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Monday, September 18

8-12 year olds needed for an active video gaming study

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? ...

Calling all Infants.....

The Speech and Neurodevelopment Lab has two exciting research studies underway: one for infants 0-6 months and another for 6-12 month olds. Please email...

Getting ready for Fall 2017? Try "Seminar in Cognition: Intuitive Theories, Scientific Theories, and How We Understand the World"

As modern human beings, our understanding of the world is shaped by a complex interaction between what we learn via the institutions of formal education and...

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...

NU-Seattle Career Week

Check out our menu of workshops and events to help you prepare and go into the Career Fair (Sept 25th), polished and professional. New students are...

Research Assistants Recruitment at the Health Tech Lab

The Health Tech Lab is currently recruiting RAs for several upcoming projects. Ideally, we would like to look for applicants who have had experience...

Research Study for Black females (18-35 years)!

Are you a Black female (18-35 years)? Participate in our research study about cultural perceptions! Participate in an individual or group interview and...

Statistics Tutoring & Consulting Services

I offer statistics tutoring and consulting services to any undergraduate or graduate students. I charge on an hourly basis. I am flexible in terms of...

Study on How People Perceive Others

The Social Interaction Lab in the Psychology Department (COS) is recruiting participants for a study on how people perceive others. The study will require...

Chinese Speakers Needed!

The Phonology and Reading Lab at NEU is seeking native Chinese speakers to take part in an experiment on the perception of language. The experiment is...

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...

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...

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, & body image! Complete an online...

Undergraduates needed for health behaviors study

Undergraduates needed for healthy study add in the Applied Psychology Lab! We are recruiting undergraduate students between the ages of 18-25 to take...

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....

Seattle Campus: Career Week

Title: Career Week Location: Northeastern University – Seattle Campus, 225 Terry Avenue North, 3rd Floor, Suite #300, Seattle, Washington...

Biology Colloquia Series: Dr. Win Chai

Prof. Win Chai of Northeastern University, Department of Biology presents: Biofilm formation and biological control by bacillus...

Discovering Jesus: The Gospel of John

A lunch time manuscript study open to all Faculty, Staff and Students. We will be "Discovering Jesus" through the lens of the Gospel of John. Bring...

GASC Seminar "More About the Supersymmetric Residue Theorem" by Chris Beasley (Northeastern)

Abstract: The Euler class of a real vector bundle V over a smooth manifold M can famously be described by a finite-dimensional supersymmetric integral, which...

How Cities Work: Experiencing Urban Infrastructure (For engineering and non-engineering majors)

Do you really know how our cities work? Why are they designed as they are? Have you ever thought how you have drinking water at home or how the food you eat...

ERC Planning Meeting

For COE faculty to discuss (1) the National Academies report, “A New Vision for Center-Based Engineering Research”, and its implications on center planning...

Network Science Institute: The Nature of Failure: Near Misses, Repeated Failures, and Their Paradoxical Benefits

Title: The Nature of Failure: Near Misses, Repeated Failures, and Their Paradoxical Benefits Speaker: Dashun Wang, Associate Professor, Kellogg School of...

Gateway Mixer

The Gateway Mixer is a free outdoor networking event for students, faculty, staff, and local residents to build and bridge community under the setting sun in...

Enabling Engineering Kickoff Meeting

Monday, September 18 at 6pm in 103 Churchill Hall Enabling Engineering is a student organization that designs and builds devices to improve the lives of...

oSTEM@NEU Welcome Meeting & Mixer

Come meet other LGBTQIA+ folks in STEM fields and see what oSTEM@NEU is all about!

AIAA@NEU First General Meeting

AIAA@NEU's first general meeting will be held on September 18th, 7:30PM at 200 Richards Hall. Come and hear about exciting new projects, talk to leads, and...

Musical meditations and spiritual discussions

Most of the problems in the world today can be traced to lack of values at an individual or at a collective level. There is a great need for imbibing a...

Monday, September 18