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4th Annual Multicultural Mixer: Keep the Dream Alive


The Graduate Student of Color Collective is proud to present: The 4th Annual Multicultural Mixer: Keep The Dream Alive. This is the opportunity for our students, faculty, staff, and alumni of color to come together for a networking opportunity to foster and build relations with one another. As part of the Northeastern 2025 plan, it outlines…
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A Tribute to the Dream: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Thursday, January 16, 2020 2–4 p.m. East Village, 17th floor Featuring “Civil Rights in the Age of Artificial Intelligence” A conversation between President Aoun and Patricia J. Williams, University Distinguished Professor of Law and Humanities, about the escalation of unconscious biases in algorithm-driven technologies   Performances by Nor’easters Tolu Faderin and Felisha Cabral A research spotlight featuring faculty and student work at the…
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Power to Heal


POWER TO HEAL SCREENING The IHESJR along with the Social Sciences Environmental Health Research Institute and the Civil Rights Restorative Justice Project is sponsoring a viewing of the documentary, Power to Heal. This documentary is about the historic struggle to secure equal and adequate access to health care for all Americans. Central to the story is…
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No Migrant is an Island: Relational Autonomy in Israeli Immigration Law


Come join a lecture with guest lecturer, Professor Tally Kritzman-Amir in discussing relational autonomy in Israeli immigration law. Tally Kritzman-Amir is an Israel Institute Visiting Associate Professor of Sociology at Harvard University. Dr. Tally Amir is a Senior Lecturer of immigration and international law at the College of Law and Business, Israel. She will continue to…
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B.L.A.C.K and L.A.T.I.N.X Trek to U.S. District Courthouse


Tour some of Boston’s top organizations and explore your career options! Join us as we take a peek inside the U.S. District Courthouse to learn more about the opportunities that may be available to students! The Trek to the U.S. District Courthouse will take place on November 1st from 1 – 4 PM. The application…
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DIVERSEcon: Diversity in Economics


On Wednesday, October 30, 2019 from 4:30 – 5:30pm in 909 Renaissance Park, a panel of six professional economists will come and share their career trajectories, the types of work they do in their current jobs, and what opportunities are available to economics graduates at the Bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. levels.  In sharing their career trajectory we hope to…
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Where Do We Go From Here? A Conversation Between the Granddaughter of a Holocaust Survivor and the Granddaughter of an SS Officer


On October 29, novelist Rachel Kadish and memoirist Julie Lindahl will join us for “Where Do We Go From Here? A Conversation between the Granddaughter of a Holocaust Survivor, and the Granddaughter of an SS Officer.” The event is part of the series of podcasts and speaking engagements Kadish and Lindahl cofounded, called “Voices Between: Stories Against Extremism,” in which they pair up…
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Reach(OUT) LGBTQA+ Career Conference

10/25/2019 - 10/26/2019

This annual event focuses on the perspectives and concerns of queer, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender non-conforming, non-binary, intersex, and asexual students in preparation for co-op, internships, and professional life beyond campus. Students have the opportunity to hear from alumni and professionals in various industries about topics such as navigating microaggressions, corporate culture, gender presentation, etc….
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