Past Events

Asian Americans and the Model Minority Mutiny


This workshop is a collaboration between the Asian American Resource Workshop and Northeastern Crossing in honor of A/PID Heritage Month in May. We will be hosting a workshop through the Sticky Rice Project, which is our series of anti-racism workshops with an Asian American lens. 

LearnLaunch Welcome Reception for iCivics


Are you passionate about edtech and civic engagement? LearnLaunch and iCivics are teaming up to bring the edtech community together at iCivics’ new location in Inman Sq, Cambridge. Join us for games, appetizers, drinks, and conversation about how to use edtech tools like gaming to engage youth!   Please note this event is targeted towards…
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2nd Annual Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Teaching


Join the Center for Advancing Teaching and Learning through Research on Tuesday, May 3, 2016, for the Second Annual Conference for Advancing Evidence-Based Teaching as we bring together a diverse array of scholars who are committed to research into teaching and learning. ..
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Isaura’s Peace film screening and discussion


Isaura Mendes, a peace activist, shares her story about finding forgiveness and peace after acts of violence were committed on her children. Artist Daniel Callahan explores her narrative through a short film, which will be followed by Q&A

Sexual Assault: Historical Context & Current Trends


Event Description We invite you to join us to view selections from two important films on sexual bullying and assault this April for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. We will be screening UnSlut and Boys & Men Healing. Following each film, we will be hearing from panelists in the field working with survivors of sexual violence throughout the greater…
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Women’s Empowerment and International Organizations Conference


The Northeastern Gender and Development Initiative will be hosting a conference, Women’s Empowerment and International Organizations, on April 22nd, 2016. The conference will consist of two panels with speakers from international organizations, including the United Nations, the World Bank, and USAID, to address improvements that have been made to women’s economic, political, and human rights…
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Service-Learning EXPO


The Service-Learning EXPO is a science-fair-style event that highlights the scope of this semester’s student scholarship, learning outcomes, faculty research, and community partnerships. The theme this spring is ‘space galaxy,’ which symbolizes the universal partnerships we have formed this semester. We are each a star in the S-L sky!..
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