Empower - The Campaign for Northeastern University

Calendar

Events

Thursday, February 1

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? ...

Love Boston and United Somali Youth

Seeking volunteers to tutor Somali youth United Somali Youth runs a local after school program for Roxbury youthSeeking Northeastern Tutors to help Somali...

Meditate with CSDS

All meditations are held in the Sacred SpaceMonday through Friday sessions run from 1/16-4/19Sunday series (45 min of yogs and 30 min of meditation) begins...

Seeking Community and Social Justice Work?

Quaker Voluntary Service is a year-long service program for young adults. Participants work full-time in professional positions at community-based...

Statistics Tutoring & Consulting Services

If you are looking for one-on-one tutoring to excel in your statistics course this semester, or needing guidance/support on the statistical analysis of a...

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...

Defense Announcement: Sensor Side-Channel Attacks on User Privacy: Analysis and Mitigation

Title: Sensor Side-Channel Attacks on User Privacy: Analysis and Mitigation Speaker: Sashank Narain, PhD Candidate, College of Computer and Information...

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...

ECE MS Thesis Defense: "Implementation of a Shared Control System for Brain-controlled Wheelchair Navigation," Rui Luo

Abstract: Individuals with physical disabilities continue to rely on electric wheelchairs and personalized human-machine interfaces for their mobility. Even...

ECE Seminar: "Computing on Graphs with Near Real-time Efficiency," Dr. Omer Khan, University of Connecticut

Speaker: Dr. Omer Khan, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut Title: Computing on Graphs with Near Real-time Efficiency Abstract: Computing has...

Spring 2018 Engineering & Technology Career Fair

Northeastern students are invited to attend the Engineering and Technology Career Fair and meet and network with employers from diverse industries. Explore...

Chocolate & Cheese Tasting

Join us for this Xhibition Kitchen event Free Tasting and Discussion Chocolate & Cheese Tasting An afternoon of chocolates and cheeses with Adam...

From Ayón to Zombies: A Look at Cuban Culture

Join Professor Alan West-Durán for a look inside his newest book, Cuba: A Cultural History.

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...

Hora del cafe - conversational Spanish

Los jueves tendremos nuestra reunion de Hora del Café en el Centro Cultural Latino de 3-4pm. Vengan a practicar español y beber un delicioso café. Todos los...

Department of Physics Colloquium: Presented by Matthew Schwartz

Department of Physics Colloquium: Modern Machine Learning and the Large Hadron Collider Matthew Schwartz Harvard University Host: Amin Abou...

Physics Colloquium

Speaker: Matthew Schwartz Affiliation: Harvard University Host: Graduate Student Amin Abou Ibrahim

Fighting for Immigrant Justice

REGISTER HERE: http://attend.com/ImmigrationClinic2018 Immigrant Justice Clinic Launch and Kick Off Celebration Join us to celebrate the launch of the...

1st Thursday - Birthday Bash

On February 1st we are celebrating 10 years of 1st Thursday at Northeastern. This popular campus tradition has had over 60 themes and over 2,000 attendees....

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...

Seattle Campus 5 Year Anniversary

Please join us for this milestone event for Northeastern University's campus in Seattle! We've grown significantly since our launch in 2013, and we haven't...

Explore English and Writing at NU!

Meet current English majors, and English and Writing minors, learn about upcoming courses, and discuss the English major and ways a minor in Writing or...

Ravos Quartet Performance

New England Conservatory’s (NEC) Ravos Quartet will hold a performance and “open” rehearsal on Thursday, February 1, 2018, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, at...

Resume and LinkedIn Workshop wih Headshots

Interested in updating your resume and LinkedIn so they are attractive to potential employers? Come to our workshop and learn how to gear your career profile...

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...

Men's basketball vs. College of Charleston

Come watch the Northeastern men’s basketball team take on the College of Charleston Cougars.

Weathering the Storm: Building Resilience to Extreme Precipitation

What should communities do to become more resilient to storms and extreme precipitation events like Sandy, Maria, and Irma? Consider the perspectives of...

Global Graduate Christian Fellowship (GGCF)

This semester we will be digging into Living Crazy Love a study by Francis Chan. GGCF is a small group supported by the NU InterVarsity MultiEthnic...

Thursday, February 1