including what courses will be...

Getting ready to register for Fall 2017 courses? Try Moral Mind: The Science Underlying Ethical Decision-Making and Virtuous Character.

A new course by Psychology Professor David DeSteno, offers a scientific lens through which to analyze the mental mechanisms and processes that guide moral...

Making Judgments of Others

Earn $15 for less than 90 minutes! We are studying how people make judgments about other people whom they see on video. You will watch short videos, make...

National Student Employment Week

Appreciate Your Students ~ Appreciate Your Supervisor ~ Recognize the Contribution The National Student Employment Association has declared that the...

Northeastern University Study on Media Use among Autistic Children and Families

Dr. Meryl Alper, an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Northeastern University, is recruiting families in the Greater Boston area to take part...

Online Research Study for Black female NU students!

Are you a Black female NU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Complete two online surveys and enter a...

Research Study for Black female NU students!

Are you a Black female NU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Participate in an individual or group...

Study for Black female NU students!

Are you a Black female NU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Participate in a group interview and...

Undergraduates needed for health study in the Applied Psychology Lab!

We are recruiting undergraduate students between the ages of 18-25 to take part in a study looking at health behaviors and habits among university students....

Engineering Wednesdays

The College of Engineering holds "Engineering Wednesday" presentations and tours most Wednesdays year round starting from the Visitor's Center. This "mini"...

DO YOU HAVE KNEE PAIN? Volunteers needed for a research study at NU

Knee osteoarthritis is a leading cause of pain and disability in the population. Little is known about the lower extremity strength of individuals with knee...

SAGE Webinar: Dr. David Kriebel, P.E.

The Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the Coastal Environment (SAGE) Program invites you to a Webinar on April 12, 2017 Basic Coastal Engineering Principles:...

8:15am, 12:15pm
 
Receive $300 for a research study.

See this flyer for study information: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxXAQzJODNhray01M0xzWHlVMEk If you are interested, please email the address below....

Participate in a research study about the meaning of life and eating, exercise, & body image

Are you a NEU student (18 or older)? Participate in our research study about the meaning of life and eating, exercise, and body image! Complete an online...

Video Editing Options - From Easy to Advanced

FACULTY, STAFF, AND TEACHING ASSISTANTS ONLY. Learn what video editing options are available to you whether you are a beginner or an advanced creator of...

Engineering Wednesdays

The College of Engineering holds "Engineering Wednesday" presentations and tours most Wednesdays year round starting from the Visitor's Center. This "mini"...

IEEE Chapter Meeting - Chris Houghton from Intel/Astrometric

Join IEEE as we host Chris Houghton! Chris had a long career at Intel before moving on to run his own company, Astrometrics, which positions telescopes! Hear...

What We Have Learned from Guided Inquiries

Students on their first Co-op placement have been engaged with Guided Inquiries for two years. Co-op faculty will have the opportunity to share what they...

Fourth film in the 8th Annual Sustainability Film Series

Please join us for the screening of "Merchants of Doubt", the last film in this term's 8th Annual Sustainability Film Series. The film overviews the direct...

Chemistry Colloquia Series: Dr. David Crich

Schaap Professor of Organic Chemistry Wayne State University, Detroit, MI Department of Chemistry Tentative Topic: Development of new methods for...

Out of Line by Barbara Lynch

Join us for this Xhibition Kitchen event Free Cooking Demo and Book Signing Books are available at the event and the NU bookstore. Out of Line A Life...

SAGE Webinar: Dr. David Kriebel, P.E.

The Sustainable Adaptive Gradients in the Coastal Environment (SAGE) Program invites you to a Webinar on April 12, 2017 Basic Coastal Engineering Principles:...

Alumni Relations Hosts Screening of "She Started It"

Title: She Started It Location: Visitor Center, West Village F About the film Join us for a special screening of She Started It. This documentary follows...

Meditation with Katy

Join us for 30 minute guided meditation sessions with Katy!

Technology for Accessibility and Diverse Learning Styles

FACULTY, STAFF, AND TEACHING ASSISTANTS ONLY. In this course, you'll learn about various technologies that can be used to support the learning of students...

Embracing the Failures of Biotechnology

Carl LeBel Entrepreneur in Residence , Northeastern University Dr. Carl LeBel is the Founder of LeBel Consulting, LLC, that specializes in assisting...

Nanomed Academy and CaNCURE Nano/Bio Innovation Seminar: Embracing the Failures of Biotechnology

Embracing the Failures of Biotechnology Wednesday, April 12 at 4:00pm 121 Snell Library Carl LeBel Entrepreneur in Residence, Northeastern University Dr....

SPPUA Unveiled — Attend an informal, drop-in information session!

Join School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs faculty and staff on Wednesday, April 12, from 5 to 6 p.m. in West Village F, in the lobby outside room 20,...

She Started It: Film Screening and Reception

Join us for a special screening of She Started It. This documentary follows five passionate, trailblazing young women who strive to compete and thrive in the...

Alumni Relations Hosts Screening of "She Started It"

Title: She Started It Location: Visitor Center, West Village F About the film Join us for a special screening of She Started It. This documentary follows...

Leveraging the System to Reshape It

Myra Kraft Open Classroom -Sara Minard, Social Enterprise Institute, Northeastern University -Rachel Greenberger, Food Sol, Babson College -Maureen...

Student Life Award 2017

Hello, Student Organization Leaders! The Student Life Awards are approaching quickly, and we want to be sure you get the shine you deserve. Nominate your...

Women who Empower: She Started It Film Screening

Join us for a special screening of She Started It. This documentary follows five passionate, trailblazing young women who strive to compete and thrive in the...

Wednesday, April 12