NU Talk 2016
Thursday, January 28 at 6:30pm
Egan Research Center, Raytheon Amphitheater 120 Forsyth Street, Boston, MA, Boston
NU Talk 2016, inspired by the internationally recognized TED Talks, will feature one student speaker from several science-oriented student organization. Come hear the most passionate speakers on campus talk about research relevant to studies being done on campus to ideas that can have worldwide impacts and implications! RSVP at our Facebook event!
Ticket cost: free (no tickets needed)
Doors open at 6:00PM so arrive early to grab a seat! Event begins at 6:30PM.
-Free food and refreshments will be provided during intermission-
Previous topics at NU Talk 2015 included:
-Epigenetics and Cancer Research
-Climate Change on Salmon Behavior and Health
-Salamander Tissue Regeneration
-Women in STEM
-Chemophobia: Fear of Chemicals
...and much more!
Scheduled speakers for NU Talk 2016 represent a wide range of clubs on campus:
-The Biology Club
-NEURONS (Northeastern University Researchers of Neuroscience)
-The Pre-med / Pre-dental Club
-The Marine Biology Club
-TERRA Society (Environmental Sciences)
-SASE (Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers)
-The American Chemical Society (NUSAACS)
-Pre-SOMA (Student Osteopathic Medical Association)
-Nu Rho Psi
-NU Science Magazine
-NEPTUN (Northeastern Program for Teaching by Undergraduates)
-PHEONX (Post High School Educational Outreach Network)
-The Biochemistry Club
Come out to Raytheon and enjoy an evening of unprecedented scientific collaboration at Northeastern!
- Event Type
Bouvé College of Health Sciences, COS, Behavioral Neuroscience, Biochemistry, Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Marine and Environmental Sciences, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Center for Drug Discovery, Marine Science Center, College of Science
- Sponsoring Organization
The College of Science
Nicholas Pontillo left a positive review 1/28/2016
Next year I suggest having the lights off in the presentation room. It would make everything look and feel cooler and we would be able to see the laser pointer better.
Vinit Joshi left a negative review 1/28/2016
I could not attend as there was no space for more students to get in.
Oliver Cervantes left a positive review 1/28/2016
I really liked this event. I hope to go next year.