Join NUImpact - An Impact Investing Initiative tonight for what should be a great discussion with a Northeastern alum on making positive impact in vulnerable areas of the world. Tagging you, Social Impact Lab!
Interested in starting a research project but not sure how to begin? Considering applying for the CSSH Undergraduate Research Initiative support? Attend this workshop next week for the answers!
The College of Social Sciences and Humanities Undergraduate Research Committee invites CSSH students to attend an informal workshop on undergraduate research. The session is designed for students who are considering undertaking a research project and want to learn more about the process and students who are preparing research. This session will be geared towards students interested in applying for the CSSH Undergraduate Research Initiative. The next URI deadline is March 15, 2018.
Pizza will be served!
Please register for this event, here: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg…
Civil rights activist and columnist Shaun King was on campus last week as Northeastern Crossing's 2nd Annual Gateway Speaker. He sat down with Professor Adam Hosein to talk about how to strategically make social change happen.
Did you hear Shaun speak? ⬇️ Comment below with the lessons that you took away from his workshop or talk.
How precarious is our energy future?
Join Shalanda Baker, an energy reform expert and a professor in the Northeastern University School of Law & School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs - Northeastern University, tomorrow evening for a lecture on this topic in the "Contemporary Issues in Security and Resilience Studies" Speaker Series.
"I'm not going to sugarcoat it. It hasn't been easy," says Brian Walker MPP'18 after his transition back to civilian life following eight years of service in the U.S. Navy.
Brian is now using his experience as inspiration to advocate for veterans' access to healthcare. He's 1 of 10 veterans nationwide to receive a 2018 VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship that will help him research and execute his action plan.
Congratulations and good luck, Brian!...
On the latest episode of What's New, Dan Cohen interviews Professor Hillary Chute about one of humanity's undervalued storytelling mediums -- comics -- and why that is the case. http://ow.ly/s04O30iapLm
These students couldn't believe what they saw. On co-op at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, they witnessed an historic moment and then sprung into action to handle logistics for what became an international news story. Read their account of the experience, here: http://ow.ly/DaK730i1gBb
Do you think that we could ever colonize Mars? Come hear some of the considerations for doing so from Marshall Brain, founder of Howstuffworks, on February 7th, part of the Theorizing the Global Future Speaker Series.
Come see the "Anthropologist on the Street" live tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. to kick off this semester's Contemporary Issues in Security and Resilience Studies Speaker Series!
Still planning your summer? Consider joining us in Seattle for our first-ever domestic Dialogue of Civilizations that will explore "The Future of Cities" through literature, environmentalism, and culture.