Empower - The Campaign for Northeastern University


Myra Kraft Open Classroom, Fall 2020

Whatever the outcome of the November election, the President will assert a new agenda in January, one that focuses on completing unrealized tasks, or one that will bring a new Administration to Washington. Either way, discussion of public policy agenda-setting in a post-pandemic environment will require thoughtful and, at times, provocative discussions throughout this fall.

Mirroring the pandemic’s effect on just about every aspect of life, this fall’s MKOC presentations and dialogue will cover an expanse of topics: values transformation after earlier plagues, public governance, health, art and culture, race, equity, educational access, economics and small business futures, open space and design resilience, economics and financial planning, infrastructure development, housing, transportation, international relationships, politics, and public safety. We’re excited to welcome fresh voices to dialogue on these issues from multiple perspectives.

Dial-In Information


Wednesday, December 9, 2020 at 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Virtual Event

CSSH, The School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Master Calendar



Sponsoring Organization

Northeastern University School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs

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