Egan Research Center
120 Forsyth Street, Boston, MA, Boston
The Egan Research Center houses the Raytheon Ampitheatre and two smaller venues, conference rooms 340 and 440.
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Philip N. Backstrom, Jr. Survivor Lecture Series 1/28 4:30pm
Talking with Grandma Featuring Irene Selig and her grandson, Elijah Botkin (COS'15), who will discuss Irene's Holocaust experiences and this generation's...
Northeastern Holocaust Commemoration 1/29 7:30am
The Closed Town: Poetry from Terezin Elijah Botkin, Gideon Klein Scholar Jews in the Catskills during and after the Holocaust Phil Brown, University...
Bill Giessen Film Series 1/29 2:00pm
"Four Seasons Lodge" (97 Minutes) Film viewing and discussion with a producer of the film, Matt Lavine. Discussion will be moderated by Phil Brown,...
Our Neighbors' Faiths: Stories of... 2/4 5:30pm
Keynotes and reception with interfaith leadership fellows: Rabbi Or Rose, Dr. Jennifer Peace, & Professor Celene Ayat Ibrahim-Lizzio of Andover Newton and...
Alumni/ae Association Board Meeting 6/2 5:45pm
Meeting of the NUSL Alumni/ae Association 2014-2015 Board of Directors.
Linguistics Poster Presentations 12/3/2014
Funding A to VC 11/20/2014
IP for Your Venture 11/20/2014
Diana Novakovic left a positive review 10/20/2014
Very interesting. Great discussion afterwards !!! Hope you will have more events on Jewish studies.
Ding Luo left a positive review 10/1/2014
It was great!
Jefferson Cardoso left a positive review 4/8/2014
Simply outstanding. As a Brazilian Fulbright Visiting Researcher and Physical Therapist in the Dep. of Physical Therapy, Movement, and Rehabilitation Sciences, I could not have a better start at NEU. Congratulations and hope to have a possible chat with her about to some research in this area. Prof. Jefferson R. Cardoso, PT, PhD.
Eric Howard left a positive review 5/8/2013
The program worked well, but the pre-program advertising could have been better.
Cindy Curran left a positive review 11/15/2012
everyone on the panel was great to listent to. their knowledge within their fields and how it relates to climate change was awesome.