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Wednesday, January 24

"What Happens When there is no Rule of Law? Historical Examples: Symptoms, Effects, Rule of Law Under Authoritarian Regimes" — Myra Kraft Open Classroom

Speakers: Jeffrey Burds, Associate Professor of History, Northeastern University Margaret Woo, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Research and...

65-80 Year Olds Needed for Exercise & Brain Health Study

Are you between 65-80 and looking to become more active? Are you able to walk with no pain or assistive device (ex., cane, walker, scooter)? If so, you may...

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? ...

Students needed for VR research study!

The Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality (ReGame-VR) lab at Northeastern University is looking for students aged 18-28 years without virtual reality...

Study on How People Perceive Others

Earn $15 in a study that investigates how people make judgments of other people. Watch short videos, make judgments about the person in each, and provide...

Calling all Infants!!

Research study looking at infants who are 3 months old to look at suck, feeding and vocal development. We will come to your home at your convenience and...

Undergraduate men needed for health study in the Applied Psychology lab!

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

International Computers, Privacy and Data Protection (CPDP) conference,

The School of Law's Center for Law, Innovation and Creativity (CLIC) is proud to be an official sponsor of the 11th annual Computers, Privacy and Data...

Research Study looking for Couples!

Volunteers needed to participate in a study to evaluate technology designed to help couples improve their communication skills. It takes one hour and...

BioE Seminar: Douglas Brownfield, Ph.D.

Douglas Brownfield, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Stanford University “Reverse-engineering and reconstructing lung tissue with single-cell resolution” ABSTRACT:...

BioE Seminar: Douglas Brownfield, Ph.D.

Douglas Brownfield, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Stanford University “Reverse-engineering and reconstructing lung tissue with single-cell resolution” ABSTRACT:...

ChE Graduate Student Seminar: Cruz, Jiao, and Buch

ChE Graduate Students David M. Cruz, Li Jiao, and Prennali Buch present their work.

IEEE Chapter Meeting: TVision Insights

TVision Insights is the only company to measure actual eyes on screen attention, providing advertisers, agencies, and television networks with the...

IEEE Chapter Meeting: TVision Insights

TVision Insights is the only company to measure actual eyes on screen attention, providing advertisers, agencies, and television networks with the...

ChE Webinar: Industry Venture Opportunities, Prof. Thomas Webster

Please join our January session as Thomas Webster, Department Chair & Industry presents his expertise on the topic Venture Opportunities: Department of...

Chemistry Colloquia Series: Heng Zhu

Systems biology, construction of networks and pathways, transcription regulation, and pathogen-host interactions

Faculty Author Talk: Crime and Justice in America’s Safest and Most Dangerous Cities

The Library's first faculty author talk of Spring 2018 will feature Simon Singer, Northeastern Professor of Criminology and author of the award-winning book,...

Undergraduates needed for a virtual reality study in the Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality Lab!

The Rehabilitation Games and Virtual Reality (ReGame-VR) lab at Northeastern University is looking for students aged 18-28 years without virtual reality...

GPRT Seminar: Martí Lahoz (Barcelona / Paris 7)

Title: Bridgeland stability for semiorthogonal decompositions and cubic fourfolds

How can we prevent eating disorders among LGBTQ college students?

The BOLD Project (Being Ourselves, Living in Diverse bodies) is a research study about body image for LGBTQ young people. We need your opinions! Who is...

Gordon Undergraduate Engineering Leadership Boot Camp

Attention Undergraduate Middlers and Juniors in the College of Engineering at Northeastern! Sign up today for your chance to participate in the Gordon...

Traditional Study Abroad Info Session

Interested in doing a traditional study abroad? Come along to our information session hosted by a student who has studied abroad before!

How can we prevent eating disorders among LGBTQ college students?

The BOLD Project (Being Ourselves, Living in Diverse bodies) is a research study about body image for LGBTQ young people. We need your opinions! Who is...

NULife

Join the Catholic Student Association as we discuss how our faith relates to problems we face as college students today.

Wednesday, January 24