Do you have a health or science background and are interested in learning more about the regulatory affairs industry? Next Thursday, Northeastern University – Seattle will host a roundtable discussion on “Leading in the Field of Regulatory Affairs” led by Senior Fellow and Professor Eric Kupferberg, PhD. Dr. Kupferberg teaches in the areas of health care markets, health care policy, FDA culture and behavior, the business of biotechnology, and international biomedical topics. Join us as Dr. Kupferberg leads a discussion on the role of regulatory affairs professionals in a medical product’s lifecycle—responsibilities include regulatory compliance and the preparation of submissions, project management, and market awareness. Also, learn how students enrolled in Northeastern University’s Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs for Drugs, Biologics, and Medical Devices are preparing for the field of regulatory affairs through opportunities such as co-op internships and career placement assistance.
Thursday, June 13, 2013
12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Lunch will be served
Northeastern University – Seattle Campus
401 Terry Ave. North
Seattle, WA 98109
(In South Lake Union)
Suggested parking is at the 321 Terry Ave N and 320 Westlake garages, which can be accessed from between Harrison St and Thomas St. Validation is available.
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Please join us to learn more about Northeastern University – Seattle’s online and hybrid graduate programs.
Parking and Directions:
Street and off-street parking available.
Suggested parking is at the 321 Terry Ave N and 320 Westlake garages, which can be accessed from between Harrison St and Thomas St. They have competitive hourly rates M-F, in addition to $2 nights and weekends. Their Pricing.
Metro: 26, 28, 40
South Lake Union Streetcar Stop: Terry & Thomas or Terry & Mercer
Join us for a virtual information session to learn more about the professional Master of Science programs – Energy Systems and Engineering Management. You will have the opportunity to hear about Northeastern University’s College of Engineering, meet program directors and alumni, find out about the available study formats and admissions requirements.
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Thursday, June 20, 2013
9 AM – 10 AM Pacific Daylight Time
(12 PM – 1 PM Eastern Daylight Time)
Thursday, July 18, 2013
11 AM – 12 PM Pacific Daylight Time
(2 PM – 3 PM Eastern Daylight Time)
Are you interested in computer science, but don’t have an academic background in the field? Come to our special Computer Science ALIGN Program Information Session! Attendees will have the opportunity to meet The College of Computer and Information Science Assistant Dean of Graduate Programs as well as Seattle Graduate Campus Academic and Admissions advisors.
The Computer Science ALIGN Program: An Accelerated Link to Industry through Graduate education & the Northeastern Network is an exciting new graduate program available for students with a broad range of quantitative undergraduate degrees. In Fall 2013, the inaugural cohort of The Computer Science ALIGN Program will embark on a life-changing journey to earn their Master of Science in Computer Science and gain relevant work experience at our graduate campus in Seattle.
Through this innovative program, students will pursue a custom curriculum specifically designed to leverage their existing quantitative aptitude to transition into lucrative careers as Computer Science professionals.
Wednesday, April 24th
5 PM to 6 PM
Northeastern University Seattle
401 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
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