A group of UConn’s McNair scholars toured Northeastern and visited with faculty as they prepare to apply to PhD programs in the upcoming year.
A photographic look at Northeastern’s Marine Science Center (MSC) in Nahant, Massachusetts portrays the sights, the seas, and the science happening in and around this very active marine research facility. Check it out here.
Two incoming PhD students have been awarded prestigious National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships to conduct their research at the Marine Science Center in Nahant.
Recent graduate Emily Snead has used her unique and worldly Northeastern experience to guide her career path, and her hard work has earned her the Women Builders Council 2017 Next Generation of Women Builders Award.
At Northeastern, Amina Ly has applied data analytics to pressing global challenges through research projects and co-op experiences. She recently received a prestigious Udall Scholarship, and is now abroad on a Dialogue of Civilizations program exploring the science and policy issues involved in climate change.
Hannah Tam and Benjamin Moran have seized myriad opportunities to engage in undergraduate research at Northeastern, both on campus and on co-op. Now they share the distinction of receiving the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship.
The Massachusetts Promise Fellowship has sponsored an AmeriCorps member to work with the Northeastern University Marine Science Center’s Beach Sisters program.
We are very excited to share these and congratulate all of the winners.
A panel of stakeholders, including U.S. congressmen and university researchers, discussed the threats facing coastal communities and the best practices for keeping them secure.
Northeastern research professor Daniel Distel and his colleagues have discovered a dark slithering creature four feet long that dwells in the foul mud of a remote lagoon in the Philippines. They say studying the giant shipworm could add to our understanding of how bacteria cause infections and, in turn, how we might adapt to tolerate—and even benefit from—them.