Northeastern is committed to elevating the university’s international presence and strengthening its worldwide community. To succeed we need you and other alumni around the globe to connect, unite, and assist with this international initiative. This successful international alumni chapter program provides you with a vital connection to Northeastern University and your fellow Huskies.
Through the international alumni chapter program, Northeastern graduates can partake in a variety of programming including networking events, family gatherings, and events with visiting faculty, staff, students and prospective students. Each of the chapters have its own dedicated Web page with a list of upcoming events, recaps of past events, photo galleries, contact information, and a survey.
If you would like to learn how to become an International Alumni Delegate or to get involved with your local chapter, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations at email@example.com.
Northeastern Alumni Map
Below is a map of our alumni around the globe, including International Alumni Chapter, International Delegates, and events.
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Visit the chapter Web sites below for more information.
International Alumni Delegates
Our goal is to have an Alumni Chapter in every country an alum calls home, and the International Alumni Delegates program is the perfect starting off point. This program plays an essential role in ensuring that our many alumni, students, prospective students, parents, and friends living and working abroad remain connected to Northeastern University. This exciting initiative is a clear demonstration of the university’s efforts to enhance its international presence and strengthen its worldwide community.
For more information about the International Alumni Delegates Program, to find out who your Delegate is, or to become a Delegate yourself, please visit the International Alumni Delegates page.
Friday, October 16, 2015
Northeastern's Thailand Community Reception
You are cordially invited to the residence of David Nardone, an DMSB’79 alum for a networking reception with William Harrold, Executive Director of International Advancement at Northeastern University.