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INTL: SheLEADS: Lean In To Grow- International Students and Your Journey: Past, Present, and Future
Apr 10, 2018 05:30 PM to 07:00 PM Curry Student Center, Room 340 Registration Deadline: Apr 12, 2018 11:00 PM Your journey describes your past, it got you here, but it does not control your future. Build options and build a...
Improvisation & Diasporic Memory
Time: 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM Location: Cabral Center Sponsored By: Northeastern University's Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studis Contact: Stefanie Rich (firstname.lastname@example.org) More Information: https://aliciadiazdmfa.com/ In this performative lecture, dance artist Alicia Díaz will engage in an improvised dialogue with percussionist Héctor “Coco”...
Taste of Latin America: Venezuela
Want to learn more about Venezuela? Come to AfterHours on Friday, March 16 from 11AM to 2PM!
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...
It’s Carnevale time! Come see the events our organizers have planned for Carnevale month. We’ve got games, treats, and giveaways! Take a break and have some fun!
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: email@example.com, 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,...