Amidst the dismal mood created by the COVID-19 pandemic, Northeastern University presents to its students an array of must-attend virtual events during the lockdown. The esteemed university is bringing the classroom to their students’ homes.
Hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations, this special segment will talk about the impact of COVID-19 globally, focusing on Thailand.
This Northeastern University student-led business enterprise will conduct ZOOM meetings to relay general information regarding their business as well as urge newcomers to come and join their prestigious fold.
Nancy Brown and Ann Corcoran, two long-time healthcare investors, will be in conversation with Camren Sceppa, the dean of the Bouvé College of Health Sciences, discussing the various innovations that the U.S. healthcare has seen in the past 6 months pertaining to the deadly impact of COVID-19.
Webinars will be conducted all around the semester teaching about all the resources available on the Northeastern University Archives and Special Collections.
Have a movie night with family or a date night with your better half. The virtual viewing of ‘The Croods’ is on the charts.
Brazil, so far, as some of the most number of COVID-19 cases. The Office of Alumni Relations will be in talks about this following the Thailand edition.
The formation and growth of London in the hands of diverse groups of Black people during World War II will be taught in this ZOOM lecture.
America Red Cross will be setting up blood drives.
Northeastern University has refused to let the lockdown become a reason for not imparting knowledge to their students. For the benefit of their students, they are taking the challenge in stride. Must-attend virtual events during the lockdown, like these, are on the charts in the future, as well.