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Friday, April 21

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...

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...

Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival

The Seattle Cherry Blossom & Japanese Cultural Festival is a weekend-long celebration of Japanese and Japanese-American culture. The Festival was initiated...

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...

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...

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...

Digital Storytelling

FACULTY, STAFF, AND TEACHING ASSISTANTS ONLY. Learn how to compose video-based stories and explore some of the software for creating them. REGISTRATION IS...

MIE Seminar Series Speaker: Professor Brian Denton, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Robust Medical Treatment Decisions - An Application to Type 2 Diabetes

Abstract Medical treatment decisions, such as glycemic control for patients with type 2 diabetes, involve complex tradeoffs between the risks and the...

ECE PhD Defense: "Micro and Nano Electromechanical Systems for Near-Zero Power Infrared Detection," Zhenyun Qian

Abstract: Light is one of the most important tools for human beings to probe and sense the physical world. Infrared (IR) radiation located in longer...

Meditation with Kaylo

Join us for 30 minute guided meditation sessions with Kaylo!

Advanced Storyline

FACULTY, STAFF, AND TEACHING ASSISTANTS ONLY. This course builds on the Introduction to Storyline class, exploring features that help you create a more...

Build Your Own Online Lab with Volunteer Science

This workshop will demonstrate how online studies are conducted, demo the Volunteer Science system, and provide hands-on guidance to help researchers get...

Friday, April 21