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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...
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Barrs Lecture: Lisa Lowe
Time: 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. Location: Raytheon Amphitheater Sponsored By: Barrs Committee (Department of English); Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies; Center for International Affairs and World Cultures; Humanities Center; College of Social Sciences and Humanities Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 617.373.4540 “Colonial Pasts and Conditional...
RENEW Retreat 2018
The Renew Retreat is a weekend-long interfaith retreat at the Warren Conference Center in Ashland, MA sponsored by the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service to promote spiritual growth, leadership skills, and global citizenship. Through workshops and large group sessions,...
A Tribute to the Dream
Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Tuesday, Jan. 16 with Northeastern’s annual event. “A Tribute to the Dream: Expressions of Race and Identity in Society” will start at noon on the 17th floor of East Village...
Shantell Martin: Artist Lecture & Reception
From designing visuals for DJs in Tokyo and collaborating with musician Kendrick Lamar, to being an artist in residence at Autodesk and the MIT Media Lab, London-native Shantell Martin is crafting a career as a global artist of our time....
Lost on campus, as colleges look abroad
One day this fall, Rachel Domond, a third-year student at Northeastern University, conducted a counting exercise that has become all too familiar for many African-American students. She sat on the red couches on the second floor of the Curry Student...
2017 PHRGE Human Rights Institute
On December 7 - 8, 2017, the Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy (PHRGE) will host its 12th annual Human Rights Institute at Northeastern University School of Law. The PHRGE Institute convenes scholars, advocates and activists to explore...
Invisible No More
A panel on Black women and police violence featuring Andrea J. Ritchie, Robyn Maynard, Simone John, and Monica James. In Invisible No More: Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color, Andrea J. Ritchie, a Black lesbian immigrant and...
International education week celebrates diversity, cultural exchange
International Education Week at Northeastern is an annual celebration of diversity and cultural exchange on campus and beyond. The Office of Global Services is hosting the program in coordination with several other university departments, including Career Services, Campus Crossroads, and the Center for...
Faculty, Staff to host International Students for Thanksgiving
Nasser Fard, associate professor of mechanical and industrial engineering at Northeastern, grew up in Iran and came to the U.S. in the 1970s to study at the University of Arizona. At Thanksgiving, faculty members would invite him into their homes for a...
Professor finds passion in Energy Justice Law
In 2009, Shalanda Baker left her job as a project finance lawyer at a big global law firm and booked a one-way ticket to Latin America. The experience shaped her career path. Today Baker is a newly appointed Northeastern professor with expertise...