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Thursday, April 20

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...

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...

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...

RACE + IP 2017

Race + IP is an opportunity to participate in rapidly developing conversations around the topics of race and intellectual property. The conference will...

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....

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...

ECE PhD Defense: "Enabling Protocol Coexistence: Hardware-Software Codesign of Wireless Transceivers on Heterogeneous Computing Architectures," Benjamin Drozdenko

Abstract: In an increasingly interconnected world, there has been an explosion in the number of wireless devices in the Internet of Things. This recent...

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...

Service-Learning EXPO Spring 2017

The Service-Learning EXPO is a science fair-style event that highlights the scope of this semester's student scholarship, learning outcomes, faculty...

Tools for Creating Online Content and Interactions

FACULTY, STAFF, AND TEACHING ASSISTANTS ONLY. Not sure how to get started using academic technology? This course will provide you with a menu of options...

ECE PhD Defense: "Link layer Designs for Short-range Wireless Access Spanning ISM to mmWave Bands," Ramanathan Subramanian

Abstract: Design and rapid prototyping of new medium access protocols are critical to support networked systems that are progressively reaching higher data...

ECE Seminar: "Micro and NanoSystems – Challenges and Opportunities," Dr. Srinivas Tadigadapa, Pennsylvania State University

Speaker: Dr. Srinivas Tadigadapa, Pennsylvania State University Title: Micro and NanoSystems – Challenges and Opportunities Abstract: Micro- and nano-sensors...

Aaron Clauset: Researcher productivity and data-driven predictions in the science of science

The desire to predict discoveries, to have some idea, in advance, of what will be discovered, by whom, when, and where, pervades nearly all aspects of modern...

Network Science Institute: Researcher Productivity and Data-Driven Predictions in the Science of Science

Title: Researcher Productivity and Data-Driven Predictions in the Science of Science Speaker: Aaron Clauset, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer...

BIotech Entrepreneurs Bootcamp

It's that time of year again...BOOTCAMP SEASON is coming up! This spring semester, the Biotech Entrepreneurs will be hosting the second annual Biotech...

ECE PhD Defense: "Clock Distribution on Standing Wave with CMOS Active Inductor Loading," Jing Yang

Abstract: Global clock distribution design is becoming an increasingly challenge task for multi GHz microprocessors. Clock skew and jitter requirement are...

INFORMS End of Semester Party

Please join us in our end of semester get-together where we will not only serve simple lunch bite but also present what we have done in Spring 2017 semester...

Meditation with Trevor

Join us for 30 minute guided meditation sessions with Trevor!

Dissertation Defense - Liwei Zhang

Application of Statistics inSide Channel Information Leakage Analysis-Modeling, Metric, Detection Testing

Enabling Engineering Showcase

Enabling Engineering students will showcase their projects from 1 - 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 20 in the Curry Student Center indoor quad. We invite you to...

Enabling Engineering Showcase

Enabling Engineering students will showcase their projects from 1 - 3 p.m. on Thursday, April 20 in the Curry Student Center indoor quad. We invite you to...

GPRT Seminar: Frederic Fauvet (IRMA, Strasbourg Univ.)

Explicit Linearization of One-dimensional Germs through Tree Expansions.

Cybersecurity and Policy Class Session

Wondering what it would be like to pursue graduate coursework in security and resilience studies? Interested in learning more about cybersecurity? Join us...

CS Theory: Robust Statistics, Revisited

Title: Robust Statistics, Revisited Speaker: Ankur Moitra, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...

Meditation With Francisca

Every second and fourth Thursday of each month.

Meditation with Francisca

Join us for 30 minute guided meditation sessions with Francisca on the SECOND and FOURTH Thursdays of the month!

Robotics Seminar: "Modeling of Closed Chain Systems and Sensor Based Control of Robot Manipulators," Philip Long, Northeastern University

Abstract: In this talk, two subjects are studied, closed chain systems and sensor based control of robot manipulators. Closed chain systems are defined as...

Department of Physics Colloquium: Presented by Jiji Fan

Department of Physics Colloquium: Exploring the dark world Jiji Fan Host: Jim Halverson Thursday, April 20, 2017 114 Dana Research...

Barrs Lecture: "Senecan Inwardness and the Staging of Race in Titus Andronicus and Othello"

Curtis Perry, Professor of English and Classics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Rainbow Graduation 2017

Join us to honor our graduates and celebrate our community! This annual celebration showcases LGBTQA students and graduates as well as reflects on the year...

16th Annual Educate Your Palate

Thursday April 20 @ International Village 6:00PM–8:00PM Educate Your Palate = upscale menus, transformed dining room into new ambiance and unique dining...

Break Into Tech Seminar

Join us for a free class to test out computer science as a career - even if it is not your background....for FREE. Northeastern University’s Break Into Tech...

New York Regional Alumni/ae Chapter Reception

Please join Dean Jeremy Paul and the New York Regional Alumni/ae Chapter for a cocktail and networking reception on Thursday, April 20th from 6:30 to 8:30...

Putting Computer Vision to Work

Computer vision algorithms enable augmented and virtual reality platforms to provide computers information about our environments. This allows applications...

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