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Bouvé College of Health Sciences Diversity Grand Rounds
Join Bouvé College of Health Sciences in their first in a series of Diversity Grand Rounds. These programs aim to provide and prepare global citizens with knowledge and competencies to provide quality health care to people across race, class, sexuality, age, and gender. Diversity Grand Rounds features speakers on health care topics concerning practices and belief structures that encourage equity. Core to our purpose is upending health disparities. Co-sponsored by The Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion and Dr. Tracy Robinson-Wood, Bouvé Associate Dean of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion. ALL ARE WELCOME!
A Tribute to the Dream: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Please join President Joseph E. Aoun for "A Tribute to the Dream: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr." We’ll pay homage to the life and values of Dr. King through the power of film,...
Four things we learned about inequity in public transportation
Participants in the forum, “Closing the Gaps in a Just City,” considered ways to improve public transportation for people living in neighborhoods with limited access to reliable travel around Boston. Race is a predictor of transportation woes Change should start with...
The Racialization of Print: Media and Ideology in the Long Eighteenth Century
2018-2019 Barrs Lecture Series “The Racialization of Print: Media and Ideology in the Long Eighteenth Century” Joseph Rezek, Boston University Joseph Rezek (Associate Professor of English, Boston University) specializes in early and nineteenth-century American literature, British Romanticism, early black Atlantic...
NEU CUPSI Slam Team Qualifier
This is the second round for Northeastern's College Unions Poetry Slam Invitational (CUPSI) team. CUPSI is an international poetry slam competition where college students from all over come to compete and share poetry. This will be Northeastern's fourth year competing!...
Career Conversation: Latinx Business Owners
Interested in launching your own business? Or stepping into a leadership role as a LatinX professional? Hear from LatinX business owners about their experiences stepping into and climbing to the top of their organization. Over lunch, learn strategies on how...
Northeastern University Future Leaders
One of Northeastern’s defining qualities is that it prepares students for career success. Now Northeastern faculty and staff can also practice what the university preaches by joining Northeastern University Future Leaders, a professional development group for university employees. On Friday, the...
Northeastern names Tramaine Shaw track and field director
Northeastern named Tramaine Shaw director of the university’s track and field program on Tuesday, elevating her to head coach of both the track and field and cross country teams. Shaw, a hurdler, long-jumper, and relay racer who helped the Huskies win the...
The student’s long journey from Syria almost did not happen
Bushra Dabbagh was in a race against time. A Syrian student accepted to Northeastern’s biotechnology master’s program, she had to secure her visa in the short window before the Trump administration’s travel ban locked her out of the United States...
Handling the Boston schools desegregation case
The first case that law professor Roger Abrams ever handled was historic. Morgan v. Hennigan—better known as the Boston schools desegregation case— launched a controversial school busing program in 1974, unleashed neighborhood riots that captured national attention, and ended the systematic segregation...
Annual Health Law Lecture
Brigitte Amiri '99, Deputy Director, Reproductive Freedom Project, American Civil Liberties Union. Brigitte Amiri is a deputy director at the ACLU’s Reproductive Freedom Project. Over the past year, she’s been at the center of a national, high-profile lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s policy of...
Northeastern Appoints James Hackney as New School of Law Dean
Northeastern University has appointed a new dean of the School of Law: James Hackney, an accomplished, long-serving professor in Northeastern’s law school and who has also held key administrative roles in more than two decades at the university. Hackney, who begins...