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Join the entire CAMD community for interACTIONS, a PechaKucha-style event featuring short presentations from students and faculty about their work.



Suzanne Charles presents Teardown and McMansions in Post-War Suburbia.

Blake Coren explores the possibilities of new timber technologies in her proposal for a mixed-use redevelopment in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

Art + Design

Dietmar Offenhuber

Laura Marelic will present a new student-run creative services studio that aims to support the NU community with design strategy, branding and identity, user experience, and web development.

Communication Studies

Heidi Kevoe-Feldman will present on the interaction between police and citizens.

Elisabeth Fiumara will outline her image restoration plan for FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association).

Game Design

Susan Gold will discuss Global Game Jam, an international hackathon focused on game development that she co-founded.

Duncan Macleod and Christian Germano will share their senior capstone game “Minutes to Midnight,” in which the player assumes the role of a democratically elected leader grappling with an international crisis.


Jim Ross examines how Jews are portrayed in popular books and blogs in China.

Anthony Gulizia discusses Journalism at Northeastern and his experiences as a sports reporter.

Media and Screen Studies

Alessandra Renzi will introduce her research on how the structure and networks of social media platforms shape practices and notions of participation and collaboration.


Andrew Mall presents his study on Christian popular music: mainstreams, niche markets and fields of cultural production.

Joey Lafyatis will present about Green Line Records.


Jonathan Carr and Paula Ries will co-present on how they use costume design to reflect characters and their place in the world.