Several graduate students are recipients of the annual awards.
For nearly two decades, Stacy Marsella has been studying the extent to which it’s possible to accurately simulate human behavior. His work, which sits squarely at the intersection of computer science and psychology, earned him the distinction of delivering this year’s Robert D. Klein Lecturer.
The moment Sarah Nelson stepped onto the Northeastern campus, she knew that the university spoke her language. A linguist with the U.S. Navy for six years, she was drawn to the university for its academic strength in her areas of interest, which are physics and geology, its co-op program, and its longtime commitment to supporting the nation’s veterans.
Psychology professor Derek Isaacowitz will be able to shift some of his research from a lab setting to volunteers’ homes using a $1M grant from Velux Stiftung.
Northeastern hosted some 250 area high school students last week for the Boston High School Marine Science Symposium. The experience, said the symposium coordinator, stays with the young participants “long after the event is over.”
Derek Isaacowitz, Professor of Psychology, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about his research at Northeastern University.
Hua Zhao, an MS in Applied Mathematics candidate, sits down with the College of Science Graduate Program staff to talk about what it’s like to study at Northeastern University.
190 Massachusetts high school students participated in Biotech Futures, a college and career exploration event that exposes students to the educational opportunities and diverse fields of study in the life sciences at the college level through hands-on laboratory experiences and campus tours.
Psychology professor John Coley discusses memory and cognition in relation to President Donald Trump and Secretary Ben Carson.
Lisa Feldman Barrett’s newest book “How Emotions Are Made” challenges many longheld beliefs of how the brain constructs emotions.