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Tuesday, October 12

Networking begins at 11:30am. Talk begins at 12pm.

The invention of computerized Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the 1960s revolutionized how we collect, map and analyze spatial data and understand...

11:30am
Virtual Event

Start your fall 2021 research off on the right foot with Northeastern University Library’s series of online workshops and webinars! In this webinar, learn...

Learn how to use Zotero to increase your efficiency. Zotero is a free, open-source tool that lets you quickly create bibliographies and in-text citations in...

12pm
Virtual Event

Do you find yourself losing track of how you’re spending your time? Do you sometimes face indecision or anxiety when it comes to defining which task should...

2pm
Virtual Event

The ALLIED (Allies for Leading, Learning, Inclusion, and Education of Disabilities) Project at Northeastern University is working to open discussions and...

This unique, interactive 7-part open seminar (attend one or all!) will feature guest speakers that explore the challenges and opportunities for implementing...

The fifth installment of this pop-up seminar series explores supporting sustainable food production and promoting healthy eating. This week features...

The Vinod Sahney Distinguished Lecture Series on Health Systems Innovation welcomes Paul Biddinger, Chief Preparedness and Continuity Officer at Mass General...

The emerging interdisciplinary field of critical disaster studies takes as a starting point that considering something a disaster is a subjective and...

On October 12, Northeastern in Seattle will be hosting a virtual session about the ways that our graduate students gain real-world experience throughout...

Come do some DIY arts and crafts with us! Join us in the Reflection Room, all materials and snacks provided, no experience required!

In this Inside the Honors Studio series, open to all, you will use Transcendent Kingdom and the poem We Wear the Masks by Paul Laurence Dunbar as you work to...

The spark for Gyasi’s novel was a visit to a Stanford University lab where a friend worked; it was not intended as a research trip. It began as a short story...

Tuesday, October 12