Information session at Northeastern University’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs
Posted on March 10th, 2016
Join faculty and staff on Wednesday, March 16, from 5 to 6 p.m. in West Village F, outside of room 20, in Northeastern University’s Boston campus for a free drop-in information session before the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs’ Myra Kraft Open Classroom, a free seminar series examining the future of Boston that is open to students, staff, and the general public. Stick around afterwards to hear a discussion on “Creating a Resilient, Just, and Sustainable City.” Guest speakers include Atyia Martin, city of Boston chief resilience officer; Cassandria Campbell, co-founder of Fresh Food Generation; and Bill Wallczak, resident and chief executive officer of the South End Community Health Center.
What to expect:
- Find out about our interdisciplinary graduate programs in Public Administration, Urban and Regional Policy, Public Policy, International Affairs, and Urban Informatics.
- Discover our graduate certificate offerings, including Urban Informatics, Data Science, Urban Studies, Policy Analysis, and Nonprofit Sector, Philanthropy and Social Change.
- Learn more about our cutting-edge research centers and labs, international exchange program, and experiential learning opportunities.
- Meet faculty and staff.
A professional degree from Northeastern University opens new doors to rewarding opportunities and professional networks. Our programs teach new practices and cutting-edge knowledge in their respective fields. For more information, visit the School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs’ website.