Homecoming has something for everyone, from the sports fan and music aficionado to the political junkie and community-conscious humanitarian. Here is a day-by-day rundown of activities and events for the entire week.
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The U.S. Navy has turned to Northeastern for its expertise in digital storytelling and data analytics to identify new ways to communicate the Navy experience to millennials. Student coders, designers, and storytellers can participate in the interactive hackathon, with prizes for the winners. The deadline to sign up to participate is today.
Peter Mui, the late fashion designer, traveled the world to commission original pieces from masters of the craft of tattoo art. His wife, Jenny, recently donated much of his vast collection to Northeastern, where selected works are now on display.
Get out your calendars, because November is jam-packed with must-see campus events, from Homecoming to Global Entrepreneurship Week to the latest installment of The Future of… Here’s what’s happening.
Effective leaders inspire others and are passionate ambassadors for their organizations, says alumnus Gary Dunton. That’s why he and his wife, Lea Anne, are supporting the D’Amore-McKim School of Business with a historic gift, endowing the Dunton Family Deanship.
The Biomedical Engineering Society Diversity Award, presented this year to Srinivas Sridhar, University Distinguished Professor of Physics, Bioengineering, and Chemical Engineering. “This award recognizes the work I’ve been doing for the past 10 years, a path motivated by spreading knowledge and breaking down barriers to access of knowledge,” he said.
Walking the campus of Northeastern University you’ll find a small plaque in the shape of #homeplate commemorating the first #WorldSeries played here on what was once the Huntington Playing Grounds […]
“The most amazing thing I have ever done.” That’s how senior Christa Blomquist described her Dialogue of Civilizations program in Iceland. At Thursday’s annual dialogue fair, she was among the students and faculty who extolled the virtues of living, working, and studying in an unfamiliar country.
Learning a new language is a very personal and profound experience that can help open the doors to new cultures, says applied linguistics expert Stacey Katz Bourns. She hopes to cultivate that mindset at Northeastern.
The Department of Theatre’s latest work, a production of the play Dead Man’s Cell Phone, explores just what happens when you answer a stranger’s ringing phone. The production runs through Saturday in the Studio Theatre.