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Wednesday, November 14

18-30 year old Participate in an Online Research Survey on Health!

Enter a raffle: win one of two $100 gift cards! Go to: https://tinyurl.com/InternationalBodyImage For more information...

18-35 year old female NU students: Participate in a study on Cultural Perceptions!

Are you a female NU student (18-35 years)? Participate in a research study on Cultural Perceptions! Complete an online survey and enter a raffle for a...

8-10 year olds Needed for Exercise & Brain Health Study

Are you the parent of an 8-10 year-old child who lives in the Greater Boston area? If so, your child may be able to participate in a study investigating the...

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

Are you the parent of an 8-12 year-old child who would like to watch a video and then play some active video games? The Health Technology Lab at...

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? ...

Do you have a Vision Disorder? Participate in a NIH funded research study

Do you have a confirmed diagnosis for Macular Degeneration, or other ophthalmic condition such as Glaucoma, Optical Neuritis, Or Multiple Sclerosis. If so,...

NEW Spring course: Food security and sustainability

ENVR3150 Food Security and Sustainability Spring 2019Monday and Thursday11:45 - 1:25CRN 37617Discusses the science of sustainable agriculture and...

Psychology Department "Making Judgments of Others"

Earn $15.00 for about 90 min session, in the Psychology Department (Nightingale Hall). We are learning about how people make judgments of people whom they...

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...

Spring course: Disease Ecology

Bolster your favorite zombie theory with HARD SCIENCE! Spring 2019 | MR 9:40 - 11:15 | CRN 37786 ENVR2900 Disease Ecology This course covers the...

Spring course: Networks and Biology

Learn how networks are used to study brains, outbreaks, cities ...and so much more! Spring 2019 | M/W 2:50 - 4:30 | CRN 37785 ENVR2900 Networks and...

Spring course: Physiological Adaptations to the Environment

Bad things are happening to the planet and it’s biosphere, and we are all complicit in the cause. So you better take this course! Spring 2019 | MWR1:35 -...

Statistics Tutoring & Consulting Services

Are you are looking for one-on-one tutoring for your statistics course this semester, or needing guidance/support on the statistical analysis of a data set...

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...

Video gaming research study in the ReGame-VR lab!

NU students needed for a research study on how people learn motor skills in virtual environments. Students receive a $20 Amazon.com gift card for...

Introduction to Linux

This session will give attendees a hands-on introduction to Linux. Attendees will start a terminal from Windows or Mac, learn the following of brief shell...

COE Info Sessions

The College of Engineering holds Infomation Sessions with presentations and tours most Wednesdays during the school year starting from the Visitor's Center....

Designing a Survey for Curriculum Assessment

Share experiences, questions, and insights related to seeking feedback on curricula through surveys, from asking current students about their experience with...

IEEE Weekly Chapter Meeting

Please join us this week as we host Michelle Chang from Rue La La! This Wednesday’s talk will be given by Michelle Chang, a DevOps Engineer at Rue Gilt...

Beyond Borders: Ghana

Join the Office of Global Services (OGS), Co-op Connections and GEO for lunch and a global discussion as we explore life and culture beyond Northeastern’s...

Chemistry Colloquia Series

Dr. Bryan Shaw of Baylor University will be joining us to discuss Bi-inorganic Chemistry, Protien misfolding and Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS).

DH Open Office Hours

DH Open Office Hours are a great way for beginning and experienced researchers to share knowledge about how to use different tools, or to turn an idea into a...

Suspicious Activity

Want to learn more about learning to recognize suspicious activity in the workplace, or when you are off campus? This course expands on the pre-requisite of...

Critical Thinking in the U.S. Classrooms

Engaging in class discussion and using critical thinking skills in writing can often be difficult for non-native speakers. This workshop will give tips for...

CLIC Author Event Featuring Professor Brett Frischmann

On Wednesday, November 14, 2018, Brett Frishmann, Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics at Villanova University School...

Understanding the Meaning of Culture & Cultural Awareness

This workshop will focus on examining the word 'culture' through multiple lenses. We will discuss the meaning of culture, various cultural theories, and...

Freedom’s Cost: Children & Youth in the Black Freedom Struggle

Francoise Hamlin, Africana Studies and History, Brown University Dr. Hamlin’s project positions children and youth at the center of the postwar African...

Northeastern School of Law Application Workshop

Have questions about the grad school application process? Join Northeastern University’s representatives from the Master of Law's (LLM) and Master of Legal...

PhD Pop-Up: Networking Social and University Resource Showcase

A PhD Network Event: Come to the 2018 PhD Pop-Up as a way to make the most of the 2018 - 2019 academic year. This is a Networking Social and University...

Reception: Naturalizing Immigration exhibition

Join us for the opening reception of Naturalizing Immigration, an exhibition of text, artwork and data visualization as one of the outcomes of the 2017-18...

Introduction to Intellectual Property, Patents, and Technology Transfer Lecture with David Glass

This talk will provide a general introduction to intellectual property protection, particularly patents and the process of academic technology transfer....

How Poetry and Computing Factor into Our Future

Nick Montfort, Professor of Digital Media in Comparative Media Studies/Writing at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will be speaking at the second event...

Break Into Tech: Boston (2018)

How is computer science used to fight cancer? Determine what movie YOU would enjoy? Drive a car? Break into Tech – and learn how we use computer science to...

Interfaith Nights

featuring Dinner Dialogues, Community Building, and Special Events

Myra Kraft Open Classroom

Go inside the nation’s newsrooms as they cover the midterm elections and gear up for 2020. Led by Pulitzer Prize winning reporter and director of...

Myra Kraft Open Classroom: Newsroom Confidential—Inside the Media, Politics and Policy

Go inside the nation’s newsrooms as they cover the midterm elections and gear up for 2020. Guest speakers from political campaigns and advocacy groups will...

NUSBO Speaker Series - Siemens Create Smart Buildings Workshop

RAQUEL POWERS Senior Sales Executive, Building Automation With nearly 30 years of experience in the building controls industry, Raquel has witnessed the...

NYC Regional Alumni/ae Event

Join us for a regional New York alumni/ae event to welcome Dean James Hackney. Hors D'oeuvres and cocktails will be served in this elegant location in...

Musical Night and Refreshments

7:30pm Musical Night 8:15pm Refreshments Led by Hindu Student Leaders, and Guest Artists and Bands For more info contact: neu.vedic.vision@gmail.com

Wednesday, November 14