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Northeastern’s Black History Month to honor global impact of African diaspora
Northeastern University’s celebration of Black History Month will feature more than a dozen educational events, including a film screening, an art exhibit, and a walking tour of Boston’s Roxbury neighborhood. The monthlong series, which begins on Monday and was organized by...
Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE)
The Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) is at the center of Northeastern School of Law’s human rights efforts and works closely with scholars, institutions and advocates nationally and internationally to address issues of human rights and economic...
Global Citizenship Project (GCP)
Advancing the mission of Northeastern University and the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service (CSDS), the Global Citizenship Project (GCP) seeks to “educate all students for a life of fulfillment and accomplishment,” and to “create and translate knowledge to meet...
Global Experience Office (GEO)
The Global Experience Office provides students the opportunity to engage in high-quality study programs at institutions around the world, participate in award-winning dialogues and gain valuable work experience through a co-op at a global company.
Office of Global Services (OGS)
The Office of Global Services (OGS), formerly known as International Student and Scholar Institute (ISSI), is committed to being an active resource to the university’s community of international students, scholars and their families. They provide professional expertise and support from the time...
Ujima Global Leaders Program
Since 1972, the John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute at Northeastern University has provided scholarships as a means of engaging the potential of underrepresented young scholars. Since the 1960's, the Institute has not only played a significant role in supporting African-American...
Northeastern receives funding to aid in closing diversity gap in tech
Northeastern University has received funding from Pivotal Ventures, the executive office of Melinda Gates, to expand its Align program. Align focuses on closing the diversity gap in tech by giving students from any academic background the ability to earn a master’s...
Film Screening – “And the Rest is Drag…”
Presented in conjunction with An Evening with Shani Mootoo. On Wednesday March 14th there will be a Film Screening of “And the Rest is Drag…” and and “Güerita & Prietita” from 6-8PM in 10 Behrakis Hall as part of the Women Take the Reel Film Festival. View the Trailer below. Sponsored...
La Pachamama y El Pueblo Art Contest
Rethink Rubbish: What's in your trashcan? How is it contributing to our global waste problem? Join us to discuss the problem, and brainstorm solutions to dying fish and overflowing landfills. You have two hours to create something beautiful out of...
Current Politics, Economic Development, and Youth in Africa
Current Politics, Economic Development, and Youth in Africa, a talk by Pastor Toli Krua. Co-Sponsored by the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies, the Northeastern School of Law, the Northeastern African Student Organization, and the John D. O’Bryant African...
Natural Resources and Economic Development in Africa: Liberian Experience featuring Alfred Brownell
Natural Resources and Economic Development in Africa: Liberian Experience featuring Alfred Brownell Co-Sponsored by the Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies, the Northeastern School of Law, the Northeastern African Student Organization, and the John D. O’Bryant African American Institute....
Journalism student earns reporting fellowship with New York Times
Tyler Blint-Welsh’s co-ops, internships, and fellowships at newspapers across the country have prepared him for a career as a reporter. He’s written lengthy features on Maine’s public education system for the Bangor Daily News, profiled professional athletes for the Los Angeles Times, and investigated the decline of...