Comey’s Body Language Analyzed by Professor Laura Dudley
Assistant Clinical Professor of Applied Behavior Analysis Laura Dudley was asked to analyze the behavior of FBI Director James Comey during his hearing before the Senate Intelligence Committee. She describes her findings on his level of comfort, lack of partisan bias, and more.
Professor Jennie Stephens Addresses The US Withdrawal From The Paris Climate Accord
Jennie Stephens, Dean’s Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy and associate director of Northeastern’s Global Resilience Institute, explains how the decision to walk away from the accord might impact the nation’s efforts to address climate change as well as the effect it could have on America’s role as a global leader.
Associate Professor Natasha Frost on the New Federal Sentencing Policy under Jeff Sessions
Associate professor Natasha Frost, a mass incarceration expert in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, discusses the new shift towards reinstating minimum sentencing requirements under new Attorney General Jeff Sessions, as well as its potential impact on public safety and the nation’s prison population.
Jonathan Kaufman Interviewed On Credibility of Anonymous Sources in Journalism
Director of the School of Journalism and Pulitzer-prize-winning reporter and editor Jonathan Kaufman was interviewed on the nature of anonymous sources in journalism, especially with respect to recent press leaks that have brought scandal to Washington.
Professor Nadine Aubrey to Join American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Nadine Aubry elected to Nadine Aubry, dean of the College of Engineering and University Distinguished Professor, has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the society announced Wednesday. Her election to the prestigious organization places her among esteemed scientists, humanitarians, and researchers who constitute its influential membership.
Professor Fombelle on the United Airlines PR Disaster
Associate Professor and expert on service marketing at the D’Amore McKim School of Business Paul Fombelle discusses the causes of the crisis and competitor opportunities created by the recent viral video of United employees dragging a 69-year old doctor off of a plane.
Professor Marsella Presents Work On Bringing Emotion to Artificial Intelligence
Professor Stacy Marsella of the College of Computer and Information Science and the Department of Psychology delivered the 53rd annual Robert Klein Lecture on March 20th. He presented the groundbreaking interdisciplinary research he has been conducting into integrating human emotion into artificial intelligence.
Professor Serena Parekh Speaks on the Global Refugee Crisis
Serena Parekh, associate professor of philosophy, delivered a timely talk at Snell Library about the facts, figures, and fallacies of the global refugee crisis. She argued that the US has a moral obligation to help the refugees.
Professor Benjamin Hutchinson Discusses Why Dreams Are Hard to Remember
Northeastern faculty experts answer random questions in the new weekly digital series Why is that? This week, professor Benjamin Hutchinson takes on the question, “Why are dreams so hard to remember?” in a video by Benjamin Bertsch and Adam Fischer.
Director of Applied Behavioral Analysis Programs Professor Laura Dudley Discusses The Question “What is Love?”
On Valentine’s Day question what love is, whether or not they are in love, and if they aren’t, why they aren’t. While Professor Laura Dudley can’t comment on our love lives, she can explain the behavioral science behind the human emotion of love, as well as how to celebrate Valentine’s Day without a significant other.