Northeastern’s School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs Unveiled
Posted on January 28th, 2016
Starting February 10, join faculty and staff on Wednesdays from 5 to 6 p.m. in West Village F, room 114, in our Boston campus for a free drop-in information session before our Myra Kraft Open Classroom, a free seminar series examining the future of Boston that is open to students, staff, and the general public.
- 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 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.
Stick around after the information session to participate in our Open Classroom. Spurred by the city of Boston’s Imagine Boston 2030 initiative, which is developing Boston’s first comprehensive master plan since 1965, the series is focused on “Shaping Boston’s Future: Aspirations, Opportunities, and Challenges.” Speakers include several city officials and consultants working on the Imagine Boston 2030 initiative and related city initiatives focusing on such issues as housing, transportation, and the arts as well as notable civic leaders, local scholars, and state officials.