Past Events

Eat for Equity

12/05/2014

Join Human Services Organization for a benefit dinner for Unitarian Universalist Urban Ministry (UUUM). The dinner is being catered by La Familia Giorgio’s from the North End.

Service Learning EXPO

12/04/2014

The Service-Learning EXPO highlights the scope of this semesters’ student scholarship, learning outcomes, and community partnerships. The Fall 2014 EXPO will include presentations of student work and faculty community-engaged scholarship. All are welcome to attend! Current Service-Learning students as well as faculty and staff who are interested in presenting community engaged research can register to…
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Straight Expectations: What Does it Mean to be Gay Today?

12/03/2014

On December 3, 2014 at 3:00 pm in 310R Renaissance Park, WGSS and the Forum for Feminist Thought will host British journalist and author who will read from and discuss her new book Straight Expectations: What Does it Mean to be Gay Today?

Miss Representation – Documentary Screening

11/20/2014

The film explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media’s limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman.

Screening: Burning Greed

11/18/2014

A screening of Burning Greed will be held in Snell Library on Tuesday, November 18th with special guests Producer Sonia Weinhaus, Live Lobster Group and Mel King, Civil Rights Leader.

Global Careers Forum

11/12/2014

For U.S. and international students interested in working on international issues, or in the global arena, whether in the U.S. or abroad.

Paint Night

11/06/2014

On Thursday, November 6th, HSO and NU Mural club are holding a Paint Night with Christina Powell.

Screening: Mission Hill and the Miracle of Boston

11/04/2014

A screening of Mission Hill and the Miracle of Boston will be held in Snell Library on Tuesday, November 4th with special guest Carmen Pola, Boston Politician and Community Activist.

Event Canceled: Meet the Author- Mayor for a New America- Thomas M. Menino

10/30/2014

menino posterMeet The Author Former five term mayor of Boston For more information contact Jen Anderle at 617.373.2821 or j.anderle@neu.edu Co-sponsored by the NU School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, NU School of Law, NU Human Services Program, and the NU School of Criminology and Criminal Justice