The Lead Dog program provides you with the chance to stay connected to Northeastern through educational and social events designed for alumni in your workplace. The program allows you to meet fellow alumni and students on co-op working in your organization, and occasionally mingle with members of other Lead Dog organizations. It also represents a great way to reconnect with your alma mater as you increase your networking connections and boost the recognition of your company throughout the Northeastern community.
Northeastern's momentum is at an all-time high; with a number of alumni and co-op students at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), there is not a better time to become a part of the Lead Dog program at your organization. Make your make today by helping to plan or simply attend events at MGH and on the Northeastern campus. Get involved today, and Go Huskies!
If you would like to plan events for the Massachusetts General Hospital Lead Dog group, please contact Molly Cole at 617.373.3187 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Insights, A Faculty Lecture Series: Annoying Orange and the Professionalization of YouTube
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
Joanne Morreale, Associate Professor, Department of Communications Studies, College of Arts, Media and Design
Red Sox vs. Milwaukee Brewers Pre-game Gathering and Game
Friday, June 17, 2011
Huskies from the Lead Dog program gathered at the Alumni Center to mingle and network before heading over to Fenway Park to watch an interleague showdown between the Red Sox and Milwaukee Brewers!
MGH Lead Dog Social Gathering
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
Alumni and co-op students working at MGH kickoffed St. Patrick's Day early at the Harp. They caught up with old friends and colleagues, while enjoying hors d'oeuvres and cocktails!
Continuing Education Credit Opportunity for Employees in the Partners HealthCare Network!
Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Alumni and friends from the Partners Healthcare network gathered at the Holiday Inn at Beacon Hill for a knowledge based continuing nursing education program.
Presenter: Carole Kenner, PhD, RNC-NIC, FAAN; Dean and Professor, School of Nursing; Associate Dean, Bouvé College of Health Sciences
Topic: IOM & Radical Transformation In Education: An Opportunity for Collaboration Between Practice and Academia
This program was co-sponsored with Bouvé College of Health Sciences, School of Nursing.
Big Dog 5K
Saturday, September 18, 2010
This year, Lead Dog employees enjoyed exclusive benefits at the 3rd Annual Big Dog 5K along the Charles River. They met and mingled with alumni from Brown Brothers Harriman, EMC, and John Hancock in a special area before the race.
Insights - Personal Health Advocates
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
Alumni and friends enjoyed a sit-down dinner while engaging in an intellectual discussion with Professor Timothy Bickmore about the research models that examine a variety of patient-provider interactions, including wellness promotion, self-care education at hospital discharge, and the promotion of at-home medication adherence. Following the presentation and dinner, alumni and friends took part in a networking dessert reception.
For more information on Insights, visit the the Insights Webpage.
Calling all Huskies - at Husky FanFest!
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Alumni and friends from MGH gathered with fellow Huskies at the Northeastern University Alumni Center for entertainment for all ages including a face painter, interactive games, and pictures with Paws as they geared up to cheer on the men's hockey team as they took on Boston University at Matthews Arena.
Continuing Education Credit Opportunity for Employees at MGH
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Alumni and friends working at MGH participated in a knowledge-based continuing pharmacy education program at the Northeastern Alumni Center with John Devlin, Associate Professor of the School of Pharmacy, discussed his research on the Identification, Treatment and Prevention of Delirium in Hospitalized Patients.
Social Night at the Liberty Hotel
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Northeastern alumni and friends from MGH had an evening of fun and relaxation while enjoying great food and the world's most famous celebrity mug shots at the Alibi Bar and Lounge.
Health, Hospitality, and Huskies
Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Alumni gathered with fellow Huskies to network and to hear the latest alumni news and events from Jack Moynihan, MPA'93, Vice President of Alumni Relations and The Northeastern Fund, and Stephen Zoloth, Dean of Bouvé College of Health Sciences.